On the evening of September 16th, Rotarians and their guests enjoyed a hilarious, fun-filled comedy, "Don't Dress for Dinner," presented by the Billings Studio Theatre, a volunteer-based community theater. 

For over 60 years, friends and strangers have gathered through Billings Studio Theatre to research, read, rehearse, build, sew, promote, produce, and perform in productions that have so touched the souls of their patrons that they have returned year after year to see what is next in the ever-growing slate of memorable performances.  They have built a theater that has continued to grow, stretch, and serve the needs of the community.  They strive every day to improve the community by giving back in the best artistic way they know how.

The private showing was sponsored by The Downtown Billings Rotary Club to help support the not-for-profit community organization.  Complimentary appetizers, wine, and beer were served to theatergoers.  Along with community sponsorship, the event is also part of the Rotary International Presidential Citation to hold at least two member social events per year in the interest of membership development and retention.