Rocky Mountain School of the Arts is once again offering a full program of summer dance classes & music camps for kids starting at age 3 and up. 2022 Summer Programs Registration is open to new and returning students. SUMMER DANCE | SUMMER MUSIC Register online by clicking the buttons above or via our studio app
Welcome to the town named after William F. Cody, better known as “Buffalo Bill”. As you will come to learn while visiting Cody, “Buffalo Bill” is famous for a lot of things, but he is most well-known for his world-renowned traveling show, “Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show”. His show traveled all over the world and […]
Rocky Mountain Dance Theatre is proud to announce the return of Randy Pacheco and Sasha Vincett as the guest artists performing the roles of the Cavalier and the Sugar Plum Fairy for this year’s 24th Annual Nutcracker Ballet. Pacheco and Vincett are both soloists for Ballet Arizona in Phoenix, Arizona. Pacheco is from Camagűey, Cuba and […]
Natalia Magnicaballi Photo Credit: Rosalie O’Connor As summer 2021 approaches, local nonprofit performing arts organization, Rocky Mountain Dance Theatre in Cody, Wyoming is once again looking forward to their Outreach Program with Intermediate and Advanced Dance Intensives. These intensives are unique to the area and provide a concentrated time for dancers to perfect different techniques […]
Spring 2021 Rocky Mountain School of the Arts in collaboration with affiliated nonprofit Rocky Mountain Dance Theatre is thrilled to be having all 3 of their annual spring performances live and in-person after they were cancelled last year due to COVID. Masterpieces of Ballet: Thursday, May 13 at 7:00 Masterpieces of Ballet is a full-length […]
Rocky Mountain School of the Arts is once again offering a full program of summer dance classes & music camps for kids starting at age 3 and up. 2021 Summer Programs Registration is open to new and returning students. SUMMER DANCE | SUMMER MUSIC Register online by clicking the buttons above or via our studio […]
Welcome to Cody, Wyoming!
Welcome to the town named after William F. Cody, better known as “Buffalo Bill”. As you will come to learn while visiting Cody, “Buffalo Bill” is famous for a lot of things, but he is most well-known for his world-renowned traveling show, “Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show”. His show traveled all over the world and today his legacy lives on through museum exhibits, reenactments, and even a live Disney show in Paris. Cody was a performer at heart so what better way to tell his amazing life story than through an entertaining, original full-length musical, performed in the very town he helped establish.
Wild West Spectacular, The Musical is not only historical but hysterical. Audience members will see history come to life with added humor as Annie Oakley, “Wild” Bill Hickok, Frank Butler, and other colorful characters of the west join Buffalo Bill’s dream to become the world’s greatest showman. From start to finish; the acting, singing, and dancing in this fun, unexpected, action-packed production has audiences returning every year.
Wild West Spectacular, The Musical is produced by Rocky Mountain Dance Theatre, a local nonprofit performing arts organization in Cody, Wyoming. Summer 2021 will mark the 6th consecutive summer season. It is a 4-time award winning "Best Wild West Show" from True West Magazine and TripAdvisor’s 2020 Travelers Choice. The season runs for six weeks during the summer months in downtown Cody, Wyoming at the Historic Cody Theatre.
Opening Wednesday, June 30 at 7:30
July 1-4 performances at 2:00
July 7- August 7 performances every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday at 7:30
The Cody Theatre; 1171 Sheridan Ave. Doors open 30 min before performances.
Tickets are $20, $12 kids 6-12; kids 5 and under are free.
Tour busses and large groups welcome; call 307-527-9973 for ticketing.
Tickets are available in advance at www.codywildwestshow.com, at the box office/Sweets Soda Pop Bar, Cody Trolley, or at the door if available.
Boys & The Arts Despite the common stereotype, The Arts is not just for girls! In fact, many people do not realize just how beneficial Arts programs can be specifically for BOYS. Creative disciplines gained by participating in programs like dance and music classes are valuable life skills for both genders but here are 3 […]
Most people traveling through Wyoming are looking for the real western deal. Visitors want to go back in time to where the west was still wild; to experience exciting history firsthand, and to be amazed in some way. William F. Cody, historical figure and showman, is iconic for bringing the Wild West to audiences all […]
Natalia Magnicaballi (Principal) was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and has been a principal dancer with The Suzanne Farrell Ballet since its conception in 1999 and with Ballet Arizona 2002-2018. A graduate of Teatro Colón, she became a principal dancer at the age of 19 with Julio Bocca’s Ballet Argentino. In Europe, she joined the Italian company Aterballetto under Mauro Bigonzetti’s direction. Her repertoire includes the lead roles in 30 Balanchine creations, the leads in the most beloved classic ballets, as well as works and premiers by Jirí Kylián, Roland Petit, Maurice Bejart, Mauro Bigonzetti, Jerome Robbins, Dwight Rhoden, Paul Mejia, Ib Andersen, Oscar Araiz, Mauricio Wainrot, Ana María Stekelman, Alberto Méndez, Christopher Wheeldon, and Alexei Ratmansky. She has toured and performed in the main houses and arena theatres in five continents including the Paris Opera Garnier and the Mariinsky Theatre. Natalia has been featured as one of Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch” and named “Best Dancer” by The Arizona Republic.
Photo Credit: ©Rosalie O’Connor Photography