Montana is thrilled to be part of an awesome evening of plays through The American Slavery Project entitled ‘Black Women and the Ballot’. Montana will be portraying Alice Paul in ‘In The Parlour’ by Judy Tate. Alice organized the first ever Women’s March on Washington in 1913.
April 8th at 7:00 pm at The National Black Theatre Inc.
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It’s happening again! Tuesday February 5th at 7:00 PM at The Actors Theatre Workshop (145 W. 28th St, 3rd floor)
Come see MONTANA and her classmates rock some amazing scenes from plays by everyone from John Patrick Shanley, to Martin McDonagh, to Martyna Majok.
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Come see MONTANA and her classmates in a Showcase on Wednesday December 19th or Wednesday December 20th at 7:00 pm at The Chain Theatre in Midtown (36th st and 8th ave).
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You seriously don’t want to miss this…
“An exuberant, raunchy backstage comedy about non-equity actors on a 58-city van tour of a kid's musical. Showmances! Cocaine! Talking Animals! What is the road to success in an America the Wright Brothers would never recognize?”
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****Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the curtain at the FRINGE HUB (685 Washington St. @ Charles St) to be exported by an Audience Ambassador with a DARK GREEN FLAG to the performance venue.
Montana is VERY excited to be working with The Renovationists for the first time playing ANGELE in the World-Premiere of "Old Names for Wildflowers", a new play by Corbin Went and directed by Emma Rosa Went. It's one big witchy Sarah Lawrence Reunion and you don't want to miss it!!! Performances are May 11th-25th at The Tank (312 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018). Specific dates and times below.
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"Old Names for Wildflowers is an expansive tale, set in a mysterious, forgotten corner of American history. Called by readers 'a feminist response to The Crucible,' and 'easily one of the most dynamic, original, and compelling plays of the last three years,' Wildflowers is part historical drama and part new mythology. The play follows a family of women struggling to survive the years after the Civil War on the edge of a wood haunted by the Devil’s whistle."
ONFW is produced by The Renovationists, Parity Productions and The Tank! Making theater takes time, dedication and money so please consider donating to the production by clicking either the link below.
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Montana is performing a scene from Dryland by Ruby Rae Spiegel in Brad Fleischer Scene Study Showcase on Tuesday January 30th at 7:30 pm at The Actor's Theatre Workshop.
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Montana is very excited to be playing Becky in the new play "Revelations" by Ben Hatt. The play will be produced as part of the New York Winterfest at Hudson Guild, on January 16th at 9:00 pm, January 17th at 6:15 pm, and January 20th at 6:00 pm. She hopes to see you there!!
"10 years after Rose (now 23) was disfellowshipped and shunned from the faith of a rural religious sect, she comes back to confront her father about the abuse she suffered at the hands of an elder in the congregation. Flashbacks tell the story of a charismatic leader of the congregation grooming a young Rose as she struggles to maintain her support for the religion and her relationship with her father."
Montana will be reviving her role as The Girl in "SHE: A Choreoplay", back for a limited TWO NIGHT engagement: Friday October 20th and Saturday October 21st at 7:30 pm at the New York Society for Ethical Culture! Directed by Ellie Heyman, Created by Jinah Parker.
"'SHE: A Choreoplay', is the vision of Jinah Parker, dancer, choreographer, playwright, creator, and produced by Kevin Powell. Featuring a cast of diverse and gifted dancers and actresses, SHE is about violence against women and girls, about what happened to Sandra Bland, about healing. It is dance, it is music, it is film, it is dialogue, it is monologue, it is an incredibly unique and special theater experience. Join us Friday or Saturday for the experience of a lifetime."
Visit the SHE Facebook Page HERE
Visit the SHE Community Page HERE
Montana is currently involved in two ongoing projects that she is very very passionate about.
Catch Montana's Voice and Puppetry skills on Queer Kid Stuff, "LGBTQ+ educational webseries for children ages 3+ hosted by a tie-wearing queer lady, Lindsay, and her non-binary best-stuffed friend, Teddy. Gender Studies 101 meets Mr. Rodgers’ Neighborhood!" Season 2 comes on on Wednesday April 5th, 2017 with new episodes every other week!
Here is a video from Season 2:
Last year Montana was a lead in Letter of Marque Theater Company's production of Double Falsehood. And THIS year she'll be collaborating with them on a new project during the Lieutenant's Labs! The next show is on June 15th so don't miss out!
Click HERE to RSVP for Free to the event on June 15th. There will be a fun new radio show brought to you by the Lieutenants as well as a live Karaoke Band! So much to get your hands on. Plus you may win a sword.
Montana is going to be in the upcoming production of "SHE: A Choreoplay" By Jinah Parker at HERE Art's Center.
SHE is co-produced by Gabrielle Union (Being Mary Jane, 10 Things I Hate About You, Bring It On), Eve Enseler (The Vagina Monologues etc.), and Kevin Powell (A Boy's Journey Into Manhood) and is sponsored by Elle Magazine!
"I am so happy to be a part of a dynamic new theater production called "SHE" that I would like to invite you to experience. The production is a multimedia exploration about sexual violence against women and girls, about Sandra Bland, and about healing and self-empowerment."
Each show will feature a talk-back with a therapist as well as with leading voices in our communities.
SHE will make its first extensive run in New York City at the HERE Arts Center Friday, May 5 through Sunday, May 21.
www.HERE.org for tickets!
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Come see Montana as JESSICA/JOLENE in Robert Askins' Hand to God at The Kitchen Theatre Company in Ithaca, NY. It's bound to be a wild, irreverent, and HILARIOUS time. Montana is BEYOND excited to be making her Main Stage debut at the KTC, a theatre company that she has admired for her entire life.
THE RASABOXES: An Introductory Workshop
Montana is participating in an introductory workshop of The Rasaboxes with master teacher Michele Minnick. Check out the flyer on the right to find out more information! Workshop is Friday June 24th to Sunday June 26th, 2016. She can't wait to find out what's in store!
Sign up for the workshop by June 15th by e-mailing email@example.com!!!!
DOUBLE FALSEHOOD: March 12th 2015-April 9th 2016
Montana recently finished working with Letter of Marque Theater Company on Double Falsehood by William Shakespeare at the Irondale Center in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, playing Leonora! They had a very exciting 5 week run, complete with rave reviews and merry times had by all! Here is a link to our NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW and another to our review in the HUFFINGTON POST.
Montana has never been so proud of a production that she has been part of before. She would like to thank EVERYONE involved in this production who helped her grow and tell this story. On to new horizons!
Montana is also proud to announce that she is also now a Lieutenant of Letter of Marque Theater Company! What does this mean you might wonder? Well, the Captains (co-founders) of L.O.M., Welland Scripps, Nolan Kennedy, and Scarlet Maressa Rivera have welcomed Montana onto their ship as a company member. She couldn't be more excited to sail the seas with all of these wonderfully thought-provoking artists sometime in the near future. STAY TUNED.
OUT THERE!: May 21st-May 29th, 2016
Montana will be playing Dunkle in Out There! with Bluelaces Theater Company! Bluelaces' mission is to "[create] highly interactive, sensory-based theatrical experiences for people of all ages living with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental differences." Out There! is their first production in New York City. Montana can't wait to share this beautifully devised show with audience of all varieties.