Join us Monday, April 19th at 7:00 pm for BLT’s next Membership Meeting online: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83099019348?pwd=T3pJUUxaUm5jaU5FNnErSFY5L2QzZz09.
🎭💺🏷️ Own a “little” piece of BLT! Seats from our house now available for yours: http://boiselittletheater.org/product/bltseats/
USHERS NEEDED! BLT needs ushers to help with programs, water bottles, & guiding patrons to their new seats for in-person shows. BLT has new protocols to protect patrons & volunteers while welcoming audiences starting April 16. To volunteer, please review our procedures [boiselittletheater.org/covid-19-update] & email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 208-342-5104.
⚛️ BLT installed a GPS NPBI: http://boiselittletheater.org/covid-19-update/
Up Next: “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” by Alan Ball. Director Wendy Koeppl’s 25th show at Boise Little Theater! Digital program: https://heyzine.com/flip-book/6771eb4d82.html. Tickets for individual and group tickets for in-person performances for April 16-18, 22-25, 29-30, & May 1, 2021, available now. Please note that the ticketing system uses “pod seating” and will automatically give you the best available seats at the time of purchase, then block off the seats around your party to create social pods for everyone’s comfort and safety. This reduces capacity, so we’ve added a matinee to the first Sunday of the run on April 18th.
Oh What An Opening Night After Party!
In honor of Wendy Koeppl’s 25th show at BLT, we’re had an After Party on opening night of “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” by Alan Ball, 4/16. Thanks to everyone who celebrated with Wendy and her entourage, walked our red carpet, and enjoyed cake and a champagne toast! We appreciate everyone who helped make it happen.
UPDATE, Friday, April 9, 2021:
Boise Little Theater’s Board of Directors and staff have implemented new protocols in preparation for our return to in-person seating. Please review a summary of our Covid-19 Protocols. We are 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.
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