Now this is a pretty intriguing way to get people to come out to your shows while ensuring that finances don't prevent them from seeing great art - the Montana Repertory Theater is set to begin their upcoming season, and this year, they're offering a "Pick What You Pay" model for ticket pricing.

And this is exactly what it sounds like - when purchasing tickets for any show at the Rep this season, you'll be able to choose how much money you want to spend. So if you normally might not be able to afford a night out at the theater, now you can! And if you feel like paying a little more than what the average ticket price would be in order to help out the theater, you can do that too! The possibilities are limitless!

The Montana Repertory Theater's upcoming season (their 55th!) kicks off September 22nd with a show called Back To School (probably not based on the Rodney Dangerfield movie, although I wouldn't rule it out). Throughout the season, they'll have productions of Hearth: A Yuletide TaleThe Castle With A Thousand Lights, and ReEntry, which takes them through April.

If you want to learn more information, buy tickets, or get some season passes, you can do that at the Rep's website right here. Think you'll be taking advantage of the "Pick What You Pay" model to check out some shows this season?

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