The Stagecoach Bar, a modest Jackson Hole, Wyom. watering hole affectionately known as the "Coach," has served as a crossroads of culture, experience and socio-economic status for more than 70 years. Opened during World War II, the Coach continues to welcome an eclectic and evolving cast of characters, from cowboys to millionaires, tourists to extreme athletes, drifters to musicians, disco dancers to two-steppers - both young and old. THE STAGECOACH BAR: AN AMERICAN CROSSROADS paints an intimate... [see more] portrait of this iconic roadhouse. Longtime patrons, members of the in-house band and the staff reflect on the establishment's changes over the years, from wild rodeo entertainment and legendary cowboy brawls to mellower evenings of live music and dancing.