Whitefish Theatre Company

1 Central Avenue
Whitefish, MT 59937

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How You Can Play A Part

WTC is a community organization that depends on volunteers, sponsors, and patrons to keep the arts thriving in our valley. Below are some ways that you can support your community theatre and WTC’s O’Shaughnessy Center this season and for our next 40 years.

There is a donation level to fit your pocketbook. Only 46% of WTC’s revenue comes from ticket sales. 86% of WTC’s expenses go to performance and concert costs. To offset this difference, the rest of our income comes from patron contributions, sponsorships, program advertising, rental income, and grants. Your donation will be used wisely to further our mission of “bringing the arts to life!”

Donor Levels
Supporter $50
Actor $150
Showstopper $350+
Spotlight $500
Playwright $750
Patron $1000
Director $3000
Producer $5,000
Executive Producer $10,000

Enjoy being part of the arts by helping to build a set, paint a set, sew a costume, become a stagehand or stage manager, usher for concerts or plays, help in the box office or learn how to operate the projection, lighting or sound systems for theatre productions!

Positions open for experienced Lighting and Set designers. Contact WTC’s Technical Director, Robbie Moody (406-407-4704) for details.

Interested in be part of the Tech Crew for a theatrical production? Positions are open for the 19-20 season. We will train you! Contact WTC’s Artistic Director, Kim Krueger (406-862-5371 ext 3) for details.

Can you sew? Come be a part of the theatrical community and help in the costume shop! Contact WTC’s costumer, Sarah Bell (406-862-5371 ext 5) for details.

Step onto the stage for the first time or fiftieth time. Audition dates and times for The Roommate, Over The River And Through The Woods, A Doll’s House, Part 2, Into The Woods, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Sense and Sensibility, The Seminar and The Revolutionists will be posted on our website as they are set.

Positions available for experienced and fledgling directors! Contact WTC’s Artistic Director, Kim Krueger (406-8621-5371 ext 3) for details. All inquiries welcome.


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Grants provided by

I. A. O'Shaughnessey Foundation  Montana Arts Council  Whitefish Community Foundation  Montana Cultural Trust  WESTAF  National Endowment For The Arts  Burlington Northern Santa Fe  Dennis &Phyllis Washington Foundation