Boise Contemporary Theater, 854 Fulton St., announced its 20th anniversary season lineup on June 10. It will bring comic actress and writer Lauren Weedman back for a limited engagement, and offer a new commission from playwright Eric Coble.
Here’s the 2015-16 season
•“A Skull in Connemara,”
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a dark comedy by Irish playwright Martin McDonagh: Oct 7 - Oct 31.
•“No More Sad Things,”
by South Korean-American playwright and director Hansol Jung: Nov 24-Dec 19, 2015: This is a co-world premiere production with Chicago’s Sideshow Theatre Company. Jung will be in Boise to help create the production.
Jan 5-16, 2016: No title yet, but its sure to be another fast-paced, entertaining experiment. Weedman is a former Daily Show corespondent and a co-star on the HBO comedy “Looking.” This is Weedman’s fifth engagement at BCT.
a Tony-nominated play by Nick Payne: Feb 10-March 5, 2016.
• A world premiere comedy by Eric Coble: April 13-May 7, 2016. Coble premiered his “Velocity of Autumn” at BCT in 2010 before it played on Broadway with Estelle Parsons, who received a Tony nomination for her performance. Coble will be in Boise for the production process.
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Season ticket info:
Early bird prices through Sept. 1: $80-$150 general, $75 for students; boxes run $155-$255 and sit six. Purchase tickets here.
After Sept. 1, tickets will be $85-$165 general, $80 students, boxes will be $160-$240.