MTPR

playwrights

"So a big question of the play is: What do we want to know now that we can know? What do people deserve not to know? And there’s some information, once you know it, can’t be unknown. Who has the right to consent? If one sibling gets their genome traced then that’s really going to affect all the other siblings so. . . What do you know and how do you keep it to yourself if you need to? How do you protect people that don’t want to know?" -- Deb Zoe Laufer

Montana Repertory Theater

"Front Row Center," June 30th: Michael Marsolek talks with Greg Johnson, Artistic Director of the Montana Repertory Theater, about The Missoula Colony 18, taking place July 13 - 20, on the Montana Theater stage at the P.A.R.T.V.

Building at U.M. This annual playwrights' workshop includes public readings of new plays written by new and established writers.