Montana State University-Northern
Student Activities Office


Mark Twain's Diaries of Adam and EveThe Montana Repertory Theatre presents Diaries of Adam and Eve by Mark Twain and adapted for the stage by Ron Fitzgerald. Go behind the scenes with confused Adam, enthusiastic Eve, and the "bitingly" funny Snake, in their first encounters with each other and the new world around them! This uproarious comedy continues the Rep's tradition of presenting staged works by acclaimed writers to Montana students and communities.

Come see Diaries of Adam and Eve October 11th, 2013!
High Street BandThe High Street Band is a wild, crazy group of colorful zoot suited guys having a party at every gig!! Come enjoy their rendition of songs from the 1940's all the way to today's rock and pop! You'll be tapping your toes to selections such as In the Mood, Minnie the Moocher, Hey Soul Sister, Play that Funky Music, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, and other favorites from all the decades of wonderful music. Don't miss this!!

See the High Street Band October 27th, 2013!
Two on TapTwo on Tap brings audiences back in time to an era when couples like Fred and Ginger and Mickey and Judy filled the silver screen with undeniable chemistry, tight vocal harmony, and precision tap choreography. With classic songs from the Great American Songbook, fantastic vocals, gorgeous costumes, and exciting tap-dancing, Two on Tap creates a magical, one-of-a-kind show filled with variety, comedy, and plenty of Broadway-quality song and dance!

Come see Two on Tap November 11th, 2013!
Gordy PrattExpect hysterically funny comedy and mesmerizing Spanish guitar playing in Gordy Pratt's stand-up musical comedy show. Gordy's family friendly baby boomer humor is guaranteed to make you laugh, make you cry … make you laugh so hard you cry.

A veteran entertainer, extraordinary guitarist, comedy writer and published songwriter, Gordy has performed his stand-up musical comedy show for hundreds of corporations, associations and other organizations, large and small. Gordy also does a full-length concert, performed throughout the United States. He has appeared on ABC's Good Morning America and opened for Kenny Chesney, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Beach Boys and many more.

Called the "Victor Borge of the Guitar," Gordy's unique performance style brings laughter to music and music to laughter. Gordy mesmerizes audiences as he plays Bach and Bluegrass in the same breath, Mozart on "12 cups of good, strong cowboy coffee," and a foot-stomping turn of "Classical Gas."

See Gordy Pratt January 14th, 2013!
Montana Actors' TheatreYour season ticket entitles you to attend ONE of the Montana Actors' Theatre performances during their 2013-14 season!

Bad Dates September 6-21, 2013

Little Shop of Horrors October 25-November 9, 2013

Still Life with Iris December 13-28, 2013

Barefoot in the Park January 31-February 15, 2014

Ruined March 7-22, 2014

Chicago April 26-May 10, 2014

Baby with the Bathwater May 23-June 7, 2014

Youth Production (TBA) Summer 2014
Northern Showcase Concert Association

We are proud to announce our 2013-14 Concert Reciprocity Program. Along with the Northern Showcase Concert Association, Great Falls, Fort Benton, Gardiner, Helena, Malta/Sidney/Glasgow, Hobson, Lewistown & White Sulphur Springs are joining together to provide additional entertainment to their members. Individual concerts are available at a cost of $5.00 per show to Northern Showcase Concert Association members. For more information regarding this huge offer, check out the Great Falls Community Concert Association website at

2013-14 Series Brochure & Ticket Prices


The purpose of the Northern Showcase Concert Association is to promote an appreciation of the arts and provide stimulating, entertaining and educational experiences for the campus and community.


Northern Showcase is in its 32nd year of providing a performing arts series for the community of Havre. The committee responsible for Northern Showcase was originally comprised of only faculty members from Northern Montana College but has since been expanded to include college staff members, students and members of local and surrounding communities. Northern Montana College changed its name to Montana State University-Northern in July 1994.

In 2008, the Northern Showcase organization merged with the HiLine Community Concert Association (HLCA) to become the Northern Showcase Concert Association (NSCA). Members of the HLCA have joined the Northern Showcase committee. There is simply less money in our community and more demand on it, so the two organizations decided this merge was best for the future success of the fine arts in our community. Traditionally Northern Showcase has offered 3-5 performances during the academic year in the areas of theatre, dance, musical groups and/or individuals. NSCA will provide 5 performances this year as a result of the merge. NSCA has traditionally received support from the student body, private donors and season ticket sales.