Yellowstone Repertory Theatre’s mission is to bring professional theatre to Billings and the surrounding region by creating a committed ensemble that dares the artist, while captivating and inspiring the audience.


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Saturday, 4/23, 3pm - "Straight On To Stardust" by Billings novelist Craig Lancaster (600 Hours of Edward, And It Will Be A Beautiful Life).

If you missed our reading of Craig Lancaster's play, but would like to  watch a Facebook Live video of the reading, it is posted on the This House of Books page and shared on the YRT page.

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Sunday, 4/24, 6pm - "Glory to Ukraine!,

a Celebration of the Arts in Billings to support the people of Ukraine.

Presented by Yellowstone Repertory Theatre, Craft Local, and Friends. 


What an amazing evening!  Thanks to all the actors, singers, musicians, artists, dancers, and the Ukrainian community in Montana who donated  their time and talent!

Thanks to Duane Sitzman and Craft Local for co-producing the event!

Thanks to everyone who attended!

Fundraising Total TBA ASAP

All proceeds will go to Ukraine through Direct Relief. 


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MUD BLUE SKY by Marisa Wegrzyn

Directed by Craig Huisenga

6/16 - 6/26, 2022

Roebling Theater at NOVA Center for the Performing Arts

Three flight attendants plan a reunion in a Chicago airport-hotel.  But, the party is crashed by a high school prom refugee who was once saved from a drug-sniffing dog by one of the flight attendants.


“Exceedingly funny … poignant and closely observed … there’s no funnier show in Chicago.” - The Chicago Tribune


Announcing: New dates for The Book of Will!

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THE BOOK OF WILL by Lauren Gunderson,

Directed by Craig Huisenga


Roebling Theater at NOVA Center for the Performing Arts

Without William Shakespeare, we wouldn’t have literary masterpieces like Romeo and Juliet. But without Henry Condell and John Heminges, we would have lost half of Shakespeare’s plays forever!  The Book of Will combines comedy, suspense, tragedy, and inspiration to form a thriller about the publication of the First Folio.


“It is, quite frankly, one of the best plays I have ever seen. It will bring tears of both laughter and sorrow to all but the most jaded audience member’s eyes. It is, in a word, a triumph.” —Boulder Weekly (CO)