Ten theatres will receive $10,000 grants to support general operating costs.
With 200 seats and 2,000 subscribers, the company has built an audience that expects the unexpected.
The season will feature two new plays in repertory from Idaho native Samuel D. Hunter and a world premiere by Dwayne Blackaller and Matthew Cameron Clark.
The season will feature the company’s first musical and a remount of an audience favorite.
Stories about autism, Chicago shows, a musical about a young girl in 1890s Paris, and more take the stage this month.
Kilroys-recommended playwright Hansol Jung makes her official debut with ‘No More Sad Things’ at Boise Contemporary Theater and Sideshow Theatre Company.
From a cellist to a scenic designer, from New Haven to St. Paul, a cohort marked by versatility and vision.
The award will support the development of a new play to premiere at the theatre.
One of the leaders at the Idaho theatre will depart after 13 years, during which time the theatre’s budget doubled.
The new play by Dwayne Blackaller and Matthew Cameron Clark questions what it means to be human.