Upcoming Events at CSI

JAN25 Soiled Doves - CSI Stage Door Series Thu 7:30 PM College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Theater
In 2011, The Nevada Shakespeare Company wrote produced an original play, Voices in the Life, based on interviews and research exploring the history and cultural impact of prostitution and human trafficking in the state of Nevada. CSI's Shane Brown and Camille Barigar, in collaboration with Cameron Crain, founder of The Nevada Shakespeare Festival, and Norman Stephens, executive producer of the original play, have revitalized the project, and rewritten the script, to explore the same concepts in the Magic Valley. Join us as members of the Twin Falls theater community perform a table reading of the original script Soiled Doves. This script promises to illuminate the lives of the women who have worked in the prostitution industry and been coerced into dark world of human trafficking, as well as explore the implications for the women themselves, and our rural community as a whole. Individual Ticket Prices: $10/adults, $5/CSI or high school and under students.
JAN27
CSI Boxing Smoker Sat 6:30 PM College of Southern Idaho Expo Center
Doors open at 6 PM. The first fight starts at 8 PM. Advance Ticket Prices: General Admissions:
$10, Reserved Bleacher: $15, Mezzanine: $15, Reserved Floor: $18, Ringside: $30, All tickets
$2 more at the door. Ticket Outlets: Vickers Western Store, The Shoe & Tack Shop, Jerome, EZ Money Auto, Burley, CSI Expo Center Office. All proceeds go to support the CSI Rodeo Team. Dedicated to the Memory of Cole Hatcher. For more information, please contact Steve Birnie at
208-732-6620 or Kelly Wardell at 208-732-6618.
JAN30
Art Reception: Heritage Habitats Tue 7 PM Herrett Center for Arts & Science Twin Falls
Art Reception: Heritage Habitats by Ginger Owen-Murakami and Vicki Van Ameyden. Heritage Habitats is a series of physical spaces for contemplation and invocation of ancestry. Framed around nostalgia and memory, Kites, Cairn, Grove, Heartwood and Roots are large scale, sculptural and experiential installations that engage in viewers' unique memories and experiences. In essence, the work emphasizes commonalities that bind people and cultures and serve as an expression of humanism.



 
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