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A little bit about us

 

Stage One Twelve is a group of writers and artists from across multiple performing art disciplines. We look for and highlight curated content from around our communities and around the world that highlight:

Theatre
Musicals
Music Performances
Comedy
Festivals

Gary Davey – Curator and web master.

Carleigh Davey – Editor in Chief.

Rose Smith – Writer

Tiffany Daniels – Writer

Whitney Currier – Writer

Why We Love the Performing Arts

1. Building Communities
Getting involved in a community theatre project is a great way to meet new people and feel a part of your local community. The theatre process offers a fantastic platform for people to develop meaningful relationships, creating an opportunity for a network of lasting friends.

2. Personal Development
There are many ways in which a community theatre project can help develop participant’s self-confidence and self-esteem. Standing on stage and performing in front of people can be daunting and it’s not easy. However in a safe environment of a theatre workshop or rehearsal, where everyone in the room feels just as awkward, embarrassment can soon disappear. Over a period of time confidence can then start to grow, as performing becomes easier and enjoyable. These are communication skills which can be transferable to peoples’ daily lives.

3. Boost your local economy (and spirit!)
Just in case you weren’t aware, times are tough financially and finding low budget activities to do & see can be a real challenge. Not only do community performance groups provide very affordable entertainment, but becoming a member could take your mind away from your recession blues. Put your money back into your community and enjoy a bit of culture at the same time. What’s not to love?

4. Learn New Skills
Theatre doesn’t have to mean acting! There are a host of ways in which people could learn different skills when working on a theatre project. Whether it’s backstage, lighting, costume design or front of house, they are just as important and just as enjoyable, which leads to the final point:

5. It’s Fun!
It really is!

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Why We Love the Performing Arts

1. Building Communities
Getting involved in a community theatre project is a great way to meet new people and feel a part of your local community. The theatre process offers a fantastic platform for people to develop meaningful relationships, creating an opportunity for a network of lasting friends.

2. Personal Development
There are many ways in which a community theatre project can help develop participant’s self-confidence and self-esteem. Standing on stage and performing in front of people can be daunting and it’s not easy. However in a safe environment of a theatre workshop or rehearsal, where everyone in the room feels just as awkward, embarrassment can soon disappear. Over a period of time confidence can then start to grow, as performing becomes easier and enjoyable. These are communication skills which can be transferable to peoples’ daily lives.

3. Boost your local economy (and spirit!)
Just in case you weren’t aware, times are tough financially and finding low budget activities to do & see can be a real challenge. Not only do community performance groups provide very affordable entertainment, but becoming a member could take your mind away from your recession blues. Put your money back into your community and enjoy a bit of culture at the same time. What’s not to love?

4. Learn New Skills
Theatre doesn’t have to mean acting! There are a host of ways in which people could learn different skills when working on a theatre project. Whether it’s backstage, lighting, costume design or front of house, they are just as important and just as enjoyable, which leads to the final point:

5. It’s Fun!
It really is!

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Who We Used to be

The Elks location in Missoula has a reborn concert venue called STAGE 112 . It was built one 12 into a four wall music machine with one goal in mind; delivering MISSOULA your favorite nationally touring & local live entertainment. We love Music, Art and Enterainment.

Electronic, HipHop, Rock, Bluegrass, Country, Jam, Funk, Stand Up Comedy, Funk, Jazz, Blues, it is all MUSIC.

Originally brought to you by Seafarer Entertainment. The driving force that brought you Zeds Dead,Bassnectar, Heartless Bastards, The Devil Makes Three, Curren$y, Lyircs Born, Chali 2na, Mimosa, Big Gigantic, Lotus, SAVOY, FIGURE, MURS, Karl Denson, The Dirty Dozen, Casey Donahew Band, Reckless Kelly, Guitar Wolf & Many More. Our organization, Stage 112 is now a curated location of all things Arts & Entertainment. Enjoy!

Why We Love the Performing Arts

1. Building Communities
Getting involved in a community theatre project is a great way to meet new people and feel a part of your local community. The theatre process offers a fantastic platform for people to develop meaningful relationships, creating an opportunity for a network of lasting friends.

2. Personal Development
There are many ways in which a community theatre project can help develop participant’s self-confidence and self-esteem. Standing on stage and performing in front of people can be daunting and it’s not easy. However in a safe environment of a theatre workshop or rehearsal, where everyone in the room feels just as awkward, embarrassment can soon disappear. Over a period of time confidence can then start to grow, as performing becomes easier and enjoyable. These are communication skills which can be transferable to peoples’ daily lives.

3. Boost your local economy (and spirit!)
Just in case you weren’t aware, times are tough financially and finding low budget activities to do & see can be a real challenge. Not only do community performance groups provide very affordable entertainment, but becoming a member could take your mind away from your recession blues. Put your money back into your community and enjoy a bit of culture at the same time. What’s not to love?

4. Learn New Skills
Theatre doesn’t have to mean acting! There are a host of ways in which people could learn different skills when working on a theatre project. Whether it’s backstage, lighting, costume design or front of house, they are just as important and just as enjoyable, which leads to the final point:

5. It’s Fun!
It really is!

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