Set in the roaring 20s, Millie Dillmount is a Kansas girl that comes to New York. She embraces the flapper culture and desires to be wealthy through work and marriage. She befriends a young orphaned woman who is a target of chinese white slavers. It is not suggested for children under 13 as it will probably not keep them engaged.
Stage Director: Jonathon Perry
Assistant Director: Patti Finley
Vocal Director: Barb Oldenburg
Choreographer: Dugan Jackman
Orchestra Conductor: Kelley Smith
Allyn Krueger & Kelley Smith
Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts
2201 W Cesar Chavez Ln, Boise, ID 83725
Thursday – Saturday, May 9th, 10th, 11th –7:30pm
Saturday – Sunday, May 11th, 12th : Matinee –2:00 pm
The parking area is greatly reduced, but plenty of parking for cars should be available in the Brady Street Garage on West University Drive. Access to the front of the Morrison Center will be available to drop off passengers. If you need to drop off passengers, we suggest accessing West Cesar Chavez Lane from Capital Blvd. The lane entrance is before the traffic light north of the West University traffic light.
If you are arriving by bus, BMW needs to inform the Morrison Center of the number and size of the buses expected. Please send an email to Tickets@boisemusicweek.org
with information about the performance and length of the bus if you need parking for the vehicle.