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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
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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

Capitol Theatre

Capitol Theatre Tickets & Event Calendar
50 West 200 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101 (801) 323-6800

The Capitol Theatre is one of Salt Lake County’s most beloved buildings. A landmark in downtown Salt Lake since 1913, a newspaper reporter at the time described the building as “rich and restful, without vulgar or gaudy display.” Vaudevillians, silent movies, and “talkies,” were the mainstay in the theatre for years.

Renovated and reopened in 1978 the Capitol Theatre is known today for its elegant turn-of-thecentury architecture and serves as the home for Ballet West, Utah Opera, Children’s Dance Theatre, and Broadway Across America -Utah.

The Capitol hosts a wide variety of events each season. Recent events include auditions for Fox Television’s So You Think You Can Dance; singers Sinead O’Conner and Jim Brickman; comedian Carlos Mencia; and the annual KUER Public Radio Silent Film night. Large scale productions at the Capitol include The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, and Miss Saigon.

Event Types

  • Dance
  • Concerts
  • Plays
  • Films
  • Lectures

Theatre Information

  • The Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center is owned and operated by Salt Lake County Center for the Arts
  • Located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City
  • 15 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport
  • Easy access from I-15
  • One block from the Salt Palace Convention Center
  • Full Complement of Lighting, Video and Audio Equipment
  • Radio Frequency Assisted Listening System
  • Proscenium Stage

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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Abravanel Hall

Abravanel Hall is a concert hall in Salt Lake City, Utah that is home to the Utah Symphony and Opera, and is part of the Salt Lake County Center for the Arts.

The hall is an architectural landmark in the city, and is adjacent to Temple Square and the Salt Palace on South Temple Street. Known for its outstanding acoustics and grand four-story lobby with a spectacular view of downtown Salt Lake City.

In addition to the Symphony, many other artists have graced the Abravanel Hall stage. Concerts by diverse musicians including Jethro Tull and Lenny Kravitz; comedians Jerry Seinfeld and George Carlin; NPR’s A Prairie Home Companion; and lectures by luminaries Jane Goodall and Michael Pollan are just a few of the exciting events presented at the Hall.

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    123 W South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84101-1403  (801) 355-2787

Related Information

Phantom of the Opera

A disfigured musical genius hides in the depths of the Paris Opera House. What could he want? What is his dark secret? The singers, dancers and musicians of award-winning Vox Lumiere combine new music, theater and the classic Lon Chaney silent film to uncover the mysteries of the Phantom in an explosive entertainment experience that brings this silent movie masterpiece to life!

Opera Under the Stars

Hear some of your favorite Opera and Broadway songs in the cool autumn air at the Gallivan Center. Classics from Cats, Les Miserable, Carmen and more will be performed throughout the night to create a magical and romantic evening.

George Dyer, Tenor
George Dyer, from Kaysville Utah, is known throughout North America as a gifted tenor and performs often for New York City Opera and Utah Opera. He has been featured as a soloist with the Utah Symphony, Ballet West, and as a guest soloist for Kurt Bestor.

Genevieve Christianson, Soprano
A native New Yorker, Genevieve Christianson now lives in Salt Lake City. The soprano star is a popular soloist with numerous opera companies and symphonies throughout the nation.

Lawrence F. Gee, Pianist
Lawrence F. Gee is a well known pianist and collaborator in the Salt Lake Community. He was an assistant conductor at New Your City Opera under Beverly Sills and other professional opera companies. His instrumental hymn arrangements have been published by jack Man Music Company.

Opera

Hansel and Gretel

Hansel and Gretel Opera, Capitol Theatre, Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, Utah, Utah OperaUtah Opera Presents Hansel and Gretel at the Capitol Theatre in Salt Lake City.

Two lost children would be a tasty treat for the evil Witch, but Hansel and Gretel are too clever to be served as dinner. Grimm’s timeless fairy tale comes alive with glorious music, an eerie forest, and mystical woodland creatures.
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In German with English supertitles.

Ari Pelto, Conductor
David Gately, Director
Leah Wool, Hansel
Anya Matanovič, Gretel
Jennifer Roderer, Witch

Student tickets are available for students to attend USUO performances at a more accessible price. For convenience, two student tickets can be purchased per student ID.