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FAQ: Subscriber Renewals for 2021

If you’re a current season subscriber, you should have recently received your season renewal. We understand that our renewal notices may be a little confusing this year. In fact, it took us months to figure it out. And when we could finally plan the season, we had to revise it all over again. So it … Continued

Season Announcement 2021

Greetings, from behind the facemask! We want to thank you – our loyal subscribers – for your patience and your support during this very unusual and challenging time. As a professional theatre that draws artists from all over the country, bringing hundreds of people together at one time, and as an entity that’s part of … Continued

Can You Help?

We are exceedingly grateful for the years of support from you, our patrons, donors, and sponsors. As a member of the Pioneer Theatre Company family, please know that our thoughts are with you during this time of disruption and uncertainty from the COVID-19 pandemic. We are concerned about your health and well-being. We are devastated … Continued

Celebrate Black History Month in SLC

Interested in celebrating Black History Month in SLC? Here are some ways you can invest and support the community. Reserve your tickets for Once On This Island at Pioneer Theatre Company, a rousing Calypso-flavored tale of one small girl who finds love in a world of prejudice and colorism. Attend one of several Excellence in the Community … Continued

Opening Night Blog: Happy Accidents

Our opening night blogger, Lansia Wann attends PTC’s openings as often as we can convince her to, and in return for an invite to the cast party, writes a post about the cast. We never know what we’re going to get. Here’s what she learned about other “plays gone wrong” from the cast of PTC’s … Continued

The cast of “The Manor at Haversham Manor”: Max

Maxwell Benjamin Chesterwitz (Cecil Haversham/ Arthur the Gardener): Maxwell was born to his two wonderful parents Lisa and Samuel Chesterwitz (Hi Mom!) on a lovely Tuesday in April. He weighed 2,273 grams. His favorite sandwich is ham with extra pickles and spicy mustard. Max has performed by holding his breath for 3 minutes and he … Continued

The cast of “The Murder at Haversham Manor”: Jonathan

Jonathan Harris (Charles Haversham) is super dee duper thrilled and honored to have a speaking role in The Murder at Haversham Manor. A big thank you to the director, his idol/mentor (and hopefully soon-to-be Best Friend) Chris for giving him his first speaking role this season after 23 shows with the company. Recent roles include: … Continued

The cast of “The Murder at Haversham Manor”: Dennis

Dennis Timbertop (Perkins) is thrilled to be back at CPDS, after most recently, appearing in the title role in last summer’s production of CAT. Other favorite credits include A View from the Crosswalk and A Doll’s Apartment. A mushroom farmer in the Eastern tip of Nottinghamshire, Timbertop is a two-time winner of the Cornley Mycology … Continued

The cast of “The Murder at Haversham Manor”: Robert

Robert John Parry III (Thomas Colleymoore) This will mark Robert’s fifth production with the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, after appearing as The Lion in last year’s production of The Lion and The Wardrobe, for which he received multiple Olivier nominations. Past credits include: every role in Hamlet – twice, Coriolanus Takes a Shower (Westminster Players), … Continued

The cast of “The Murder at Haversham Manor”: Sandra

Sandra Wilkinson (Florence Colleymoore) It has been said by many that Sandra Wilkinson was destined for stardom. Her debut performance was at 6 days old as the lead in The Nativity (Church Of The Holy Rood Cornley). Sandra sharpened her skills in pantos playing Egg #1 in Mother Goose; Chair #1 in Goldilocks; and Pumpkin … Continued