Boise - Boise Little Theater

100 East Fort Street

The Boise Little Theater began its distinguished history of continuous productions in 1948, making it one of the oldest all volunteer community theaters in the nation. It has demonstrated an extraordinary stability, many of its members having been with the organization for over forty years, and some from the very beginning.

After a devastating fire in 1957 that destroyed the theater building at Gowen Field and caused the death of two BLT members, a new theater was built in the Fort Boise area of Boise City. This unique round theater has become a city landmark.


joanie allen

Friday, Oct. 27, 2017
My daughter took me to the Addams Family October 26th. What a great experience. We laughed and had such a good time. I would recommend this to everyone. Thank you for such a great night with my daughter.

Gary Miller

Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017
Wonderful productions! Great volunteer staff!

J. kaufman

Thursday, April 27, 2017
Always a good show going on here. Lots of classics and excellent performances. About 8 shows a year I think and they run for about 3 weeks at a time. $1 (cash) cookies during intermission. Seats are cheap too. Excellent date night place.

Katie Laubengayer

Sunday, March 5, 2017
Always putting on really funny plays with good local actors. Supports good causes. Not too large so hardly a bad seat in the house.

Troy Kesner

Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018
Great actors, great venue, great show!

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