photo by Terry Cyr

photo by Terry Cyr

Education

Montana Repertory Theatre counts Education as one of its core values.  For hundreds of young people across the state of Montana, the Rep’s Educational OutReach production will be their first exposure to live theatre.  Additionally, Rep staff members and teaching artists are available to teach grade-appropriate theatre workshops.  For more information on getting the Rep into your school or community center, contact Teresa.Waldorf@umontana.edu.  For more information on the 2019 Educational OutReach show, click here.


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New Play Development

Montana Rep is committed to supporting new voices in American Theatre.  Three times a year, The Rep brings nationally known playwrights and directors to Missoula for new play residencies.  These residencies allow a playwright to work on a new play without the pressure of production.  The workshop process is open to students at the University of Montana and guest playwrights and directors also teach master classes.  Public readings are held at the end of the workshop residency.  For more information, click here.


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Community Theatre Grant

At the Rep, we believe that cost should never be a barrier to art.  Beginning with the 2019-2020 season, and for every show in the season, the Rep will donate a set number of tickets to local non-profits and community organizations that help underserved and underprivileged communities.  The organizations can then distribute those tickets to local Missoulians who might not otherwise be able to attend on their own.

If you’re a non-profit or community organization that is interested in taking part in our Community Ticket Grant, contact Salina Chatlain at Salina.Chatlain@montanarep.com

If you’d like to help us keep theatre free for people who can’t otherwise afford it by underwriting ticket costs, just click here.