Warren Miller’s “…Like There’s No Tomorrow” at Sun Valley Opera House

Sun Valley Opera House presents:

Warren Miller’s “…Like There’s No Tomorrow”

The world’s largest action sports film announces its 62nd annual U.S. tour

 

Showtimes:

  • Friday, October 28; 7pm
  • Saturday, October 29; 5pm
  • Saturday, October 29; 8pm
…Like There’s No Tomorrow is your annual reminder that winter is on its way and, with it, an adrenaline-fueled dance with gravity.

“Attack of La Niña” at Sun Valley Opera House

Matchstick Productions Presents:

Attack of La Nia

Sun Valley Opera House

October 19th, 7pm & 9pm

$10

 

“Attack of La Nia” is a recap of one of the longest and deepest North American winters on record, served up courtesy of the worldwide weather phenomenon known as la nia.

“Attack of La Nia” was filmed on location everywhere storms were served up in North America, including Alyeska AK, Terrace BC, Aspen CO, Whistler BC, Breckenridge CO, Mammoth Mountain CA, Stevens Pass WA, and many other world-class destinations.

Tickets on sale for “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play”

Tickets on sale starting today for “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” playing at Sun Valley Opera House

  • Tuesday, December 13; 7pm
  • Wednesday, December 14; 7pm
  • Thursday, December 15; 7pm
  • Friday, December 16; 8pm
  • Saturday, December 17; 8pm
  • Sunday, December 18; 3pm

General Admission Tickets can be purchased at Sun Valley Recreation Center or online at seats.sunvalley.com

  • $30 Adults
  • $20 Seniors (62 and over)
  • $10 Students (18 and younger)
  • $20 per ticket for groups of 6 or more (children stay at $10)

“It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” at Sun Valley Opera House

Sun Valley Resort proudly presents Company of Fool’s production of “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” at the Sun Valley Opera House.  A treasure for the whole family to enjoy.  The setting is Christmas Eve 1946 at radio station WCOF, where several talented radio players bring you all the characters (yes, all of them!) in “It’s a Wonderful Life” plus commercials, sound effects and music.  Create a lasting holiday memory for your family and friends with George Bailey – “the richest man in town.”  Recommended for ages 10 and up.

December 13-18, 2011

Tickets go on sale Oct 10

Purchase tickets at Sun Valley Recreation Center and on-line at seats.sunvalley.com

 

  • $30 Adults
  • $20 Seniors (62 and over)
  • $10 Students (18 and younger)
  • $20 per ticket for groups of 6 or more (children stay at $10)

Doors open 1 hour prior to show time

 

“It’s a Wonderful Life: a live radio play” will continue its run through December 30 at the Liberty Theater in Hailey.

Box Office Phone:  208-578-9122

companyoffools.org

Colin Hay to perform in the Sun Valley Opera House September 18

photo of Colin Hay

Colin Hay

The Sun Valley Center for the Arts presents: Colin Hay at the Sun Valley Opera House on Sunday, September 18 at 7pm. Tickets available only through the Sun Valley Center for the Arts.

You may know the name, you likely know the voice, but you have not seen a show like the troubadour-style solo performance by Scottish-born, Australian-raised, California-dwelling, Men at Work frontman, Colin Hay. He’ll bring a guitar and his distinctive voice to Sun Valley and will intersperse his classic and new songs with hilarious, poignant, and downright surreal stories drawn from his often unbelievable experiences over the past three decades. Please note: Colin Hay’s shows contain adult language and material that may not be suitable for all ages or audience members.
"Hay’s charm and reputation as a raconteur on stage also endear him to audiences." The Age – theage.com.au

Documentary Film “No Woman, No Cry” Jan 10 at the Opera House

On Monday, January 10 at 6pm, at the Sun Valley Opera House, St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation will present a talk by Dr. Thomas Burke on international women’s health issues. Dr. Burke is the Chief of the Division of Global Health and Human Rights at Massachusetts General Hospital and is a senior faculty member at Harvard Medical School. His life’s work focuses on transforming health care and human rights in vulnerable populations around the world, including Zambia, Liberia, Uganda, Mali, Kenya and Southern Sudan.

The evening will also feature "No Woman, No Cry," a documentary film directed by Christy Turlington-Burns. After delivering her first child, she suffered a serious complication, but was fortunate to receive prompt and competent care. "I was shocked to learn that more than 500,000 women die each year during childbirth—and 90% of these deaths are preventable."

Ms. Turlington-Burns is now enrolled in the Masters of Public Health program at Columbia University and has formed the organization, “Every Mother Counts.” Her film tells the stories of four pregnant women: in Tanzania, Bangladesh, Guatemala—and in the United States, which ranks 17th in the world in safe childbirth for mothers, behind such countries as Croatia and Greece.

After the screening, Dr. Burke will be joined for a question and answer session by Arlene Samen, Founder and President of One Heart Worldwide, who has designed and implemented successful birthing models in China, Nepal, Mexico and Tibet.

