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Sunday - July 24, 2016

Wiener-Dog

72%   R, 1 hr. 30 min., Comedy

Showtimes (click time to purchase): 12:45PM

Chronicles the life of a dog as it travels around the country, spreading comfort and joy.

Genius

49%   PG-13, 1 hr. 44 min., Drama

Showtimes (click time to purchase): 2:45PM

A chronicle of Max Perkins's time as the book editor at Scribner, where he oversaw works by Thomas Wolfe, Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald and others.

10:30 PM MOVIE ON FRIDAY, JULY 29TH!

Join us for a late-night movie on July 29th! We thought The Goonies was a great choice for a fun, late-night summer flick. If you haven't seen it, it's an action-packed comedy from 1985 about two brothers who find out they might lose their house and are desperate to find a way to keep their home. They find a treasure map and bring their band of misfit friends along to track down the treasure. While they're all out looking for the "X," they run into some serious booby-traps and a group of criminals who also want the treasure. This film is just fun. So we want to show it here at Art House! And tickets are only $5!! Come have a great Friday night, enjoying this hilarious, swashbuckling classic!

LOCAL WEB SERIES PUBLIC FUNDRAISER ON AUGUST 1st!

Come join us at the Welcome to the Big Sky Adventures fundraising event at 6 pm! The creators will be showing clips from their new web distributed comedy series and holding a Q&A with cast members and the director and producer. They’ll also be showing a short documentary on the origins of the show with exclusive behind the scenes footage.

Welcome to Big Sky Adventures tells the occasionally outrageous but always funny story of the strong-willed sisters, Hildi and Sarah Tuss, and their on-going fight for control of their family tour guide business. Come support a new comedy series set here in Billings and Roundup, and let’s get the word out!

ALTERNATIVE CONTENT NIGHT ON AUGUST 2ND!

Courtship or conquest? The breakdown of a defiant spirit or a breakthrough that liberates a heart deprived of love? From the world-renowned Stratford Festival, this scintillating production of Shakespeare’s boisterous comedy The Taming of the Shrew will stir your emotions as you follow the love story of Katherina and Petruchio – the feisty lovers at the center of Shakespeare’s most pointed social commentary. Deborah Hay gives a “performance for the ages” as the Shrew, and Ben Carlson is the perfect counterpoint as her plotting suitor, creating a chemistry that sets the stage alight.​

The Taming of the Shrew will start at 6:30 at Art House, but doors will open at 6! Tickets are $15, and champagne will be for sale!