Dancers and ghosts have a lot in common—both are skilled at communicating with subtle movements, and both look especially cool when dressed in flowy white costumes. Get shivers with this GrouponLive deal to Pilobolus or Ghost Hunters Live at the Morrison Center. Choose from the following options for seating in the rear orchestra or mid-rear mezzanine sections at 8 p.m.:
- $38 for two tickets to Ghost Hunters Live on Friday, March 1 (a $69 value)
- $43 for two tickets to Ghost Hunters Live, plus a $5 donation to the Morrison Center, on March 1 (a $69 value)
- $38 for two tickets to Pilobolus on Saturday, March 2 (a $73 value)
- $43 for two tickets to Pilobolus, plus a $5 donation to the Morrison Center, on March 2 (a $73 value)
Doors open at 7:30 p.m., and the lobby opens at 7 p.m.
Ghost Hunters Live
Syfy's Ghost Hunters follows Jason Hawes—leader of The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS)—and his crew as they cross the nation in search of restless spirits. Plumbers by day, paranormal experts by night, they explore historic homes, hotels, theaters, and prisons. Hawes and his TAPS team take to the stage at their live event, where they share firsthand accounts of their scariest excursions and reveal their ghost-hunting techniques. They also screen exclusive footage, such as specters shyly asking for an autograph. Audience members are invited to ask questions and share tales of their own brushes with the eerie and odd.
With a history stretching back 40 years, Pilobolus' innovative choreography has stayed on the cutting edge with fluid movement and colorful costumes. Company members use creative positioning and upper-body-testing lifts to create stunning shapes that mimic plants, animals, and the stupid faces of anyone who ever made fun of them. Each piece's fluid choreography creates an ever-shifting panorama of bodies, blurring the physical lines between each performer and dazzling guests with a belief-beggaring spectacle.
Part of the Boise State University campus, the Morrison Center provides a panoramic view of the city and its scenic foothills. Inside the nonprofit venue, the stage hosts musicals, symphonies, dance, and standup, and the organization supports outreach programs that expose young people to the performing arts.