Idaho Shakespeare Festival
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The Idaho Foundation for Parks and Land will own the 12 acres.
Richard III is on the throne, and all is not well with the world or at least not in England. He has lied, schemed and murdered his way to the crown all the while appearing the picture of piety and humble contrition to the public and peers.
It's one thing to take on a landmark piece of musical theater, such as "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street." It's another to turn it into a transformative work of art, and that's what the Idaho Shakespeare Festival achieved Saturday.
When it comes time to plot out a season, Charlie Fee, producing artistic director, takes on the challenge like a cultured yet populist host. He has to figure out a way for everyone - not just theater buffs or English profs - to have a good time.