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‘Next Step Prep’ performing-arts high school a hit for Missoula Community Theatre

Building on that success, "Next Step Prep" will be in full operation the next two summers, foreshadowing the opening of Missoula’s only performing arts high school in the fall of 2011.

On the Road with The Missoula Children’s Theatre – Fall- Winter 2009

Your vision has helped so many young
people discover themselves. Having been
in drama during my college years, I know
the dedication and determination needed.
Watching my “cool” teenagers perform has
been a thrill.
Junann
Basehor, Kansas

Missoula Community Theatre invites laid-off Smurfit workers to free showing of "Sunshine Boys"

“What we can do for them is do what MCT does,” said CEO Jim Caron. “Which is, frankly, to cheer them up.”

The class clown: Missoula Children’s Theatre brings makeup, acting workshops to Magic Valley

Missoula Children’s Theatre teams travel the country to host plays starring local children. This week, the pair of actor-directors is in Twin Falls to put on “ThePrincess and the Pea,” starring 58 local children.

Middle-school students learn life skills through Missoula Children’s Theater performance

MCT, founded 35 years ago, is the nation’s largest touring children’s theater visiting nearly 1,300 communities this year. The touring team brings set lights, costumes, props and makeup to each town, and the cast is selected at each venue.

Shining on stage: Intense Missoula Children’s Theater school finishes first summer session

“They’ve been working their little heads off,” said Jim Caron, founder of the Missoula Children’s Theater, the parent organization of Next Step Prep. “To see the change in some of these kids in terms of their skills … ”

Caron trails off. There are no words to describe it.

Missoula Children’s Theater Summer 2009 Newsletter

From San Diego,
California, to Sigonella,
Italy, MCT is in the
Navy now, visiting more
than 20 installations
during Summer 2009.

Video of Missoula Children’s Theatre in Missoula, Montana on “The News Hour with Jim Lehrer”

"What a great segment this evening on Missoula Children’s Theatre. MCT has touched our grandson and classmates in rural Salmon, Idaho. (Pop-3,000) They have provided an enriching experience like no other and we applaud them deeply. Thanks!" Bob Knoll

On the Road with the Missoula Children’s Theater – Spring 2009

"The final product… always
includes young students who
have ‘dramatically’ blossomed
personally, emotionally and
socially!"

Missoula Children’s Theater director Jim Caron honored as Peacemaker of the Year for helping kids discover themselves

Jim Caron and the Missoula Children’s Theater “develops self-esteem, leadership and a sense of community” in thousands of children across the world every year.