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Director’s Speech from “The 39 Steps” at Billings Studio Theater

Billings Studio Theater production of Alfred Hitchcock’s “The 39 Steps” (the stage play by John Buchan) needed something a little different for its pre-show speech featuring director A.J. Kalanick. Filmed by Shad A. Scott edited by Daniel Zent & Shad A. Scott, this is one of the most badass video pieces we have ever created.

theater-entranceBillings Studio Theatre 

is a studio theatre and its not-for-profit community theatre company that are located at 1500 Rimrock Road in Billings, Montana.

The first performance by the company was There’s Always Juliet in 1953. In 1963, the company decided it needed a home and moved into a church in downtown Billings. Five years later, the church became condemned and effort to build a new home began. In 1971, Billings Studio Theatre opened its doors to a new theatre located in the west part of Billings.

Currently, the company produces several plays and musicals each year. There are both children’s and adult productions and some more recent productions have included The Laramie ProjectOklahoma!12 Angry Jurors, and Wit.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billings_Studio_Theater

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