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Missoula, MT — Hundreds of teens and their families are in Missoula this week for the MCT Performing Arts Camp performances of “Monster Musical—A Medley of Mayhem, Giggles, and Ghouls.” Each year the MCT International Tour staff members nominate kids around the world for the MCT Performing Arts Camp program. Hundreds of kids audition for Read More »

Nyna VanHarn has known for years that she wants to pursue her passion for theater. But growing up in the small town of Palouse, a community of less than 2,000 people in far southeastern Washington, the 16-year-old found scant opportunity to carry out her dream . . . Read the entire Missoulian article by Joe Read More »

MISSOULA, MT — MCT Community Theatre (MCT) announces their new season, including: The Producers; Irving Berlin’s White Christmas; The Mikado; One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and a season finale they affectionately titled East Broadway Rocks! MCT is coming out of the box with its upcoming season. The tradition of 4 musicals and 1 straight Read More »

Where is the Great Outdoors is a new assembly offered through a collaborative partnership between the U.S. Forest Service, the Missoula Children’s Theatre International Tour and the National Wildlife Federation. To book this assembly, call (406) 728-1911 or email tour@mctinc.orgcreate new email.

A PBS NewsHour with Jim Lehrer video segment about the Missoula Children’s Theatre.

International travel is nothing new for the Missoula Children’s Theatre. Teams of adult professionals from the 35-year-old company make overseas forays every year, visiting U.S. military bases and international schools, where they help students put together full-fledged theatrical productions . . . Read the full Missoulian article by Joe Nickell.

The Missoula Children’s Theatre received the Montana Governor’s Excellence in Export Award in 2007. Read the full article on Montana’s state website.

Dwayne Ellis doesn’t remember when he first started buying season tickets to MCT Community Theatre, but longtime members of the Missoula theater scene say the janitor and ambassador for Opportunity Resources Inc. has been sitting in the third row center seat for nearly 20 years . . . Read the full Missoulian article by Betsy Read More »