The Wilma

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131 South Higgins Avenue, Missoula, Montana

(406) 830-4640



Built in 1921 by William 'Billy' Simons, The Wilma was dedicated to his wife, light opera artist Edna Wilma. The eight-story steel-framed highrise features hallmarks of Sullivanesque architecture, and was the first steel-framed high-rise building in Missoula. It has the main 1400-seat hall, a lounge, three banquet rooms, a restaurant, apartments and offices. The theater interior is decorated with Louis XIV Style gilt trim. Today, the theater is home to a diverse range of entertainment, including independent movies, spoken word events, stand up comedy, live and local music, plays, and other events.

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Lat: 46.869561 Lng: -113.99596

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