And the Wind Howls

“And the Wind Howls,” a virtual production, will be performed at 7 p.m. Oct. 21. A discussion will follow the performance. Viewers can preregister for the streaming performance at

ROCK SPRINGS — Relative Theatrics kicks off its eighth season with a theatre/film production of “And the Wind Howls” at 7 p.m. Oct. 21 virtually. This one-hour world premiere is commissioned by Relative Theatrics and the Wyoming Arts Council. A discussion will follow the performance.

In the production, Kat Tyler plays Jen, a young woman who returns to her hometown after her first year of college. She has always wanted to have a different life than her family has had but ultimately decides that Wyoming might not be so bad after all. Her best friend, Amber, played by Lea Bergman, however, cannot wait to leave. Inspired by the history of trailblazing women in Wyoming, Jen gets serious and starts creating social progress, and changing local politics.

“And the Wind Howls” focuses on a small Wyoming community and the thought-provoking questions they ask as they try to move forward.

The production is supported in part by grants from the Wyoming Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts, Wyoming Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

People can preregister, which is required for the performance, at

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