Draper Historic Theater
12366 South 900 East, Draper, UT 84020
The Draper Historic Theatre has strong cultural and historical significance to the community. In 1938, Annie Pearl and John A. Howell family built a movie house named “The Pearl.” Vaudeville performances would start off the evening followed by a movie or two. Many locals felt fortunate to have a first-run theatre right in their small town.
For many generations this building, now on the Draper Historic Register, served as a gathering place for the south end of the valley. In 1988, the theater was purchased by Charles and Vanessa Nelson, who added theatrical lighting, sound and expanded the stage, enabling the presentation of live shows. With humble beginnings, DHT grew into what could be called “the best-kept secret in the valley.” Ten years later, DHT became a non-profit organization and in 2004 the Board of Directors purchased the building from the Nelsons through a major fundraising effort. Having the organization purchase the building allows for the theater to truly belong to the Draper community.
A listing of things to do in Utah during the month of June. Little Cottonwood Creek at Murray Park, Murray, Utah (featured above). Rivers and streams peaking the end of May and the first part of June make for a very enjoyable and refreshing time to explore our many parks that are often created around these life providing water sources.
History and Fantasy unite every year in May at the Utah Renaissance Festival and Fantasy Faire in Marriott-Slaterville only 30 minutes from north Salt Lake City.
Here time stands still as myth and legend collide in a fanciful display of the Renaissance period interspersed with eccentric and whimsical elements of a time that never truly was.
As you step through the gates into Hawkhurst Village, Fairies float by on gossamer wings, Gypsies belly dance to the beat of a rhythmic drum, Pirates fiercely guard their treasures, Mermaids splash playfully in their own pool of water, Magicians perform amazing illusions, and in the distance you can see the Knights of Honor preparing for their jousting tournament that is to be presided over by the Royal Court and King Henry VIII. You’ll also have the chance to wander through the Guild Encampment where you can visit with the Romans and Azure Rose.
1st & 2nd Week of May
Wiseguys Comedy Club
194 400 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
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9192 S. 300 W. Suite 2
Sandy, Utah 84070
Established in 1998
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Enter the world of A Christmas Carol
A dinner theater event!
A Salty Dinner Theater production appearing at The Old Spaghetti Factory in Orem.
Experience Charles Dickens and his cast of characters and travel back in time to learn with Scrooge the true meaning of Christmas. An interactive musical comedy dinner show, a Christmas Classic as it has never been done before.
Interactive musical comical dinner theater. Classic shows in ways they have never been done before. Theater through a fun filter. You have the chance to talk to characters face to face throughout the evening and even take part in the show (for those who’d like to).
Menu with special dinner theater pricing provided, dinner sold separately.
The largest single annual event in Utah featuring live concerts, entertainment, rides, rodeo, art, barnyard friends, little hands on the farm, ice cream festival and more.
1st & 2nd Week of September
For over 30 years, the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival is one of the nation’s premier storytelling events! Attendees from around the world come to hear stories from unforgettable performers in an enchanted setting—the Ashton Gardens at Thanksgiving Point.
1st Week of September