Crushmas Cabaret opens in December

Viscosity brings the Heat with A Crushmas Cabaret: Silly, Sexy, Smart, Adult. Our group of artists in Whitefish, MT have imagined the most vile, hilarious, sensual parodies of the holiday season with a Cabaret aesthetic. Rendered with truth, elegance, glamour, and sensuality, director Rebecca Schaffer combines human beauty and smut into one spectacular …

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Hugh Bickley’s “Holocene” opens in 2 weeks

Viscosity Theatre is proud to present the world premier of local veteran actor Hugh Bickley’s debut play. Holocene tells the story of one family of misfits in their struggle to salvage culture after the fall of human civilization. Directing Holocene is veteran actor and burgeoning director, Sam Williamson (Macbeth, Circle Mirror Transformation), and an all-Missoula cast: …

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Mystery Mark

Viscosity is proud to collaborate with artist Theo Ellsworth, creator of Capacity and The Understanding Monster, on a new show called Mystery Mark, launching this summer in Missoula, MT. Who is Mystery Mark? What is the Skeleton Crew up to? Why is traffic so insane? How can you watch what you can’t …

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Summer Events

MYSTERY MARK Viscosity Theatre presents: Mystery Mark, a new one-act play based on a story by Theo Ellsworth and Josh Wagner. We will be launching Mystery Mark as part of the Missoula Fringe Festival in August of 2014. Who is Mystery Mark? What is the Skeleton Crew up to? Why is …

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Incubation

Viscosity Theatre is currently in the process of redeveloping “This Illusionment”. Thanks to everyone who came to the skeleton production, who gave honest and insightful feedback, we are now able to take this story to the next level. Check back soon for details about the new show and our future …

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ThisIllusionment Opens June 1st

ThisIllusionment is the story of a magician who has lost his passion, a girl overwhelmed by her senses, a boy struggling to find his power, a creature on the verge of disintegration, and a universe falling out of love with itself. Viscosity’s latest production, “ThisIllusionment” will be held in the …

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