The power of Miller’s story about war’s consequences for both veterans and civilians—of honor and sacrifice, of guilt, honesty, hope, and love—is as relevant today as when the play premiered in 1947.
The mission of the Missoula Colony is to foster great writing for the next generation of theatre and film in an atmosphere of generosity, creative fervor, breathtaking beauty, and laughter.
This year we are celebrating 20 amazing years of the Missoula Colony. In this momentous year, we are newly committed to offering both new and experienced playwrights an experience that is fascinating, challenging, productive, enlightening, and FUN! We hope you will join us!
We take special care in choosing our fall tour plays, selecting works that captivate the imaginations of our young audience and speak to issues they face. To that end, we review Montana middle school and high school curricula and solicit suggestions from our community liaisons throughout the year.
Learn more about this tour, our acting workshops, and answers to frequently asked questions in our tour brochure.
Montana Rep receives a $10,000 grant from The Shubert Foundation
We’re pleased to have been honored by a generous grant from The Shubert Foundation, an internationally respected organization benefitting the arts.