Fund A Need: Capital Fund for Renovations
Looking forward to the future of Boise Little Theater, we would like to renovate things like our house seating and the rehearsal hall where children’s theater classes are held. We would greatly appreciate anything you can contribute.

Thank you!


For information on March board elections, visit http://boiselittletheater.org/our-organization/board-elections/Join us Monday, March 15th at 7:00 pm for BLT’s next Membership Meeting online: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83099019348?pwd=T3pJUUxaUm5jaU5FNnErSFY5L2QzZz09. Visit with friends before we get down to business. Non-members welcome! Please join us to vote in board elections (if you’re eligible to vote). Not sure if you’re eligible? Email our friendly box office at boxoffice@boiselittletheater.org.


🆕 UPDATE, Monday, February 15, 2021:

Congratulations to all the nominees for our board of directors elections next month:

  • Christina Ivey
  • Kim Carter-Cram
  • Katie Shuter Rompala
  • Paul Archibeque
  • Jillian Durrant
  • Cheryl Blauer

Learn more about each nominee through the videos they made! Visit http://boiselittletheater.org/our-organization/board-elections/.


UPDATE, Wednesday, February 10, 2021: “God of Carnage” by Yasmina Reza, which was to be directed by Bradley Campbell is postponed to a later season.


Boise Little Theater (BLT) is a volunteer-organized non-profit organization with an unwavering dedication to quality amateur theater. For over 70 years BLT has produced plays in all genres: contemporary and classical, comedy, drama, and musicals. BLT is the longest-running community theater in Idaho. BLT uses theatre arts to enrich lives in our community by presenting different perspectives to promote empathy, and by encouraging laughter, critical thinking, physical activity, and fellowship.

Prior to the pandemic, our organization had served our Treasure Valley for 72 years providing up to 7 shows a season plus one production with young adults in conjunction with Boise Parks and Recreation. In a typical season, over 12,000 people attended shows at Boise Little Theater. Our nonprofit has relied heavily on ticket sales, but donations and alternative revenue sources are vital to our organization now, but so is greater community involvement. We are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 quarantine order enacted by Idaho Governor Little, but you can still reach our box office at 208-342-5104 or boxoffice@boiselittletheater.orgYou can also visit BLT on Facebook, or attend a volunteer meeting. Whether you are interested in acting, directing, working backstage, or ushering, we always welcome new volunteers. Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of every month (except June, July, August, and December) at 7:00 pm. Our meetings have joined the Zoomiverse for now.

Theater is about relationships. Our art elicits empathy, asks for reflection, expects change, and requires cooperation. Theater is for everyone.


Boise Little Theater is doing what we can to protect our volunteers and patrons while making live theater. To learn more about our plans, visit our COVID-19 update page.


You can apply for or renew a Boise Little Theater Working Membership by phone, mail, or online. To renew by check, please mail your membership application and dues ($10 for individuals, $20 for families) to the box office at 100 E Fort St, Boise ID 83712. If you prefer to pay with a card, please call our box office at 208-342-5104 or pay online (see pro tip below). Applications for renewals or new memberships are available to download here: http://boiselittletheater.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/BLT-Working-Membership-Application.pdf. Especially now, your membership dues are needed and appreciated! Thank you.

PRO TIP: To pay your dues online, use the “Pay My Dues” button below to access BLT’s converge pay portal. There you can securely pay $10 for an individual or $20 for a family membership directly to our bank. When you email your completed Working Membership Application pdf to boxoffice@boiselittletheater.org, please mention you paid your dues this way.

 

Thank you!


Did you catch the Idaho News 6 features on Boise Little Theater? Watch Natasha Williams’ reports on coping during the pandemic:


You can support our nonprofit community theater when you shop! There are so many new opportunities that we made a special page for you to browse: http://boiselittletheater.org/supportbyshopping/. Don’t “shop ’till you drop!” You can help Boise Little Theater from the comfort and safety of your home. Here are a few ways:


Shop for BLT show posters and other merchandise in our Spreadshirt shop: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/bltmerchandise/.


Start your shopping at smile.amazon.com and choose Boise Little Theater as your charity and for every purchase you make, Amazon will donate to Boise Little Theater at no cost to you. AmazonSmile and the AmazonSmile logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.

Link your Fred Meyer Shopper’s Card to Boise Little Theater and all you have to do is shop at Freddie’s using the Shopper’s Card number associated with your digital account, and at no added cost to you, you’ll be helping Boise Little Theater through the Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program.

Visit http://boiselittletheater.org/supportbyshopping/ for all our offers.


Boise Little Theater’s 72nd Annual Beulah Awards ceremony was incorporated into our first “Cabernet Cabaret” fundraiser streamed live to our Facebook. Miss it? Watch here. Who won the Beulah Awards? Look here. Thank you to everyone who made this event such a success!

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