Wasatch Theatre Company invites you to step into the shoes of the citizens of Tuna, Texas. So sit back, exit the highway of life and spend a day in the small town of Tuna, Texas! You will feel right at home as we take a trip around town and peek into the lives of the inhabitants of Tuna. YOU KNOW THESE PEOPLE – they are your neighbors, your relatives, the people you bowl with! At the end of the day you can leave our little town, but you will never forget your time here and the people you meet along the way.
Wasatch’s production of Tuna opens Thursday, January 6th and runs through Saturday, January 29th, with 8:00 p.m. evening performances on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, and 2:00 p.m. matinee performances on Saturdays and Sundays (no matinees on January 8th and 15th). Performances take place in the Studio Theatre at the Rose Wagner Center for the Performing Arts (138 West 300 South). Tickets are $18.00 and can be purchased at www.arttix.org or by calling 801-355-ARTS.
Singer/songwriter Josh Rosenthal will be performing at the Rose Wagner Theater, Salt Lake City, Utah on February 5.
He will be performing for the city they love and reside. Rosenthal, originally from Texas, now calls Salt Lake City home and writes many of his songs to and for the people in this city.
If you like good music, poetry, stories you don’t want to miss out.
Singer/songwriter Johnny Cowan and poet Levi Rogers will join Rosenthal for the evening. Rogers writes poetry with both energy and softness exploring the relationship between the guttural and spiritual.
Plan-B Theatre Company presents MESA VERDE World Premiere by Matthew Ivan Bennett February 24th – March 6th, 2011
MESA VERDE explores the relationship between two estranged sisters who come together when one of them falls sick, allowing them to air their feelings about their mother, the way she died, the way she lived and taught them to live. A complex quest for hope and healing, MESA VERDE is about seeing the joy in our broken relationships and releasing the past. A play about facing family.
Recomended ages 8 and up. Everyone must have a ticket and no babes in arms. No Late Seating
Learn all about Flamenco dances and rhythms with the dancers of Tablado and the Repertory Dance Theater!
Utah Contemporary Theatre is the nation’s only all free professional theater company, relying on grants, donations, and creative fundraising to guarantee that theater is accessible to anyone and everyone.
“Neglect” was given its first showing in Utah by UCT as a free reading during the Edward Lewis Black Theatre Festival in February of 2010. The success of this reading prompted Utah Contemporary Theatre to mount a full production with the same cast and director: Yolanda Wood as Rose and Carleton Bluford as Joseph, with Anne Stewart Mark directing. Synopsis as follows:
Rose Ann Hayes is an elderly African-American woman. Her once middle-class Chicago neighborhood has become rundown and overrun with street thugs. Living alone, she has become afraid to even leave her apartment long enough to retrieve her daily mail. Joseph is a young, unemployed, African-American man who lives in the same neighborhood. During the 1995 Chicago heat wave that left over 700 Chicago residents dead, the two are thrown together by circumstance and desperation. Through its depiction of two marginalized Black communities – the elderly and the unemployed young – Neglect acts as a powerful examination of fear, loneliness, and the desperation that comes of impossible circumstances.
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Children’s Ballet Theatre presents MOLLY MOUSE’S SUGAR PLUM DEBUT in the Jeanne’ Wagner Theatre.
Molly Mouse’s Sugar Plum Debut is a delightful ballet choreographed especially for familiies with young children. Over 150 life size micescamper across the stage as Molly’s Ballet School prepares for their Holiday production of The Nutcracker. Beautifully choreographed to Tchiakovsky’s score this is the perfect way to introduce children to the wonderful world of ballet.
A Birthday celebration for Molly Mouse will follow the Sat Dec 4th Matinee performance in the Rose Room. All Sat Matinee ticketed patrons are invited. Cake & Ice Cream will be served along with a special visit from Molly Mouse herself.
An all ages event.
Infants 0-13 months do not require a ticket.
Children 4 years and younger $5.00
Students/Children 4 years to 17 years $12.00