The neighborhood has gone to the bats! When Count Dracula moves into town, strange things begin to happen—especially for Dr. Seward. When his wife Mina and her friend, Lucy begin acting spooky, he calls on his bumbling old college professor, Dr. Van Helsing to help.
They must join forces to fight the Count or the audience just might die laughing!
Anna Tanner Duvall, Rio LeFevre, Corie Sorenson, Jenny Riley, Alyssa Powers, Carli Wilcox, Kyle Larsen, Matt Kohler, Dan Harvey, Rusty Bringhurst, Marc Reading, Matt Mullaney, Lee Daily Seward, Daniel Eggers, Brady Flanagan
Back by popular demand, Pickleville proudly presents: The Addams Family - our most SOLD OUT production in history... and for good reason too! Join the thousands that have made our annual fall production their favorite Halloween tradition. Complete with fall-themed concessions, our spookified log-cabin theater, and a talent-packed cast of Pickleville veterans, this whole experience is one you WILL NOT WANT TO MISS! Brought to you in traditional Pickleville style, The Addams Family is a fast-paced, hysterical, family-friendly musical featuring Gomez, Morticia, Wednesday, and all of your favorite Addams Family characters. Take a drive through the hauntingly gorgeous Logan canyon this fall and join us for what has been described as one of Pickleville’s more hilarious and outstanding productions of all time! “Get your tickets today—and if you don’t… we’ll kill you.”
A pair of buddies team up to save a failing inn without shooting their eyes out. Join us for holly jolly hijinks and yuletide laughter as these wacky friends navigate the holidays and try to save the day!
The neighborhood has gone to the bats! When Count Dracula moves into town, strange things begin to happen—especially for Dr. Seward. When his wife Mina and her friend, Lucy begin acting spooky, he calls on his bumbling old college professor, Dr. Van Helsing to help. They must join forces to fight the Count or the audience just might die laughing!
The dastardly Diamond Jack Butler is galloping toward taking control of the entire town of Deadwood. And the only thing standing in his way? Fearless Pony Express rider, Calamity Jane. She can save Deadwood, but only if she works together with her old pal Wild Bill Hickok. Can Jane put her pride aside and let Wild Bill help or will she go lone wolf and lose to Butler? Find out in this rootin’ tootin’ laughtastic Western with the Desert Star comedy you know and love.
This performance includes a collection of originally choreographed pieces from character dance to classical ballet including the return of our original Spring Fairytale. We look forward to seeing you there!
This performance is an originally choreographed production of a classic fairytale. Stay tuned for the announcement of what fairytale we will bring to life next season. We look forward to seeing you there!
Join us for an original ballet performance about a little girl, a Christmas party and a magic wand. Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis. We hope to see you there!
Deep Love is a theatrical event for lovers of music and storytelling. From its grassroots beginnings here in Utah, Deep Love has become a major musical phenomenon, supported by an extremely dedicated and loyal fanbase for over 10 years. Deep Love is a show without dialogue— a modern take on the opera— where the characters tell the story entirely through the veil of a rock & roll concert. A dynamic soundscape is created through blends of modern rock, blues, and folk music, specifically designed for each scenario and character. Happy, sad, fun, entertaining, heartwarming and heartbreaking, Deep Love is enjoyed by all audiences. Deep Love was a featured presentation of the New York Musical Theatre Festival in 2015, and in 2016 was an invitee to the prestigious Johnny Mercer Writers Colony at the Goodspeed Theatre in Connecticut. Funeral attire is recommended. Run time: 105 minutes including 15 minute intermission. Age policy: Recommended for all ages. 13 months and under do not require a ticket.
They Reminisce looks at Hip Hops dance, music, fashion, history and culture during three distinct eras of evolution. They Reminisce brings together some of Utah’s most talented Choreographers & Dancers. Through an original story and unique cast of characters, audience members will learn about Hip Hop’s history and culture. Run time: 90 minutes, includes 15 minute intermission. Age policy: Recommended for all ages. Babes-in-arms do not require a ticket.
Newest Broadway Mega-hit in its Utah Premiere! From the creative team who charmed us with Elf the Musical, a group of down-on-their-luck Broadway stars shake up a small Indiana town as they rally behind a teen who just wants to attend prom with her girlfriend. Contains strong language. Makes you believe in musical comedy again! — The New York Times So full of happiness that you think your heart is about to burst. — Variety The kind of show that would make the world a better place if everyone saw it. — O, The Oprah Magazine
2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama nominee for Best Play Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful, and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Schreck’s timely and galvanizing play became a sensation off-Broadway before transferring to Broadway where it received two Tony Award nominations among countless other accolades. The New York Times hailed What the Constitution Means to Me as “not just the best play to open on Broadway so far this season, but also the most important.” “Uproariously funny, wrenching moving, critically challenging & politically inspiring!” —The New York Review of Books “Endearingly funny & deeply affecting. It would be hard to identify a work for the theatre with its finger more on the pulse of America right now.” —The Washington Post “Joy comes from watching an imaginative a new kind of theatre emerge.”—The New York Times
A sleepy library that strategically straddles the U.S. and Canadian borders becomes an unlikely meeting place for separated families. Winner of the Next Act! New Play Summit, Fahmy tells the story five people from different countries and cultures choosing between breaking the law or saving themselves, while trying desperately to understand one another. Alliances are built and broken, borders are straddled, but love and human connection prevail. Contains strong language.