To imagine without boundaries, to create vibrant professional entertainment and transformative arts education, to inspire the audience, artists, and next generation.

The Alpine Theatre Project or ATP was founded in 2004 by three Broadway veterans, Betsi Morrison (Broadway's The Sound of Music), Luke Walrath (Broadway's 42nd Street), and David Ackroyd (Broadway's Children of a Lesser God), Alpine Theatre Project has been bringing Broadway talent, production, and education to Flathead Valley residents since 2004. Its artists have performed in over 190 Broadway productions, won 4 Tony Awards, 7 Emmy Awards, 4 Golden Globe Awards, and 1 Academy Award. Since its founding, ATP has become one of the most talked-about and unique cultural institutions in the Inland Northwest, with notices in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, American Theatre Magazine, and Frommer's Budget Travel Magazine, which named ATP as one of the attractions that make Whitefish, Montana "One of the Top 10 Coolest Small Towns in America."

It provides theater music and vocal education to the youth of the Flathead Valley from grades K through 12.

In the past five years ATP has the following impact

• 1,025 students enriched through ATP's educational programs
• 205 scholarships given to participate in ATP's educational programs
• 40,538 audience members inspired by all of ATP's productions
• $8,300,301 in total estimated economic impact in the Flathead Valley

In addition, the artists who have performed and provided training at workshops for ATP have
• Performed in over 197 Broadway productions
• Won 5 Tony Awards, 7 Emmy Awards, 5 Golden Globe Awards, and 1 Academy Award.

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