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Experience the Performing Arts in Idaho

Throughout the Gem State, visitors can visit world-class performing arts centers and community arts councils. Here are a few suggestions for places you can investigate during your Idaho travels.

Morrison Performing Arts Center

The Morrison Performing Arts Center is set inside Boise State University. This lively Center features popular Broadway musical touring companies, as well as dance performances, solo musicians, touring groups, and stand-up comedians on national tours. From Miss Saigon to Josh Groban, there is always something going on.

Colonial Theater

The historic Colonial Theater in Idaho Falls, Idaho began its life in 1919 as a live performance venue. It was re-purposed as a theater from 1929 through 1990 but happily restored to its original purpose. It is now a treasured element of the Willard Arts Center.

L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center

L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center in Pocatello, Idaho showcases the best in dance, music, theater and more in its 123,000-square foot, cutting-edge complex.

Teton Arts Council

Established in 1994, the Teton Arts Council is located in Driggs – found in the Teton Valley of eastern Idaho. Housed in the Community Arts Center, TAC features workshops and classes for acting, art, writing, and more.

Operated entirely by volunteers, the Teton Arts Council showcases art in downtown Driggs in spots like the City Gallery and Alpine Wines & Bistro. TAC also features kid-friendly workshops like Kid's Paint Your Own Pottery, and Kid's Intro to Clay.