The Rapture is coming – to a parking lot in Idaho. At least that’s what Will, the central character of Samuel D. Hunter’s prophetically funny play A Bright New Boise, has convinced himself. The piously religious Will recently moved from his small hometown after a bitter scandal that enveloped his evangelical church. Working to establish himself in Boise, Will finds himself working and searching with other minimum-wage employees at the Hobby Lobby, a big-box crafts store. Will tries to reconcile his ongoing mission for spiritual salvation with the superficial, secular and often profane world around him. A Bright New Boise is a humorous look at the search for meaning.