Noorda

Location

Directions

UVU’s main campus is located in Orem, Utah, just off of I-15 University Parkway exit 269. The Noorda Center for the Performing Arts is located on Campus Drive, in the Eastern (Mountainside) part of campus.

Southbound (From Salt Lake City)

  1. Enter I-15 Southbound
  2. Continue south to exit 269, Orem UT
  3. Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 269 for Route 265/University Parkway
  4. Use the left lane to merge onto UT-265 E/W 1200 S/W University Pkwy
  5. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto S Sandhill Rd (0.5 mi)
  6. At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto Campus Drive/College Drive (0.2 mi)
  7. Follow Campus Drive/College Drive to The Noorda Center for the Performing Arts

Northbound (From Provo/Nephi)

  1. Enter I-15 Northbound
  2. Continue north to exit 269, Orem UT
  3. Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 269 to merge onto UT-265 E/W 1200 S/W University Pkwy
  4. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto S Sandhill Rd (0.4 mi)
  5. At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto Campus Drive/College Drive (0.2 mi)
  6. Follow Campus Drive/College Drive to The Noorda Center for the Performing Arts
  7. Enter I-15 Southbound
  8. Continue south to exit 269, Orem UT
  9. Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 269 for Route 265/University Parkway
  10. Use the left lane to merge onto UT-265 E/W 1200 S/W University Pkwy
  11. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto S Sandhill Rd (0.5 mi)
  12. At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto Campus Drive/College Drive (0.2 mi)
  13. Follow Campus Drive/College Drive to The Noorda Center for the Performing Arts

Parking

For all performances after 5 p.m., patrons may park in adjacent lots M23, M29 and M21. Overflow parking is available in lot M22.

Before 5 p.m., permits are required for these and lots across campus, and visitors may be ticketed for parking in unauthorized stalls. Please visit the UVU Parking Services website for complete information.

Accessibility

Hearing impaired patrons may schedule an interpreter free of charge by texting or calling at least 24 hours prior to attending a performance. Please contact Nicole Hemmingsen to schedule this service:

Nicole Hemmingsen, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Manager
801-863-6447
Nicole.Hemmingsen@uvu.edu

The Noorda is designed to entertain and inspire individuals with all levels of mobility. Please refer to our accessibility map for seating, entrances and elevators. For all other questions regarding accessibility accommodations, please contact the Office of Accessibility Services:

Office of Accessibility Services
(801) 863-8747
AccessibilityServices@uvu.edu
LC 312

FAQs

Refunds and Exchanges

Tickets are non-refundable and no credits can be issued for unused tickets, whether they were purchased individually or as part of a season ticket package.

Refunds, credits or alternate dates are not offered for missed performances.

Dress Code

Come as you are or get dressed up for a night out at The Noorda; there is no official dress code for attending performances. Our patrons arrive in attire ranging from jeans and a T-shirt to a formal tux.

The theatres are kept cool; if you often feel chilly, consider bringing a shawl, scarf or light jacket.

Seat Selection

Doors open exactly 30 minutes prior to each performance. At this time, no assigned seating is available in our venues. Patrons typically begin lining up one hour to 45 minutes prior to showtime to claim their desired view of the stage.

Infants and Children

The Noorda encourages access for all, however, we would recommend that parents or guardians do not bring infants or children less than five years of age into the theatres.

Should you wish to attend performances with an infant aged below two years, they will need to be accommodated on the parent or guardian’s lap as no seat will be allocated. There will be no charge for this. Children over the age of two are required to have a paid ticket.

Should the babe in arms become restless and cause a disturbance, the accompanying parent or guardian will be requested to leave the auditorium with the child. We reserve the right to not re-admit.

Please be aware of the content of a performance before bringing young children. Explicit content will be noted in each event description on our website.

Late Arrivals

To avoid disturbing other patrons, latecomers will not be seated until a scene or act change, and may not be seated in their assigned seats until intermission.

Food and Drink

Outside food and drinks are not permitted in the theatres. Patrons will be asked to finish or dispose of all foodstuffs before exiting the O.C. Tanner Atrium.

Coat and Baggage Check

Coat and baggage check will be offered at select performances for a nominal fee, as noted on the event page. For questions about whether this service will be offered at an upcoming performance, please contact the Blair Box Office.

Group Rates

Special pricing for groups of ten or more is available on an event by event basis. Please call the Blair Box Office for information on this conditional offering

Electronic Devices

Please turn off all electronics, including cell phones, watches, tablets, etc. Even if silent, cellular phones can interfere with our wireless equipment. Photography and recording of any kind is strictly prohibited.

Guest who are unable to comply with the electronics policy may be asked to step outside the theatre.

Smoking and e-Cigarettes

Smoking is not allowed inside or within 25 feet of any university building.

For all additional questions
Please contact the Blair Box Office

Blair Box Office
801-863-PLAY (7529)
artstickets@uvu.edu

Second Region (Section 4)

Third Region (Section 4)