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Utah Theatre Listing

Salt Lake County

Eccles Theatre
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Salt Lake
Hale Theatre
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Sandy
Kingsbury Hall
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University of Utah
Capital Theatre
Showtimes
Salt Lake
Pioneer Theatre Company
Showtimes
University of Utah
Off Broadway Theatre
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Salt Lake
Desert Star Playhouse
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Murray
Grand Theatre
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Salt Lake
Draper Historic Theatre
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Draper
Midvale Main St. Theatre
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Midvale
Sugar Factory Playhouse
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West Jordan

Summit County

Egyptian Theatre Company Park City

Davis County

CenterPoint Legacy Theatre
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Centerville
Farmington Arts Theater
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Farmington

Weber County

Peery’s Egyptian Theater Ogden

Washington County

Tuacahn Amphitheatre and Center for the Arts St. George

Acting Companies

The Children’s Theatre
Salt Lake Acting Company
Salty Dinner Theater
Wasatch Theatre Company
West Jordan Youth Theatre

Acting Schools

The Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts
The Children’s Theatre

CenterPoint Legacy Theatre

The New Theatre

In January 2011, Rodgers Memorial Theatre will be moving to a new home in the beautiful, state-of-the-art CenterPoint Legacy Theater, located in the Davis Center for Performing Arts at 525 N 400 W, Centerville, Utah. The new center will house a main stage theatre with over 500 seats, as well as a black box theatre capable of seating up to 250–not to mention several rehearsal halls and classrooms!

Opening in February 2011, CenterPoint Legacy Theatre is bringing Broadway Magic, Utah Style to the Wasatch Front. Located at the center point between Sandy and Ogden, just off the Legacy Parkway and I-15 in Centerville, Utah. Don’t their exciting premiere season shows! Beginning with the Musical Hairspray on Valentine’s Day!



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Brigham Young University Museum of Fine Arts

BYU, Utah, Museum, Art, ProvoThe Brigham Young University Museum of Art is a four-story, modern facility of more than 102,000 square feet in size. The museum houses ten exhibition galleries, an auditorium, classrooms, a small theater, a print study room, a gift store, and security and administrative offices. The museum also contains state-of-the-art design, fabrication, imaging, registration, and storage areas. The Museum Café overlooks a beautiful sculpture garden and reflection pool.

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Parking and general admission for the BYU Museum of Art is FREE

Brigham Young University Museum of Art
500 Campus Dr. Provo, UT 84602  (801) 422-8287

Hale Center Theater – Orem

Hale Center Theatre Orem, Theater, Plays, Orem, Utah, Utah County, Utah Valley, Live Performances, Costume Rentals, Theatre Lessons, Acting LessonsThe Hale Center Foundation for the Arts and Education is dedicated to its three-fold mission to provide a high quality, intimate, theatrical experience while maintaining affordable ticket prices; furnish an excellent venue for artists to express their talents and gain valuable experience; and invest in people by providing a positive place for children and adults to learn and perform.

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Established in 1990 by Ruth and Nathan Hale, the Hale Center Theater Orem has stood as a pillar of the performing arts in Utah Valley ever since. It is also the main pillar of the Hale Center Foundation for the Arts and Education. Now in their eighth straight year of being voted “Best Live Theater of Utah Valley,” HCTO continues to put on over 300 performances of family-friendly comedies and musicals each year.

With over 15,000 costume designs in stock, Archive Costumes ships regularly to schools, theaters, partygoers, and event organizers all over the United States! One satisfied customer raves, “You won’t find a better costume design team in Utah!”

Acting, dance, and yoga classes and costume rentals also available!

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Candlelight Christmas

It’s hard to describe the magic of Candlelight Christmas. We’d like you to experience it! The Village is decorated like a Currier & Ives card, and you’ll feel like you’ve taken a step back in time when you join us for this enchanting event.

You’ll enjoy a visit with Father Christmas and see real live reindeer (taking a break from their duties at the North Pole)! In the quiet of the Village the live Nativity scene is sure to touch the hearts of young and old alike. The Heritage Village Carolers return each year for an encore presentation, providing an inspiring backdrop to the glitter of lights, the glow of warm fires and the smells of Christmas.

Take home a little bit of Christmas by joining in the fun of making crafts and homemade decorations in one of the decorated historic homes or pioneer cabins. And you can save all your holiday shopping for your visit to the Park. The Gift Shop at the Visitors Center and the ZCMI Mercantile have Salt Lake’s best selection of unique, all-occasion gifts for everyone on your list!

Observe a Christmas like the pioneers did – quieter, simpler, fun for all. Make Candlelight Christmas part of your cherished family traditions. Bundle up and join us for an event you’ll be talking about for years to come! Now that’s a family memory!

Fall Harvest Festival

It has already been admitted by many, cherished reader, that this is Utah’s most fun place to spend the harvest season!

  • Corn Maze
  • New Outdoor Blackout Maze
  • Train Rides, Pony Rides (starting Oct. 1st) Monday-Friday 5-8 pm Saturday 1-4  & 5-8pm
  • Super Slide
  • Hay Jump
  • TWO Hay Fort Pirate Ships
  • Gourd Launcher (as soon as the gourds come on!)
  • Kids’ Straw Bale Maze
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Concessions (start Oct. 4th)

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Chris Proctor with Alicia McGovern

Critics call Chris Proctor’s guitar playing “breathtaking,” “haunting,” and “rich.” They describe his compositions as “spectacular,” “elegant,” and “exquisite.” They trace the roots of his style to folk, jazz, pop, and classical music, and, when all else fails, they try and categorize his playing as “baroque folk,” or “Instrumental Americana.” The guitar press compares him to Leo Kottke and Michael Hedges. Another reviewer ventures this analysis: “In his taut, faceted compositions, Chris gives the guitar sole responsibility for a piece’s rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic components, and in the process creates full-voiced ‘guitar songs.’ His playing illuminates the instrument’s deepest voices and most sonorous qualities, rendering a pop-folk equivalent of the classical guitar sonata.”

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