The first show of the season for Boise State Department of Theatre Arts, “All in the Timing,” premiers at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 3.
The show is free for full-time Boise State students; tickets are available for pick up ahead of time at the Student Union Information Desk. The show will take place in the Danny Peterson Theater in the Morrison Center. It is recommended for mature audiences only, due to language and content.
“‘All in the Timing’ is a group of absurd and witty short plays by David Ives that seemed best suited to an intimate, informal venue—a room with a kind of comedy-club vibe,” said Tracy Sunderland, director of “All in the Timing.”
The contemporary set designed by Mike Baltzell creates the worlds in “All in the Timing.”
There are six original acts, all with comical circumstances and awkward encounters.
Each explores a journey through language told by the stories of a tongue-tied first date, three chimpanzees, a musical parody, a foreign language class, an unlucky day, and a case of sudden death.
“We hope it’ll be a fun place to visit and to share some laughs, hear some music and to enjoy the wacky, wonderful work of our talented students,” Sunderland said.
The show runs 7:30 p.m. Oct. 3-5, 9-12 and 2 p.m. Oct. 6 and 13.For more information, go to theatrearts.boisestate.edu.