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Idaho State Museum brings Bob Hope back to the stage

A microphone next to a neon sign that reads "So Ready For Laughter: The Live Show."
Idaho State Museum

Last November, we told you about an exhibit at the Idaho State Museum called "So Ready for Laughter: The Legacy of Bob Hope" that explores Hope's tours during WWII.

That exhibit is now about to close with a big live show. The museum is bringing hope to the stage for three special performances, along with live music and a fashion history show.

Nicole Inghilterra, curator of collections and exhibitions with the Idaho State Museum, and Bob Hope himself joined Idaho Matters to tell us more.

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