Boise has hired a consultant to study the possibility of a Downtown theater to augment the city’s selection of performing arts centers, which includes the Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s open-air amphitheater in the East End.
Boise has hired a consultant to study the possibility of a Downtown theater to augment the city’s selection of performing arts centers, which includes the Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s open-air amphitheater in the East End. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Boise has hired a consultant to study the possibility of a Downtown theater to augment the city’s selection of performing arts centers, which includes the Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s open-air amphitheater in the East End. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Does Boise need a new theater Downtown? A $73,000 study will find out

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