The Egyptian Theatre

Tuesday, July 28th, 2015 Boise's oldest theatre, and home to Opera Idaho

The primary mission of Opera Idaho is to fund and produce opera of the highest possible professional standard, in Boise and throughout the State of Idaho, and to foster wider acceptance, appreciation and enjoyment of opera and related art forms in young people and adults of all social and economic backgrounds, through diverse educational and outreach programs.

Opera Idaho Website

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THE MUSIC MAN IN CONCERT AT THE EGYPTIAN THEATRE
TICKET LINK
Seating is general admission per Tier.
Tier 1 is on the Main Floor.
Tier 2 is in the balcony. The Balcony is all stairs, there is no ramp/elevator for wheelchair access.

THE MUSIC MAN IN CONCERT AT THE IDAHO SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL
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The Idaho Shakespeare Festival Amphitheater & Reserve is located at 5657 Warm Springs Avenue. DIRECTIONS Following I-84, take the Highway 21 exit (same as the Micron/Gowen Field exit) and proceed toward Idaho City. Once you cross the bridge at the Boise River, take an immediate left onto Warm Springs Avenue, heading west. The theater is two miles on the left behind the Idaho Department of Parks & Recreation offices. – OR – Take the Connector into downtown Boise, staying on Myrtle Street and Parkcenter Boulevard. After approximately six miles, you’ll see the Amphitheater on the right, behind the Idaho Department of Parks & Recreation office building.

Parking: Parking is plentiful and located adjacent to the Festival Amphitheater. A convenient ‘drop off’ zone for patrons is located at the main entrance, and special parking is available for seniors, expectant mothers and patrons with limited mobility.