The University of Montana Western is slated to host the Montana Repertory Theatre on Jan. 29.
The Montana Repertory will perform “The Miracle Worker,” the story of Helen Keller and her tutor Ann Sullivan. The play recounts the early life of Keller, who was deaf and blind since infancy, as she tries to find her way into adulthood with the help of Sullivan.
The Montana Repertory Theatre is one of the oldest touring companies in the country. Established in 1967, the company travels to neighboring states to offer professional theater performances.
The performance on Jan. 29 is at 7 p.m. in the Beier Auditorium on the campus of Montana Western.
UMW students are free with valid student ID. All students are $5 and general admission is $8.
The University of Montana Western has launched a national search for the provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs position.