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  • The Phil Rocks Out

    Valley favorite returns as this weekend's soloist
      As Boise Philharmonic fans well know by now, typifying the traditional image of a stuffy orchestral soloist isn't among pianist Alpin Hong's talents.
  • Fun With Nuns
  • Fun With Nuns

    Nonsensical antics continue in Nunsense II
  • Cirque du Soleil Brings Dralion to Taco Bell Arena
  • Cirque du Soleil Brings Dralion to Taco Bell Arena

    Thursday, Oct. 11-Sunday, Oct. 14
      Eighteen trucks will haul the elaborate, handmade costumes and 26-foot-tall, 60-foot-wide metallic set for Cirque du Soleil's performance of Dralion. The East-meets-West, humans-and-nature themed show will have a seven-performance run at Taco Bell Arena Thursday, Oct. 11-Sunday, Oct. 14.

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  • Spirited Away

    Knock 'Em Dead scares up good times with Blithe Spirit
  • Heartbreak and Hope
  • Heartbreak and Hope

    Shakespeare Festival ends with warm, fuzzy musical
      The final show in the Idaho Shakespeare Festival's 30th anniversary season is a down-home Americana musical. It's not a big, splashy song-and-dance production, heavy on skimpy costumes and gorgeous girls like the season's opener, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Instead, it's a heartwarming story about seven people we all know--or think we do.
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  • Not for medicinal use
  • Not for medicinal use

    Hypno-comedian J. Medicine Hat puts audiences under his spell
      "I can close my eyes and see my first wife on the couch bawling her eyes out," he says. "That was all the money we had in the world. I said, 'I know I can do it. And I know I can do a better job getting work.' I had my first show 10 days after I met [Dr. Jim Wand], and I never looked back," he says. "That was 14 years ago."
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