Full Tour Schedule

Home > Full Schedule

Events for July

31st

Events for August

1st

Events for August

2nd

Events for August

3rd

Events for August

4th

Events for August

5th

Events for August

6th

No Events
Events for August

7th

Events for August

8th

Events for August

9th

Events for August

10th

Events for August

11th

Events for August

12th

Events for August

13th

Events for August

14th

Events for August

15th

Events for August

16th

Events for August

17th

Events for August

18th

Events for August

19th

Events for August

20th

Events for August

21st

Events for August

22nd

No Events
Events for August

23rd

Events for August

24th

Events for August

25th

Events for August

26th

Events for August

27th

Events for August

28th

Events for August

29th

Events for August

30th

Events for August

31st

Events for September

1st

Events for September

2nd

Events for September

3rd

Special Events

The Elise Event is a chance for friends of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks to gather and raise support for MSIP’s Shakespeare in the Schools program. Join us for a performance of this year’s Shakespeare in the Schools’ production of Macbeth. The performance will be followed by a lively Q&A and mingling with the cast, MSIP Artistic Director & Staff, dinner, and a partially-hosted bar. 

The Elise Event

Named for late benefactor Elise R. Donohue, The Elise Event is a celebration of Shakespeare in the Schools honoring Elise’s remarkable dedication to the arts in our community. The Elise Event began in 2002, when Elise bid on an auction item for a private performance of a Shakespeare in the Schools’ production. Recognizing the production’s value to the community, Elise gifted the performance back to the public, allowing others to experience the marvelous production. From that initial public performance, the Elise Event was born. Now in its 20th year, the Elise Event has grown over time to become a treasured annual celebration.

Known and loved to many in the Gallatin Valley, Elise was an ardent advocate for the performing arts and a dedicated supporter of numerous institutions. Her family carries on her generous spirit and passionate advocacy of the arts by providing the community an opportunity to learn about Shakespeare in the Schools and pass on the torch of Shakespeare’s masterpieces to future generations.

“Students should see Shakespeare because language is important and I believe we should allow the arts to transform us and enable us to live a thoughtful life.”

– Elise R. Donohue