Travel with BCT to Idaho's 'Uncanny Valley''

April 4, 2014 

Stitch Marker at BCT

  • Ticket info

    8 p.m. Wednesdays-Saturdays, April 4-26, and 2 p.m. April 12, 19 and 26, 854 Fulton St. $30 Fridays-Saturdays, $25 Wednesdays-Thursdays, $15 matinees. Preview (April 4) and student tickets are $15 at 331-9224 and bctheater.org.

Set at an artist's retreat in the Sawtooth Mountains, "The Uncanny Valley," a world premiere play by Boise Contemporary Theater's Matthew Cameron Clark and Dwayne Blackaller, explores the intersection of creativity, humanity and nature. This is Clark's and Blackaller's second play written together. Their first, "A Nighttime Survival Guide," was last season's hit. "Valley" is directed by Blackaller and features performances by Clark, Carie Kawa, Justin Ness and Tracy Sunderland, along with Boise's venerable Stitch Marker, pictured, as the retreat's otherworldly caretaker, Stanley.

Dana Oland

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