Morrison Center: “This Is Just an Intermission”

Written by on 15 April 2020

Photo Courtesy: Morrison Center

In a press release today, the Morrison Center eased fan and season ticket holder worries with a simple proclamation. This is just an intermission.

On April 7th, 1987, the Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts opened on the banks of the Boise River. Since that day, the Morrison Center has provided the Treasure Valley with 3 decades of art and entertainment. The Morrison Center has been a beacon of creativity and free expression.

The Coronavirus may have temporarily closed operations at the Morrison Center, but it most certainly has not succeeded in closing it for good. Soon, the performing arts WILL return to the Morrison Center. In a press release today, the Morrison Center proudly announced that “this is just an intermission”. To accentuate this announcement, they teamed with Newton To Newton Productions to produce a “virtual love letter”. We hope you enjoy.

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