Upcoming Shows
Aug
18

Phil Vassar

Kingsbury Hall
An Evening with Phil Vassar.
Sep
16

Versa-Style

Kingsbury Hall
Join us in welcoming Versa-Style Dance Company for a night of highly energetic dance filled with expression, individuality, and dedication.
starting Sep
29

Fall Dance

Marriott Center for Dance
Fall Dance will feature a restaging of Fokine's "Les Sylphides" by Maggie Tesch. Modern Dance MFA candidate, Irishia Hubbard, will restage a work by Donald McKayle. New work by faculty members Sara Pickett and Brent Schneider will also be presented.
starting Sep
30

The Old Man And The Old Moon

Babcock Theatre
There once was an Old Man whose job it was to fill the moon with light. When his wife leaves home to chase a memory, the Old Man must follow her across the sea and farther still. But the moon grows darker each night he’s away—and what will happen when the light runs out? THE OLD MAN AND THE OLD MOON is a rollicking tale of music, mystery, romance, and adventure on the high seas, brought to shimmering life on the Babcock stage.
starting Oct
10

Odyssey Dance Theatre’s Thriller 2022

Kingsbury Hall
Now in its 26th year, the spooky spectacular combines technical aspects of dance while paying homage to the starts of All Hallows' Eve. Thriller highlights all the horror characters of the season, such as Zombies, Frankenstein, Mummies and Jasons, just to name a few. This show has it all - frights, amazements, scares, and lots of laughs. Get your tickets early, because this is your last chance to see Thriller before Odyssey closes its doors forever!
starting Oct
27

Utah Ballet

Marriott Center for Dance
Utah Ballet will feature a restaging of excerpts from "Sleeping Beauty" by Christopher Alloways-Ramseey. New work by faculty member Christine McMillan will also be presented.
starting Oct
28

Somewhere: A Primer For The End Of Days

Studio 115
With crops failing and society on the verge of collapse, entomologist Cassandra and her brother Alexander prepare to follow the migration of the last monarch butterflies in the world. Poetic, provocative, and timely, SOMEWHERE: A PRIMER FOR THE END OF DAYS presents a vision of the future where evolution is not only essential but inevitable.
starting Nov
11

In Pieces

Babcock Theatre
The new musical IN PIECES chronicles the near-misses, triumphs, and tragedies of eight people searching for connection in present-day New York. As they navigate the obstacles of dating and romance, their experiences remind us that love has a way of coming to us—and leaving us—in pieces.
Nov
18

Trevor Wallace

Kingsbury Hall
Trevor Wallace is a 29-year-old stand-up comedian, writer & actor. Wallace can be seen just about everywhere on the internet and has collectively built a digital thumbprint of over 2.5 billion views across his social media channels with a following of over 16 Million fans collectively. Wallace has been featured on Comedy Central, MTV, Barstool Sports, E! News, The L.A. Times, The New York Times, Ad Age, Business Insider, Men’s Health, Buzzfeed, and Complex to name a few. Wallace has worked with prestigious brands such as, Chipotle, Natural Light, BruMate, SeatGeek, G FUEL, OnePlus, Bumble, Wetzel’s Pretzels, Snickers, Monster Energy & many more. Wallace has also toured the U.S. performing at theaters, colleges and comedy clubs including the Netflix Is A Joke Festival, Moontower Comedy Festival and the New York Comedy Festival. Wallace was also voted as a finalist for “Best in Comedy” at the 2020 Shorty Awards.
Nov
19

Mike Birbiglia LIVE!

Kingsbury Hall
Mike Birbiglia is a comedian, storyteller, director, producer, and actor who has performed in front of audiences worldwide, from the Sydney Opera House to Carnegie Hall. His solo shows "Sleepwalk With Me," "My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend,” "Thank God For Jokes," and "The New One” enjoyed successful off Broadway runs. My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend won the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Solo Show and his most recent show “The New One” moved to Broadway where he received the Drama Desk Award as well as the Outer Critics Circle award for outstanding solo performance." Birbiglia is also an author and filmmaker who wrote, directed and starred in the films “Sleepwalk with Me” and “Don’t Think Twice.” His book “Sleepwalk with Me and Other Painfully True Stories” and “The New One” are both National Bestsellers. As a producer he worked on Jacqueline Novak’s "Get On Your Knees." As an actor, Birbiglia has appeared in the films “Trainwreck,” “The Fault in Our Stars” and “Popstar” as well as TV roles in “Orange Is the New Black” and “Billions.” He is the host of the podcast "Mike Birbiglia's Working It Out” and is currently touring his next solo show “The Old Man and The Pool.”
Dec
2

Disney Junior Live On Tour: Costume Palooza

Kingsbury Hall
The Pollstar nominated Disney Junior tour is back with an ALL-NEW show, Disney Junior Live On Tour: Costume Palooza! This show bring beloved Disney Junior characters and favorite marvel Super Heros together live on stage for a jam-packed, concert-style show with singing, dancing, acrobatics, and more. Mickey, Minnie, and their pals are getting ready to throw a huge costume party but mysterious green rain, wind, and smoke keep interrupting the fun. Can Spidey and his Amazing Friends help save the Costume Palooza?
Come see Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Doc McStuffins, Alice, the Puppy Dog Pals, and Marvel's Spidey and his Amazing Friends LIVE on stage!
Dec
3

Joy To The World!

Kingsbury Hall
Celebrate Christmas with Jenny Oaks Baker & her talented children, musical group Family Four as they present an inspiring Christmas show of sacred, exhilarating and beloved Christmas Carols featuring Irish Soprano Alex Sharpe, formerly of Celtic Woman. With music by Emmy Award-winning composer Kurt Bestor, narration by New York Times Best-selling Author Jason F. Wright, dancing by The Shelley School of Irish Dance and The Children’s Dance Theatre and Contemporary Companies of The University of Utah Tanner Dance Program, as well as The Olympus High School Choir joining Jenny and Family Four, this show promises to usher in an uplifting and celebratory spirit to your Christmas Season! Concert Sponsored by Zions Bank.
starting Jan
26

Performing Dance Company

Marriott Center for Dance
Collaborative work from School of Dance Faculty Daniel Clifton, Natalie Desch, Eric Handman, Pamela Handman and Satu Hummasti.
starting Feb
17

The Sweet Science Of Bruising

Babcock Theatre
THE SWEET SCIENCE OF BRUISING centers on the little-known (but very real) world of women’s boxing in Victorian London. As they train, the four women at the heart of the story discover an unexpected sense of freedom and solidarity. But different fights await each of them outside the ring, and the stakes soon become too high to ignore.
starting Feb
23

Spring Dance

Marriott Center for Dance
New work from the School of Dance faculty members, Melissa Bobick and Molly Heller will be presented with pieces from guest artists.
starting Mar
17

As You Like It

Studio 115
Reminding us that “all the world’s a stage,” Shakespeare’s AS YOU LIKE IT is a brilliant, hilarious riff on the roles people play in life and in love. This classic comedy features some of Shakespeare’s most quotable lines and best wordplay, spoken by some of his wittiest characters as they challenge us to rethink traditional notions of romance and gender.
starting Apr
7

Cabaret

Babcock Theatre
Kander and Ebb's timeless, uncompromising musical CABARET transports us to the seedy, seductive Kit Kat Klub, where American writer Cliff Bradshaw first meets the charismatic singer, Sally Bowles. They soon find themselves clinging to their dreams and one another, lost in the decadent chaos of 1930s Berlin, where the twilight of the Jazz Age provides a glimpse of the darkness to come.