‘Winter Lodge Rendezvous’ shares Native humor, music, culture at Helena Avenue Theatre


This is what you can expect to enjoy at the “Winter Lodge Rendezvous” 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, at the Helena Avenue Theatre, 1319 Helena Ave.

The inspiration for the Winter Rendezvous show grew out of a conversation between singer and humorist Mike Jetty and the program producer Pamela Jamruszka Mencher, who is president of The Montana Playwrights Network.

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Native American guest artists include: Christian Takes Gun Parrish, “Supaman,” a member of the Apsaalooke Nation who combines Native culture, comedy and urban hip-hop culture; Jack Gladstone, an enrolled citizen of the Blackfeet Indian Nation, who is known throughout Montana for his music, lyric poetry and spoken word performances; Northern Plains singers and humorists Mike Jetty and Shane Doyle, who will co-host the program and are both American Indian educators; and Sapphire Ferguson Jetty, a classic Western fiddler.

Supaman performs on July 24, 2021, during the 10th Annual Red Ants Pants Music Festival in White Sulphur Springs, Montana. He combines Native culture, comedy and urban hip-hop culture

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