Theater & Shows in Mountain Home

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Stage Coach Theatre has entertained audiences for 29 consecutive seasons, shining a flashlight on the human spirit in a variety of genres, including thrillers, comedies, dramedies, and comedramlers. With the 2010–11 season in full bloom, theatergoers can pick its contemporary stage-fruits and slurp up its performance-juices. Darwin in Malibu, a comedy opening October 15, features a living Charles Darwin, 120 years after he died, engaging in a spirited debate with Thomas Huxley and the Bishop of Oxford about science, God, and lesser-known benefits of flossing. For a holiday family outing, A Christmas Twist (opening November 26) stirs the story of A Christmas Carol with a comedic straw, adding a dash of Oliver Twist and Little Orphan Annie. On April 22, Always…Patsy Cline will begin regaling theater-goers with 27 of her tunes, including memorable songs like "Crazy," "Sweet Dreams," and "That Ain't My Medical Chart, Doctor Franklin."

5296 W Overland Rd
Boise,
ID
US

At ComedySportz, the spontaneity of improv humor marries the competitiveness of athletics in three weekly shows that churn out laughs for roughly 100 minutes each. During a match, two opposing teams of comics square off in red and blue uniforms as a referee presides. The teams launch into sketches and routines fueled by audience suggestions, much like on the TV shows Whose Line Is It Anyway? and World News with Diane Sawyer. Since random, casual outbursts are so integral to the show, no two performances are the same, and many fans check the lineup to see when their favorite funnypeople take the stage next.

3250 North Lakeharbor Lane
Boise,
ID
US

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.

2201 Cesar Chavez Lane
Boise,
ID
US

Originally known as the Clemmer Theatre, the Bing Crosby Theater was opened in 1915, riding the first wave of movie palaces. A unique acoustic shell with thousands of lights hang over the stage, complementing the auditorium's atmosphere of old-timey elegance and Illuminating the night sky for attendees who flew in on their old-timey blimps.

418 S. 9th St.
Boise,
ID
US

Entering their 85th season, the Harlem Globetrotters have entertained millions of parents, children, and general basketball admirers with a unique brand of athletic precision and showmanship. For their latest “4 Times the Fun” North American tour, the Globetrotters will add a new 4-point shot spots located 35 feet from the basket, which is 12 feet further than the official three-point line but several thousand miles closer than the prime meridian. See the arch-nemesis Generals try to keep up as the Harlem hardwood sorcerers evade gravity’s oppressive clutches and court clairvoyants distribute unassailable alley-oops. Youngsters can learn about the benefits of teamwork while laughing along with the jovial jocks as they perform classic routines of unconventional passing and sudden transmutations of water into confetti.

233 S. Capitol Boulevard
Boise,
Idaho
US

A seafood-focused menu joins forces with an arsenal of brews, served either by the bottle or poured by the glass. Every night of the week, happy hour features discounted suds from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. to complement tuna-pineapple tacos, Kobe flank steak on a nest of duck-fat fries, and stone-fired mac 'n' cheese. Standup comics lob their best quips past the dueling pianos Thursday–Saturday. In addition, 12 high-definition flat screens beam the big plays and most attractive referees of basketball, football, and baseball games. See information about specials and events here.

1441 N Eagle Rd
Meridian,
ID
US