Grandstreet Theatre

325 N Park Ave, Helena, MT

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(406) 447-1574

Grandstreet Theatre is the home of Montana’s longest-running community theatre with over 30 years of continuous service. Using volunteers from an exceptionally talented population, Grandstreet also trains K-12 students through the nationally-known theatre school. Each year, 8 to 9 plays and musicals enhance the 107 year-old red granite church structure, a true treasure for Helenans and guests to admire. One of two Tiffany stained glass windows in Montana plus an original window of hand-blown glass completes the original building design.

Click here for a list of upcoming Grandstreet Theatre season shows!

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