Originally designed as the Metaline Falls School auditorium, the space was reborn as a theater in 1991. Funded largely by grant funding, the entire theatre was designed and constructed by volunteers. Among them, the exceptional woodworker Van Whysong who remains a Cutter Theatre steward today.
Subsequent grant funding has allowed the installation of an improved sound system and enhanced audio capabilities for the hearing impaired. The theatre contains 158 permanent seats. This area is also utilized for public meetings, lectures, conferences or private parties.
Performances each year utilize the skill of local actors and directors.
Children are the stars each January when we host The Missoula Children’s Theatre. Local children are trained to perform in a musical play by seasoned professionals from the Montana theatre company.