High school senior and director Clare Eddy and Off Square’s Sadie Frank discuss the process of producing the play and how it’s mutually beneficial for the students involved and the community at large.
A growing theater scene in Rock Springs creates a safe space for people of all backgrounds.
The cultural organizations residing in the Center for the Arts come together for first of its kind collaboration.
The Roaring Divas, a new group of drag queens in western Colorado, are popularizing the gender-neutral term “Latine” in place of “Latinx.”
Director Allison Watrous and Off Square Theatre’s Sadie Frank discuss the layered context and complexities of the raucous comedy that celebrates female voices.
Off Square Theatre’s Natalia Macker and Melissa Elliott discuss the joy of bringing Shakespeare to life and this year’s production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
The local creative discusses the importance of Pride Month, nurturing local talent and creating his alter ego, “Your Girl Catherine.”
The Boise festival boasted more than 25,000 visitors but still managed to maintain its indie and non-commercial feel.
Two Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company members discuss the concept behind the production of “What Problem?”, which tackles social isolation and racial justice.