Tuesday Tours return in 2019/2020. To register, visit the page linked, or visit our Facebook Events for more information. September 10, 2019 – See the Broadway-bound “Cagney” being built, and elements for the rest of the season being worked on. October 8, 2019 – There is no busier time at PTC than the month that … Continued
Finally, a little nice weather so the Grease cast could take a field trip last night. Throwback Thursday at Iceberg! The Pink Ladies and the Burger Palace Boys enjoyed some shakes and fries—and the stares of some bemused patrons. Have you seen the video we made at West High? In other fronts, I am working … Continued
Grease is the word…we shot this yesterday at West High. And don’t forget about our Play-by-Play The Way North this Friday and Saturday!
Sweat—it’s in the details. Sometimes, a show is like “Where’s Waldo?” or one of those hidden picture games. (Can you find the crayon?!) Maybe you’ll notice some of these things when you see Lynn Nottage’s amazing play. Or maybe you won’t. But it’s details that make up the world these actors live … Continued
Join us for the 2019 Bravo! Gala, honoring A. Scott and Jesselie Anderson for their enduring commitment to Pioneer Theatre Company, our community and the vibrancy of the arts in Utah. The 2019 Bravo! Gala will be held on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at Eccles Alumni House at 5:00 p.m., then convenes to Simmons Pioneer … Continued
Get your drag on! “La Cage aux Folles-Concert Production”- We have three performances only, March 15-16, 2019. Friday: 7:30 pm; Saturday: 2 and 7:30 pm. Student Rush tickets for college and university students ARE available! Visit https://www.pioneertheatre.org/students/college-student-discounts/ for more information. One hour before curtain, students may attend on a “Rush” basis. University of Utah students … Continued
What is a concert musical? I’ve come to expect—at the time of year when we’re producing our concert musical—that this question will arise. Well, certainly we all know what a concert is. When one goes to a concert, at the Symphony or Red Butte Garden, or even Vivint Arena, you know what to expect. But … Continued
Pioneer Theatre Company has just announced the new managing director for the 56-year-old professional regional theatre. On July 1, 2019, Christopher Massimine will replace outgoing Managing Director Chris Lino who is retiring after 28 years. For more information, visit our Press Room.
Keep your eyes peeled for breaking news at PTC next week! Maybe it’s news about our 2019–2020 season—not that I could tell you anything now. (But if you can guess what show got the most votes on our season survey, you’d be right in thinking it’ll be on our season next year.) Or, maybe, Monday … Continued
Happy Opening Night to the cast of Once! This quadruple-threat cast, who have sang and danced and acted and played their way through the tech process, has found its stride. They are killing it onstage. I cannot overstate how difficult it is to put together a show in which the actors are also their … Continued