Missoula Children's Theatre

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Pulling off a play in a week – Missoula Children’s Theatre visits Oakland, California school

"Missoula doesn’t underestimate children. They definitely have it figured out."

Missoula Children’s Theatre Community Theatre still dreaming of ‘White Christmas’

You know the tune. We all do.

Missoula Children’s Theatre(MCT) Launches Tour Blog – "Backstage Pass"

This blog is meant to keep you, our loyal followers, updated with all things MCT – the International Tour, MCT Community Theatre and Next Step Prep – on a weekly basis.

MCT undertakes Broadway send-up ‘The Producers’

"I think the reason is that despite all the one-liners and goofball comedy, it’s written so smartly; it’s a brilliant script. There was really nothing like it when it first came out (on film); and then, 30 years later, it changed the course of Broadway too."

Help The Missoula Children’s Theatre Reach More Kids – Please Vote

With YOUR help-ONE VOTE PER DAY DURING THE ENTIRE MONTH OF OCTOBER-we will acquire a training facility and change many thousands of lives.

Missoula Children’s Theater – Next Step Prep provides opportunity for teen performers from small towns

While the summer program is punctuated by visits from established professional performers such as the Tony Award-winning playwright Jason Robert Brown, Broadway actor Alex Gemignani, Bowers, and comedian Seth Rudetsky, it’s also a fully accredited high-school program, giving students credit toward graduation.

Missoula Children’s Theatre presents ‘The Frog Prince’ and other masterpieces by local children in Fond du Lac and 1,300 other communities annually.

The Montana based Missoula Children’s Theatre has been touring for 35 years and annually visits nearly 1,300 communities in all 50 states as well as internationally.

Good kids from Missoula Valley high schools have fun being bad in MCT’s ‘Grease’ (Get your tickets now!) – By supporting children, you’re investing in their future

"Anyone coming with the expectation to see children performing will be pretty much amazed at the level these kids are giving," said Caron, noting that the band of accompanying musicians and the stage crew are also made up almost entirely of high school students. "It’s a real testament to the phenomenal quality of the high school drama programs that exist around Missoula, so if you come to our show and like what you see, you’ll like what’s going on in the local high schools as well."

The Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) partners with the US Forest Service to launch The Children and Nature Initiative – "Where Is The Great Outdoors?"

By embracing dialogue and action regarding children’s health and healthy lifestyle choices, MCT is seizing the opportunity to further realize its mission – The development of life-skills in children through participation in the performing arts. It’s all connected.

Missoula Children’s Theatre – All the world’s a stage for Shelby, Montana’s Molly Buyske

“I will be forever grateful for the experiences I had to be in the Missoula Children’s Theatre here in Shelby and in the School plays.”