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    • But Where's the Main Course?

      CAN-ACT presents slow drama for 50th production
        Pie Supper, ending its run this weekend at the CAN-ACT theater in Karcher Mall, is a strange little play without much plot and possessing adult content that might make some viewers uncomfortable. The play seems an unfortunate choice for the milestone 50th production for this creative and hard-working theatrical group.
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    • Crazy Like Foxes

      Boise Little Theater's spring show is a hoot
    • Comic Drama

      BLT's Grace and Glorie showcases top actresses
    • Wacky Nuns

      Knock 'Em Dead presents hilarious musical
        With the usual convenience of the Knock 'Em Dead Dinner Theatre, there is free parking, a delicious dinner (by Sonia's Catering) and a fun show, Meshuggah-Nuns, all in one place--just like a cruise. And the wait staff are friendly, energetic actors--and nuns--adding to the merriment of the evening.
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    • Mansion of Trash

      Dazzle offers fictionalized tale of strange, New York brothers
    • Lost and Found Love

      Spontaneous Productions' opera obsessions
        Ah, the beauty and glory of grand opera! And the men who love it and live through it. The Terrence McNally play, The Lisbon Traviata, running for the next two weekends at Spontaneous Productions, offers a tragicomic view of four gay men seeking affection and connection in what can be a cruel world.
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    • Man of Conscience

      Spontaneous Productions presents powerful play
        At last, an opportunity in Boise to attend an award-winning play that makes you laugh, cry and actually "scrape the moss" off your mind and think.
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    • Comic Thriller?

      Not much murder or mystery at SCT
        In Marriage Is Murder, a divorced couple of writers get together again strictly for the purpose of writing another novel about their fictional super sleuth, Miss Charlotte "Charlie" Hayakawa. Nick Hall's convoluted script about Paul and Polly Butler is a real mystery.
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    • Wild and wacky

      Spontaneous Productions goes Beyond Therapy
        Spontaneous Productions is presenting its final show in its "Off Broadway" location on Williams Street, and appropriately, it's a raucous, satiric play by Christopher Durang, noted for his simultaneously dark and playfully biting comedies.
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    • Broadway Bound

      Mob gets into show biz with Breaking Legs
    • The Devil, You Say

      Stage Coach Theatre play sells Hell with laughs galore
        Stage Coach Theatre charges into its 25th season with an unusual comedy that takes a devilish look at the advertising business.
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    • Bad Day Gone Much Worse

      Stage Coach offers crazy comedy about rape
        This Pizza Man brings more than a large pepperoni. Director Don Walker picked this madcap comedy by Darlene Craviotto, and orchestrates a thin plot into a fast and amazingly funny show about women and rape. Rape is seldom the subject of a comedy, I agree.
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    • Comedy with Bite

      Weekend in paradise turns to hell
        The thought-provoking play, Lips Together, Teeth Apart, is running for one more weekend at the new Spontaneous Productions' venue, the fascinating Visual Arts Collective in Boise's Linen District. This multi-purpose building has unique art and pottery displays, which lend a delightful aura to the theater experience.
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      Nampa's CAN-ACT troupe returns to wacky Texas town
        If you missed the first play about the denizens of the third smallest town in Texas, Greater Tuna, you may be a bit confused with A Tuna Christmas, but the talented twosome, Randall Webster and Rob Kelley, will bring you up to speed in no time. The only problem will be keeping up with the two bearded guys as they portray 21 of Tuna's distinguished citizens--many of them women.
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    • Fun With Nuns

      Nonsensical antics continue in Nunsense II
    • Phones Are Ringing

      Willmorth wows Boise Contemporary Theater audiences

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