Big laughs for Big Sky

Big Sky Laugh Fest brought belly laughs and a sense of normalcy

Warren Miller Performing Arts Center was alive with laughter thanks to the recent Big Sky Laugh Fest featuring comedians Kelsey Cook, Brian Simpson, Pete Lee and Missoula-raised comedian Sarah Aswell. Cook and Simpson both dealt with travel issues, which led Cook to a virtual show on Saturday and to Simpson missing Friday’s performance, though he was able to perform in-person on Saturday.

“The comedy show was intimate, witty, refreshing, and worth breaking out of the house for. Every Covid precaution was taken to ensure the audience felt safe to forget any worries and focus solely on laughing,” said Ryn Johnson, who attended the show with her boyfriend.

A few audience members also contributed their thoughts via a survey:

“It was great to laugh nonstop for an hour. I got a whole body workout and left all hyper and euphoric. Thanks for the belly laughs and sense of normalcy.”

“So happy to enjoy a show in-person at WMPAC! We felt very safe. Thank you.”

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