The stakes are higher than ever in this dynamic stage musical, as SpongeBob and all of Bikini Bottom face the total annihilation of their undersea world. Chaos erupts. Lives hang in the balance. And just when all hope seems lost, a most unexpected hero rises up and takes center stage.
Run time: 135 minutes, includes 15 minute intermission.
Age policy: Recommended for all ages. Children 13 months and under do not require a ticket (Babes-in-arms).
Opera in four acts, composed by Giacomo Puccini to an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. Love, money, illness, wealth, and poverty all collide in this tale of whirlwind romance and shocking tragedy.
We celebrate the diversity of composers and our audiences with our May Family concert. Tales from the Mist will take us into magical realms and even some real places, all composed by real people. It’s a story of US, the people that make up our human community. Appropriate for the whole family, this is a concert not to be missed! We wiltake a journey down the Moldau River in Smetana’s The Moldau (joined by some of Utah’s high school talent)
This one-person show by Duncan Macmillan tells the story of the “Narrator” who tells about his upbringing and the challenges of having a mother experiencing depression. How does a young boy try to find the brilliant things in life, as a way of cheering his mom up? And will it work? Run time: 80 minutes, no intermission. Age policy: Recommended for ages 8 and up. All patrons require a ticket (no babies-in arms). Themes of suicide.
Don't Stop Believin' is the only time all year that the entire Music Conservatory performs together! This evening will feature performances from each Ensemble in the conservatory - Classical Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, Rock Ensemble, and Vocal Ensemble - as well as a combined number from the full conservatory.
This Spring's Musical Theatre Showcase will be featuring all three of our levels of musical theatre. Musical Theatre I & II students will each be performing a solo piece, as well as a group dance piece from the work of Bob Fosse. Musical Theatre III, as well as our students who competed in the Musical Theatre category at Theatre Region and/or State are joining us as special guests.
We are in the thick of the performance season! Come see our Piano Showcase on May 15th at 7 PM! Tickets are available at the link below and on our website. https://www.onthestage.tickets/.../6450213b7725920e418945a1
Live at the Eccles presents the concert version of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat September 21-23, 2023 at the Eccles Theatre in Salt Lake City. ArtTix is the official ticketing source for Live at the Eccles events. Experience one of the world’s most beloved family musicals, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, in concert starring Casey Elliott of the award-winning musical group, GENTRI, as Joseph and Utah-native Lexi Walker as the Narrator. Other notable performers include Shaun Johnson of The Johnson Files as Pharaoh, Yahosh Bonner, Kyle Olsen, Mark McCormack, and Ryan Christensen, with more to be announced. The electric production will also feature One Voice Children’s Choir of America’s Got Talent fame, dynamic choreography, and a live orchestra. Follow @Joseph.SLC on Instagram for additional casting announcements and show information. Don’t miss this unforgettable event! Run time: TBA Recommended for ages 8 and up. No babes-in-arms. All patrons must have a ticket regardless of age.
Snow White is back at the Eccles! After five years, this critically acclaimed and audience loved version of the classic fairy tale is returning to the Regent Street Black Box. To escape the witch Fand, Snow White hides in the woods, where she meets new friends, finds the strength to confront evil, and learns the power of love. A thrilling adventure, both beautiful and poignant, you don’t want to miss Sting & Honey’s Snow White! “The appeal of Sting & Honey’s Snow White is truly in its universality. It’s magical whether you’re the type who draws literary connections between iconic works or whether you just like watching people tell a story. And the show is funny–there is a great deal of humor in its telling. And maybe you’ll learn what the mirror has to tell you–whether you can embrace your own wild side or not.” –Front Row Reviews A play for the family (recommended for ages 5 and up). There is a scene of intense fighting, and some potentially frightening moments involving the witch and the mirror. *** No Late Seating after the first 15 minutes. *** Run time: 80 minutes. Age policy: Recommended for all ages. All patrons require a ticket (no babies in arms). Preferably ages 5+ due to an intense battle scene and some potentially frightening scenes with a witch and mirror.
Little Shop of Horrors is a horror comedy rock musical with music by Alan Menken and lyrics and a book by Howard Ashman. The story follows a hapless florist shop worker who raises a plant that feeds on human blood and flesh. Run time: 135 minutes, includes 15 minute intermission. Age policy: Recommended for all ages. Children 13 months and under (babes-in-arms) do not require a ticket.
What if Lady Macduff finally had her say beyond her 19 lines in The Scottish Play? Finlay Macbeth has done Lady Helen Macduff a terrible wrong. Now they are trapped, alone together, in a purgatorial waiting room. What if the only escape is forgiving the unforgivable? This riff on Shakespeare’s MACBETH is a life-after-death journey through the strange, the empty, and everything in-between. Run time: 1 hours, no intermission. No Late Seating. Recommended for ages 12 and up. No babes-in-arms. All patrons require a ticket regardless of age.
What if Portia’s appearance as a male lawyer in court wasn’t the first—or last—time she dressed in drag? Portia is a noblewoman in 16th century Venice, She wants to be a lawyer, but that profession is reserved for men. Her lawyer cousin Bellario won’t teach her. Her husband Bassanio is in serious legal trouble … and he’s in love with his best friend Antonio. Things are not going well. What’s a girl to do? 1. Create an alter ego (enter Balthazar). 2. Trick Bellario. 3. Represent Antonio (and Bassanio) in court. This riff on Shakespeare’s THE MERCHANT OF VENICE is a life-and-death journey through the law, love, and gender identity. Developed in our Lab and Script-In-Hand Series + Words Cubed at Utah Shakespeare Festival.
You are the live studio audience (both performances are live broadcasts!) of RADIO HOUR on KUER’s RadioWest for the first time in a decade as Doug Fabrizio returns to the role of Sherlock Holmes that he first played in 2012 in RADIO HOUR EPISODE 7: SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE BLUE CARBUNCLE. What if Dr. Watson was a woman and Sherlock Holmes wasn’t always right? On the run from Moriarty, the keenest criminal mind they’ve ever faced, Holmes is unsure of his powers, and Watson is unsure of him. Run time: 1 hours, no intermission. No Late Seating. Recommended for ages 12 and up. No babes-in-arms. All patrons require a ticket regardless of age.