July 6-17, 2016 | Reynolds Hall


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This isn’t your grandmother’s prairie musical. In fact, it’s funny, irreverent and fresh. Born out of wedlock from the golden age of American musicals, IDAHO! The Comedy Musical is a great big tater sack of fun, whether you love musicals or absolutely hate them.

What’s it about? Three couples on the frontier and the comedy that ensues. This brand new show is still in development and it has everything you look for in a blockbuster musical. It has laughs, it has songs, it has romance and yes, it has potatoes. This musical comedy will leave you in stitches and political correctness flapping in the breeze.

The Smith Center is excited to give our audiences a chance to see a new production while it is in development and before it goes to Broadway. Idaho! The Comedy Musical just has a great script and the music is delivered by extraordinary performers. Consider this your opportunity to peek behind the curtain and see how Broadway shows are developed, and experience the creative process in action.

Written by Buddy Sheffield with music by Buddy Sheffield and Keith Thompson, IDAHO! The Comedy Musical will be produced by The Smith Center. IDAHO! The Comedy Musical may not be appropriate for all audiences. This show contains adult content and language. PG 13 suggestive references, humor.

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Andy Has Designs on Idaho!

Wednesday June 30, 2016. IDAHO! The Comedy Musical, a Smith Center production in Reynolds Hall July 6-17, is written by Buddy Sheffield with music by Buddy Sheffield and local Las Vegan Keith Thompson. But, there’s another local involved in this hilarious takeoff on Broadway musicals: Andy Walmsley, the set designer. Myron Martin, President and CEO of The Smith Center, contacted Walmsley about designing sets for this original sho