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Congratulations to Joe Colletti, the winning bidder for two tickets to Boise Little Theater’s opening night of, “Matilda the Musical” benefitting the Gerner Scholarship Fund! Seats were generously donated back to the theater by season ticket holders Greg and Patti Finley to raise funds for this worthy cause. Joe, BLT hopes you enjoyed a wonderful night! Would YOU like to help fund BLT scholarships with a donation? Thanks for your generosity!
Get your FREE digital program for Roald Rahl’s MATILDA THE MUSICAL with a special coupon code inside to save 15% off at your local Rediscovered Books (or online). Books are a perfect gift! Download your program now:
Interested in tech at BLT? We need vaccinated crew members for this season. Come to our general business meeting at 7:00 pm on Monday, January 17th, and let us know what you’re interested in. We really couldn’t do it without technicians!
Flex passes are available through our box office! See shows postponed in Season 72 & 73, plus some magical new titles: boiselittletheater.org/current-season. Call our box office M-F 11a-3p at 208-342-5104.
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Boise Little Theater is planning to transform our rehearsal hall where children’s theater classes are taught into a black box space to produce more community theater. You can earmark your donation for this renovation, for a new BLT Star in our lobby, or one of our scholarship funds. Without an in-person audience to buy refreshments at intermission, these funds are not supporting our Student Club scholars as before we were shut down. We would greatly appreciate anything you can contribute.
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