Missoula Children's Theatre

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Missoula Children’s Theatre co-founder Don Collins leaves ‘cultural footprint’ in Missoula and the world.

Collins is leaving a vastly larger enterprise than the one he helped found. There are 50 people on the Missoula staff, with 47 – 2 person teams set to go out this summer and work with about 65,000 children.

Missoula Children’s Theatre brings children’s theater to millions – Thank you Don Collins

"Missoula has become an all-functioning grammatical form. We become Missoula. For instance, children will refer to their performance experience as ‘doing Missoula’ or people will say ‘Missoula is coming to town.’ A lot of kids don’t even realize Missoula is a place." MCT Co-founder Don Collins

Missoula Children’s Theater spokeswoman learns about life aboard aircraft carrier firsthand

"The military is probably our biggest client," Elander says. This year, for instance, MCT will visit 45 U.S. naval installations, 14 of them overseas, to work with the children of sailors in weeklong projects funded by child and youth family programs on bases.

Missoula Children’s Theater to Receive Montana Ambassador Award from Gov. Bullock

The Missoula Children’s Theater was nominated for the award for promoting Montana on a global basis for over 40 years. During that time, it has performed in every state in the U.S. and on U.S. military bases around the world, as it works to develop life skills in children and spread the goodwill of Montana around the world.

It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, 12/14, Missoula

Bert and Ernie ride again…

It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, 12/21 & 22, Missoula

With theatergoers as the in-studio audience, Joe Martinez’s adaptation uses five actors, a sounds effects man and recorded music to bring George Bailey, Mr. Potter and the rest of Bedford Falls to life.

Missoula Children’s Theater adapts ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ for special needs audience

Front and center, Miss Montana 2012 Alexis Wineman watched the show among her peers. She came to celebrate the adaptive performance of "34th Street," which was shortened and featured lower light and sound levels to make it more comfortable for people on the autism spectrum or with sensory integration issues.

MCT’s ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ truly a community effort

MCT also is providing a special performance on Tuesday, Dec. 4, that’s adapted for those with autism spectrum disorders. Among the adjustments: light and sound levels will be lowered, and the theater lobby will have designated quiet areas with autism experts and trained volunteers.

Missoula Community Theatre Auditions The Marvelous Wonderettes , 11/18, Missoula

The Missoula Community Theatre seeks four actresses with strong vocal abilities.

Auditions For Miracle On 34th Street-The Musical, 9/30, Missoula

We are also looking for a man with "eyes that twinkle, and dimples that are merry; cheeks like roses, and a nose like a cherry; a droll little mouth that draws up like a bow and a beard on his chin as white as the snow." In other words…Kris Kringle.