The evening’s presentation complements the work of St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation to support women’s health initiatives, as well as that of UNFPA (the United Nations Population Fund).
Dr. Burke has worked extensively with UNFPA and Ms. Turlington-Burns was recently honored by Americans for UNFPA.

The Fourth Annual Family of Woman Film Festival promoting the work of UNFPA will be held this February 18-20 at the NexStage Theatre in Ketchum. Films will include documentaries from Turkey, India and Iran, and discussion panels on the subject of women and the environment. Details can be found at: americansforunfpa.org.

3rd Annual Christmas Concert December 23

Don’t miss the 3rd Annual Classical Christmas Concert at the Sun Valley Opera House.
Doors open at 7:00pm and the concert starts at 7:30pm
Tickets are $35 on sale now at the Sun Valley Recreation Center: (208) 622-2135.

For a third straight year Sun Valley Resort brings together four incredible singers for a wonderful night of Christmas music at the historic Sun Valley Opera House. Brother and sister John (Tenor) and Leslie Mauldin (Soprano) and Celena Shafer (Soprano) have sung on stages throughout the United States and beyond to rave reviews. Accompanied by the Hatvani Ensemble of talented musicians on strings, piano an cello, they are excited to be singing together again and have chosen some of their all-time favorite Christmas songs to share with you.
Special appearances by Sun Valley favorites Paul Tillotson, Joe Fos, The Sun Valley Carolers and a chorus of local students will round out this festive concert.
From classical offerings to traditional Christmas tunes, their incredible voices and emotional delivery guarantee a night you won’t soon forget.

Australis, An Antarctic Ski Odyssey-December 16

Australis, An Antarctic Ski Odyssey will play at the Sun Valley Opera House on Thursday, December 16 at 6pm. Doors open at 5pm. Tickets are $10 at the door. .75cent Beers! While supplies last!

Ski legend Chris Davenport will be at the Opera House from 5-6pm selling and signing copies of his new book “50 Classic Ski Descents of North America.”

Second screening at 8pm at Whiskey Jaques in downtown Ketchum. Bring your Opera House ticket stub and get in free at Whiskey’s.
All proceeds to benefit the Sawtooth National Forest Avalanche Center.
Sponsored by Smith Optics.

In November 2009, Chris Davenport, Stian Hagen and Andrea Binning ventured to the bottom of the world in search of the ski lines of their dreams. During their journey to the Antarctic Peninsula, the team discovered a new understanding of the beauty of ski mountaineering and of the depths of human connection to nature…. This is their story.

“199 Lives: The Travis Pastrana Story” debuts at the Sun Valley Opera House Nov.18

On Thursday, November 18 Smith Optics will host the debut screening of a documentary about one of their most internationally recognized Motocross, Supercross, Freestyle Moto and Auto Racing athletes, Travis Pastrana.

Pastrana’s accomplishments are what legends are made of. On fire since the age of 14, when he became the 1998 World Freestyle Champion, Pastrana has gone on to become one of the most successful competitors in the history of X Games Freestyle Motocross.
By the way, he also races cars and has won back- to-back championships in the Rally America Series.

I can’t say more, as to give away the film, so come to the Sun Valley Opera House on November 18 and see “199 Lives: The Travis Pastrana Story” and how the boy next door rose through the ranks and disciplines to become the action sports icon he is today. Travis Pastrana will also be at the Opera House to sign autographs, and I hear he is a very nice guy, so don’t miss your chance to meet him.

Thursday, November 18, 2010 at the Sun Valley Opera House
4:30pm poster autograph signing session
Film from 5-7pm
Tickets are $10 and are only available at Smith Optics (280 Northwood Way Ketchum, Idaho) or at the door if not sold out. Cash only. (208) 726-4477

All proceeds go to the Idaho Mountain Dirt Riders Association for motorcycle track construction and maintenance in the Wood River Valley.

Warren Miller’s Wintervention plays Sun Valley Nov. 26 & 27

No Thanksgiving holiday weekend would be complete without a Warren Miller ski movie at the Sun Valley Opera House. Wintervention starts at 8pm on Friday and 6 & 9pm on Saturday. Tickets are $18 available at the door or at Sturtevants.

On Saturday before the movie, The Boiler Room will be open from 4:30-6pm
for a pre-screening party and raffle sponsored by KECH/KSKI.

Narrated by skiing icon Jonny Moseley, Warren Miller’s Wintervention is the definitive solution for the snow-obsessed. Wintervention takes riders like Reggie Crist, Chris Davenport, Jonny Moseley and Lindsey Vonn on a global tour of Alaska, Norway, Canada, Antarctica and beyond… delivering a successful Wintervention for all of us in need. Warren Miller films attract a cult-like following and mark the official start of winter for sports enthusiasts everywhere. Warren Miller premieres are an experience, a party and a phenomenon not to be missed.