Posts Tagged ‘ Mystique Theater ’

Former Rexburg couple takes over renamed Palace Playhouse

Jan 25th, 2016 | By
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The Palace Playhouse, formerly known at the Mystique Performing Arts and Events Center, is located at 158 E. Chubbuck Road in Chubbuck.

By Amanda Beal amanda@uvsj.com Former Rexburg residents John and Trudy Bidwell have chosen to continue feeding their passion for theater by buying the theater previously known as the Mystique Performing Arts and Event Center. The theater, located in Chubbuck, has had its name changed to the Palace Playhouse, but owners and volunteers assure the public
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New Mystique director a stage veteran

Feb 22nd, 2013 | By
SUBMITTED PHOTO/ David Walker is a new director for the Mystique Theater in Chubbuck.

BY JILLIAN STAMBAUGH For the Journal CHUBBUCK — Changes continue at the Mystique Theater in Chubbuck with the arrival of David Walker as a director for the company.   Walker, who currently serves on the theater’s creative committee, was in talks with Mystique Theater owner Larry Fisher regarding future productions when the idea came up.
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Mystique seeks to broaden appeal

Jan 18th, 2013 | By
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   Larry and Debbie Fisher, the current owners of the Black Swan Inn in Pocatello, have bought the Mystique Theatre in Chubbuck and will expand its operations as the Mystique Performing Arts and Events Center. A grand opening is planned next spring. The December productions at the Mystique will continue as planned.

By David Ashby For the Journal The ornate Mystique Theater in Chubbuck has traditionally been known as a place that provides southeastern Idahoans a chance to see community-organized stage productions of well-known plays and musical performances. Now, with new owners Larry and Debbie Fisher taking charge effective Jan. 1, 2013, a newly established 16-member board
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Mystique presents tribute to Edgar Allan Poe

Oct 23rd, 2012 | By
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By Angie Williams For the Journal POCATELLO — Nothing says Halloween like the macabre writings of Edgar Allan Poe.  Terry Commons, owner and resident magician of the local Mystique Theater, is a firm believer.  That’s why the theme of this month’s Chamber of Shadows show focuses on Poe’s works.     In creating the Chamber of
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