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How The West Was Fun: Documentary Screening And Dance Party

Credit JenTen Productions

JenTen Productions documentary film on The Stagecoach Bar in Wilson, Wyoming is playing in Sheridan at the WYO Theater on May 24th at 6:30 PM. After the screening, there will be a dance party with live music from local bands The Fireants and The Dave Munsick Band.

Can't make it to the show? Wyoming Public Media's Grady Kirkpatrick will be doing a live broadcast, so all WPM listeners can tune in.

Folks can buy tickets onlinehere, over the phone at 307-672-9084 extension 100, or in person at the WYO Theater Box Office.

Ticket prices:

  • $15 Documentary and Dance
  • $10 Documentary Only
  • $6 Dance Only

The film explores the history of the long-time community "watering hole", The Stagecoach Bar in Wilson. Over the years, the lines between cultures, classes and generations have blurred as long-time locals and newcomers have gathered at at the bar to relax, tell stories and enjoy music and dance. 

The Stagecoach Bar: An American Crossroads - Coming to Public Television This Spring from Jennifer Tennican on Vimeo.

Anna Rader is the digital producer for multiple podcasts at Wyoming Public Media: the station’s award-winning flagship podcast HumaNature, PRX's Project Catapult podcast The Modern West, and Carbon Valley. She helps shape what you see on this website, along with social media outreach and branding. She is also involved with production, hosting, and programming in various areas at the station.
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