Don’t miss comedian and musician, Mike Murphy in the Boiler Room every Wednesday night, beginning December 22 through March 23, 2011. New Material – No Cover Charge! Doors open at 5:00pm, Show starts at 6:00pm. For more Boiler Room information call 622-2148.
Mike’s Last Stand!
Mike will perform 3 dates the final week of March. Tuesday, March 29, Wednesday, March 30 and Friday, April 1. These are the final shows of the season! $10 tickets will be sold in advance only for all three shows at the Sun Valley Recreation Center in the Sun Valley Village. All proceeds will go to the Wood River Valley Animal Shelter. 622-2135
By Popular Demand!
Mike Murphy will be available for private engagements.
Join the Fun!
Friday December 26 through Tuesday, December 30 and on New Year’s Eve.
Evening Fun for Youths Ages 6-14 – Sun Valley Inn Continental Room.
Fun, adult supervised activities every night including: Arcade Games, Crafts,
Fast-Track Auto Racing and more!
Time: 6-10pm nightly. Cost is $25 per person at the door. Reservations not required December 26-30.
On December 31, New Year’s Eve, the Continental Room will be open from 7:30pm -1am. Tickets are $75 and on sale now at the Sun Valley Recreation Center. (208) 622-2135
The Sun Valley Playschool will also be open for evening hours December 21-31 for infants and children through age 5. Reservations required. (208) 622-2288
Don’t miss the off-Broadway musical revue Forever Plaid in the Sun Valley Boiler Room starring Paul Stoops, Wally Huffman, Robert Neman & John Mauldin singing 4-part harmony, telling jokes and dancing on stage.
Sundays at 7:30pm. Doors open at 6:30pm
Tickets are $10 at the door.
Boiler Room Hotline: (208) 622-2148
Beginning with a special holiday show on Sunday, December 26.
No show: January 2 & 9, February 6, March 6 or March 20
Forever Plaid is an off-Broadway musical comedy written by Stuart Ross in New York in 1990 and now performed internationally. The critically acclaimed show is an affectionate revue of the close-harmony “guy groups” (e.g. The Four Aces, The Four Freshmen) that reached the height of their popularity during the 1950s. Personifying the clean-cut genre are the Plaids. This quartet of high-school chums’ earnest dreams of recording an album ended in death (literally and indeed, symbolically) in a collision with a bus filled with Catholic schoolgirls on their way to see the Beatles’ American debut on The Ed Sullivan Show. The play begins with the Plaids returning from the afterlife for one final chance at musical glory.
The songs they sing during the course of the musical include: “Three Coins in the Fountain”; “Undecided”; “Gotta Be This or That”; “Moments to Remember”; “Crazy ‘Bout Ya, Baby”; “No, Not Much”; “Sixteen Tons”; “Chain Gang”; “Perfidia”; “Cry”; “Heart and Soul”; “Lady of Spain”; “Scotland the Brave”; “Shangri-La”; “Rags to Riches”; and “Love is a Many-Splendored Thing”.