Steve Martin

  • Camaraderie

    East Side Story, Gray Matters headline Pride Movie Night
      You know that feeling you get when you go to a new movie in the theater that everyone has been dying to see„that combined sense of anticipation and camaraderie among strangers, particularly when the film turns out to be a great one?
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  • The Show Must Go On

    Cast and crew alike prove steadfast in ISF's Major Barbara
  • Musicals Ahoy

    A BLT production, kiddie-style
      There's something both stimulating and frightening about the thought of 40 children congregating on stage for a musical. The right kids and the right (patient) production staff can create magic and fire up the imagination. The wrong ones ... well, we've all seen the disastrous results.
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  • More than a Door

    KED keeps time travel fresh in latest production
      Time travel is a tricky business. Even a Star Trek-addicted fan like this writer admits that jumps through the space-time continuum served as a too-often-used plot device for that enduring show and its sequels over the years--not to mention countless other TV shows and movies that have failed to deliver because of their ridiculous time-jump stories.
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  • Golden Years

    Take a nostalgic trip down to the Pond
      On Golden Pond is an oddly compelling story that leaves you feeling just a little bit better about life by its close--accompanied by a quivering lip and a lump in your throat just before you finally burst into tears.
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  • Spirited Away

    Knock 'Em Dead scares up good times with Blithe Spirit
  • Rocky Road

    Spontaneous Productions' pioneering theater
      When confessed Boise theater addicts Scott Stewart, M. Lane Thomas and Steven Lanzet met for lunch one day in 1997, they had one major goal: to stage a play that appealed to the Treasure Valley's queer community, a theater-going segment largely overlooked up to that time.
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  • Who's Afraid of Katherine of Padua?

    Fine cast makes Shrew shine
      There's something about Shakespeare's plays that's sometimes hard to get past-they're sort of sexist. The guys do brave deeds, talk very loudly and usually get the pick of the women they want, while the women, of course, look pretty, speak softly and usually do whatever the men want.
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  • Laughs Aplenty

    Knock 'Em Dead bids adieu to '04-'05 season with riotous Tenor
      If you're experiencing a strong sense of déjà vu reading this column, don't worry. There's a rational explanation for your extrasensory feeling and mine.
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  • To grandma's house we go

    BLT concludes '04-'05 season with heart-warming comedy
      Ah, grandparents ... What kid wouldn't agree that having Gram and Gramps fawn over you like you were the most special person in the world is just the best thing ever?
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  • Not Your Average Joe

    Stage Coach Theatre presents first-rate show in Rocket Man
      Steven Dietz is one popular guy, and for good reason. The Denver-born playwright has the rare distinction of two of his plays, Rocket Man and Private Eyes, having been produced this season at Boise's Stage Coach Theatre.
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  • Scapino!

    Fun and games with Moliére
      If you're a junkie for the local theater scene, there's something extra enjoyable about watching familiar actors and directors rehearse together-witnessing the creative collaboration that culminates when a show finally opens.
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  • Don Your Joad Pants

    Impressive staging and heartfelt performances highlight Boise Little Theater's Grapes of Wrath
      The Grapes of Wrath is one of those timeless stories that echoes long after the curtain falls. The stage adaptation is based on John Steinbeck's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about an Oklahoma family searching for a better life during the Dust Bowl era of the early 1930s. It is required reading for most young Americans, and many of its themes, such as poverty, intolerance and oppression, are sad realities even today.
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