The Montana Shakespeare in the Parks performance will be a part of SMAC’s Dinner in the park series. Dinner at the performance will be provided by The Dillon Soroptimists.
MSIP’s Executive Artistic Director Kevin Asselin will direct a unique take on “Macbeth” set in a dystopian future where warring factions fight for resources, power, and control while losing themselves in the process.
Montana Shakespeare in the Parks has been bringing high quality live theatrical productions to small communities in Montana for 45 years.
Expanding from their first tour of 13 shows in 1973, the group will be performing 76 shows in 61 cities in 2017.
The University of Montana Western has worked with Montana Shakespeare in the Parks for roughly 40 years. Since 1986, the School of Outreach has consecutively helped bring Montana Shakespeare in the Parks to the Dillon community. The School of Outreach’s mission is to promote lifelong learning.
The University of Montana Western’s School of Outreach is sponsoring this event in partnership with the university’s Residence Life and Foundation offices, and The Southwest Montana Arts Council.
Southwest Montana Arts Council Dinner in the Park series is sponsored by Pioneer Federal Savings & Loan, the Good Life, Judy Siring – Farmers Union Insurance, Bank of Commerce, Tom & Phyllis Welch, Dillon Collision Center, Ted Ori- State Farm Insurance, Northwest Farm Credit Services, Michael Mhoon, Neal & Danielle Maxfield Family, Laura & Neal Straus, Ward 4 Councilperson Mandy Maass, R.E. Miller & Sons, Beaverhead Recycling, and Harrington Bottling Co..