Jun
14
to Jun 30

MACBETH | Pinnacle Acting Company

Pinnacle Acting Company presents MACBETH
June 14-16, 22-23, 29-30 at 7:30PM
2:00PM matinee on June 30

Courage Theatre, Westminster College
http://www.pinnacleactingcompany.org/
https://www.facebook.com/events/248974135841843/

COMPANY
Anne Louise BringsHolly FowersSuni Gigliotti,Sean HunterJared LarkinAli LenteMelanie NelsonJoseph Kyle RoganViviane Turman, Cooper Rushton

CREATIVE TEAM
Andrea Benson Davenport | Costume Design
Sam Allen | Sound Design
Spencer Stringham Brown | Lighting Design
Roya Burton | Set and Props Design
Roger Dunbar | Fight Choreography
Joseph Kyle Rogan | Fight Captain and Additional Choreography
Charisse Baxter | Dramaturg
Victoria Dylan Ray | Stage Manager
Madeleine Gail Rex | Assistant Director (and godsend)
Alexandra Harbold | Director

Profound thanks to Jessica RubinRobert Scott SmithVarlo Davenport, the Rushton family, Erica Alexandra CarvalhoTrevor Leatham 

Photographer: Gavan Nelson

Upcoming: http://www.pinnacleactingcompany.org/

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Apr
5
to Apr 15

JUMP | Plan-B Theatre

JUMP

a world premiere by Austin Archer | April 5-15, 2018

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How will you die?
Will you see it coming?
What if you’re given a second chance?

JUMP explores the impact of survival on those we love.

Featuring Teri Cowan, Nicki Nixon, Matthew Sincell and Darryl Stamp.

Designed by La Beene (Costumes), Cheryl Cluff (Sound), Pilar Davis (Lighting), Cara Pomeroy (Set) assisted by Iris Salazar, Arika Schockmel (Props). Stage managed by Jennifer Freed.

Co-directed by Alexandra Harbold and Robert Scott Smith.

A Plan-B Theatre co-production with Flying Bobcat Theatrical Laboratory in partnership with The David Ross Fetzer Foundation for Emerging Artists.

 

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Feb
1
to Feb 2

Molly Sweeney | UtahPresents

MOLLY SWEENEY by Brian Friel

Directed by Robin Wilks-Dunn | Company Gretchen Case, Nick Cheek-O'Donnell, Mark Fossen, Alexandra Harbold

Feb 1 @ 7:30 pm
Feb 2 @ 7:30 pm

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DIVISION OF MEDICAL ETHICS AND HUMANITIES AND THE DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE
Written by Ireland’s master storyteller Brian Friel, and inspired in part by researcher Oliver Sacks’ essay “To See and Not See,” Molly Sweeney tells the story of a woman who was blind since childhood. Prompted by the “medical miracle” hopes of both her husband and her surgeon, Molly agrees to a procedure to restore her sight. What follows, in this staged reading featuring U of U Theatre faculty, is a riveting drama about the consequences of pursuing a “cure” at any cost.

Multi-show packages available for 17-18 UtahPresents season - to purchase, click on Buy Tickets and then select either 3 or 5 show package at the top of the performance list. | Price: $10

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