For just $99, you can now get your season tickets for Boise Contemporary Theater's 2010-2011 season.
The Krumblin Foundation starts it all off Saturday, Oct. 9, written by Fool Squad funnymen Joe Golden and Tom Willmorth. Then Tru, by Jay Presson Allen, brings Truman Capote to life on BCT's stage in November and December, while Idaho playwright Samuel D. Hunter co-premieres Norway in January and February. The season ends in April with Eric Coble's The Velocity of Autumn. But you have just two more days to get your BCT discount tickets—sale ends Wednesday, Sept. 15.
Also, the BCT Children's Reading Series begins Sunday, Sept. 19, with Shipwrecked! An Entertainment, performed by Dwayne Blackaller, and promises adventurous tales of high seas and flying wombats. This is the first of four performances, and you can get season passes for just $40 for adults and $25 for kids ages 4-18.