The Egyptian Theatre

Monday, November 24th, 2014 Boise's oldest theatre, and home to Opera Idaho

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    Thursday, November 20

    WARREN MILLER'S NO TURNING BACK

    7:00PM

    Opening:DOORS AT 6PM

    $17.25

    As skiers and snowboarders, we don't spend much time lookin g backward—we don't have to. Our history is all around us, in the age- old streets of the mountain towns where we gather and the quirky traditions handed down by the generations that taught us. The very act of carving a turn is a celebr ation of those who came before, even as we explore and innovate and push relent lessly forward into the unknown. That's where the mountains take us. No Turning Back, the latest ski and snowboard film from Warren Miller Entertainment, is 65 years in the making. We're taking a legacy that dates to before skis had edges and mountains had condos and we're running with it to every end of the winter world. From beneath blankets of powder in Niseko, Japan to the top of Greece's Mount Olympus, we’ll leave fresh t racks on faces that have never seen skiing and snowboarding quite like this before . Even after all this time, we’ll find new corners of the French Alps to clim b, Mom and Pop hills in Montana to ride, and ancient evidence of skiing in th e fjords of Norway. For 65 years, WME has documented the cutting edge of wi nter sports, from early alpine racing to the birth of freestyle, extreme skiin g, and snowboarding. Every single winter has seen riders pushing envelopes we didn't realize existed the winter before, and this year is no different. See Ingr id Backstrom and Jess McMillan push women's big mountain skiing to the edge o f Alaska's Chugach; watch Ted Ligety and the US Ski Team rewrite the rules of speed on the fearsome Birds Of Prey World Cup course, and witness JT H olmes and Ueli Kestenholz prove that the only thing more radical than extreme lines in the Swiss Alps are extreme lines off the Swiss Alps. And that's ju st half the story. There’s only one thing in life more anticipated than snowfall in winter, and that’s the Warren Miller movie every fall. The air is getting cold, and this time, there’s NO TURNING BACK.

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    Friday, November 21

    WARREN MILLER'S NO TURNING BACK

    7:00PM

    Opening:DOORS AT 6PM

    $17.25

    As skiers and snowboarders, we don't spend much time lookin g backward—we don't have to. Our history is all around us, in the age- old streets of the mountain towns where we gather and the quirky traditions handed down by the generations that taught us. The very act of carving a turn is a celebr ation of those who came before, even as we explore and innovate and push relent lessly forward into the unknown. That's where the mountains take us. No Turning Back, the latest ski and snowboard film from Warren Miller Entertainment, is 65 years in the making. We're taking a legacy that dates to before skis had edges and mountains had condos and we're running with it to every end of the winter world. From beneath blankets of powder in Niseko, Japan to the top of Greece's Mount Olympus, we’ll leave fresh t racks on faces that have never seen skiing and snowboarding quite like this before . Even after all this time, we’ll find new corners of the French Alps to clim b, Mom and Pop hills in Montana to ride, and ancient evidence of skiing in th e fjords of Norway. For 65 years, WME has documented the cutting edge of wi nter sports, from early alpine racing to the birth of freestyle, extreme skiin g, and snowboarding. Every single winter has seen riders pushing envelopes we didn't realize existed the winter before, and this year is no different. See Ingr id Backstrom and Jess McMillan push women's big mountain skiing to the edge o f Alaska's Chugach; watch Ted Ligety and the US Ski Team rewrite the rules of speed on the fearsome Birds Of Prey World Cup course, and witness JT H olmes and Ueli Kestenholz prove that the only thing more radical than extreme lines in the Swiss Alps are extreme lines off the Swiss Alps. And that's ju st half the story. There’s only one thing in life more anticipated than snowfall in winter, and that’s the Warren Miller movie every fall. The air is getting cold, and this time, there’s NO TURNING BACK.

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    Saturday, November 22

    WARREN MILLER'S NO TURNING BACK

    4:30PM AND 7:30PM

    Opening:DOORS AT 3:30PM AND 6:30PM

    $15.25 AND $17.25

    As skiers and snowboarders, we don't spend much time lookin g backward—we don't have to. Our history is all around us, in the age- old streets of the mountain towns where we gather and the quirky traditions handed down by the generations that taught us. The very act of carving a turn is a celebr ation of those who came before, even as we explore and innovate and push relent lessly forward into the unknown. That's where the mountains take us. No Turning Back, the latest ski and snowboard film from Warren Miller Entertainment, is 65 years in the making. We're taking a legacy that dates to before skis had edges and mountains had condos and we're running with it to every end of the winter world. From beneath blankets of powder in Niseko, Japan to the top of Greece's Mount Olympus, we’ll leave fresh t racks on faces that have never seen skiing and snowboarding quite like this before . Even after all this time, we’ll find new corners of the French Alps to clim b, Mom and Pop hills in Montana to ride, and ancient evidence of skiing in th e fjords of Norway. For 65 years, WME has documented the cutting edge of wi nter sports, from early alpine racing to the birth of freestyle, extreme skiin g, and snowboarding. Every single winter has seen riders pushing envelopes we didn't realize existed the winter before, and this year is no different. See Ingr id Backstrom and Jess McMillan push women's big mountain skiing to the edge o f Alaska's Chugach; watch Ted Ligety and the US Ski Team rewrite the rules of speed on the fearsome Birds Of Prey World Cup course, and witness JT H olmes and Ueli Kestenholz prove that the only thing more radical than extreme lines in the Swiss Alps are extreme lines off the Swiss Alps. And that's ju st half the story. There’s only one thing in life more anticipated than snowfall in winter, and that’s the Warren Miller movie every fall. The air is getting cold, and this time, there’s NO TURNING BACK.