Theatre Events

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Music Man

July 21st - Aug 13th


Directed by: Stephanie Breinholt

Performed by: A Sundance Mountain Resort Presentation in Partnership with Utah Valley University

Location: July 21st - Aug 13th, Eccles Stage Outdoor Amphitheatre
8841 North Alpine Loop Road, Sundance UT 84604

Funny, warm, wicked, romantic and touching family entertainment at its best. Meredith Wilson's Tony Award winning musical comedy follows fast-talking traveling salesman Harold Hill - as he cons the people of River City, Iowa into buying instruments, and uniforms, for a boys' band he vows to organize - despite the fact that Harold doesn't know a trombone from a treble clef. When Harold falls for the librarian, Marian, can she transform Harold into a respectable citizen? Or will Harold skip town with the cash?

The Winter's Tale

Sept 8th - Sept 15th


Directed by: Student Director: Chantel Ficklin
Faculty Mentor: Lisa Hagen-Hall

Performed by: UVU President's Freshman Reading Program
UVU Department of Theatrical Arts Production

Location: Sept 8th - Sept 15th, UVU Sorensen Center Courtyard Amphitheatre: Sept 8th - Sept 13th
UVU Computer Science CS Lawn: Sept 14th & 15th

From Sicilia to the seacoast of Bohemia, Shakespeare's tale tells the story of jealous King Leontes, his wife Hermione, and their banished infant daughter. Raised by a shepherd, the infant is renamed Perdita. As Time passes, Perdita grows up and falls in love with Prince Florizel. Mistaken identity, mischief, redemption and lively music sweep the audience from a dark, gloomy winter to a flower strewn spring, as the characters clumsily and endearingly find their way to a happy ending.

The Children's Hour

Sept 29th - Oct 8th


Directed by: Laurie Harrop-Purser

Performed by: UVU Department of Theatrical Arts Production

Location: Sept 29th - Oct 8th, UVU Noorda Regional Theatre

A classic of American theatre, this play revolves around the manipulative scheming of a wily, petulant school girl and the havoc she wreaks on those she encounters. Karen Wright and Martha Dobie run a successful all-girls boarding school. When student Mary Tilford does not get her way, Mary concocts a tale ' which destroys the school, her classmates, and the careers, relationships and lives of the headmistresses.

The Trojan Women

Nov. 4th - Nov 19th


Directed by: Lisa Hall-Hagen

Performed by: UVU Department of Theatrical Arts Production

Location: Nov. 4th - Nov 19th, UVU Noorda Regional Theatre

Euripides' play follows the fates of the women of Troy, after their city has fallen and their husbands have been slaughtered. The grief of the women is compounded when the Greeks dole out additional deaths and take the women and their remaining family members as slaves. This tale highlights the effects of war and the ever present power of the human spirit in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.

New Kid

Nov. 11th - Nov. 18th


Directed by: Isaac Walters

Performed by: UVU Noorda Theatre Center for Children and Youth Production

Location: Nov. 11th - Nov. 18th, UVU Noorda Regional Theatre

What is it like when your whole world is turned upside down and everything is strange? Nick is a young immigrant from the country of 'Homeland'. Nick struggles to fit in at his new school in America, where he can't speak the language of his fellow students - Nick speaks English, and the other characters just speak gibberish!