. . . at the MadDog Gallery on Main
PO Box 1131, Challis, ID 83226
208 - 879 - 2745   Mon - Fri, 10 - 4
info@challisartscouncil.org
challisarts@custertel.net

The Performing Arts

Please refer to the Calendar of Events
for additional Performing Arts throughout the year.

IDAHO SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL’S   mission is to produce great theater, entertain and educate. To realize this mission, the Festival seeks to:

Develop an artistic home for theater artists that supports emerging actors, encourages new regional and national playwrights, promotes sustained employment oppor-
tunities for artists and attracts the very best artistic staff;

Educate through a range of programs, including programs and tours for K – 12 children and teachers, ongoing adult education, interpretive programming, affiliations with universities and cultural organizations, as well as residencies and training opportunities for actors;

Illuminate human nature and our rich cultural heritage through a repertory that includes the plays of William Shakespeare, the richest and most complex in the English language, together with other works from a variety of dramatic periods and genres; and

Promote cultural understanding through highlighting diverse traditions and supporting artists and audiences of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.

MISSOULA CHILDREN’S THEATRE   is from the Theatre’s International Tour project to local activities for kids and adults in Missoula, MCT programs are all designed to develop the personal and professional skills and goals of the participants. The excellence of our productions along with our unique and acclaimed teaching methods result in the successful fulfillment of our mission: The development of life skills in children through participation in the performing arts.

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTiNG CONCERT: Challis Arts Council, in cooperation with the Hardy family and Challis Area Chamber of Commerce, pitches in to celebrate the yuletide season with a community concert of Christmas songs.

DINNER THEATER: Challis Arts Council hopes to revive this popular event in 2019.