ACT Performing Arts Academy presents Kids in the ACT Teens (ages 13-18), in Thoroughly Modern Millie, the high-spirited musical, set in the bright lights of 1920s New York City. Performances run May 18 through 21 at the American Fork Amphitheater, 851 East 700 North. Seating is general admission. Show times and tickets are available at AlpineCommunityTheater.org or at the door. ACT continues in a tradition of excellence, camaraderie, and a family-friendly environment, “where everybody can get into the ACT”! For more information call Laura Snyder at 801-404-0736.
LEAPIN LIZARDS! ACT Performing Arts Academy presents Kids in the ACT Youth Theatre, performing Annie, Jr., an adaptation of the heartwarming hit Broadway musical about the little orphan who charms everyone’s hearts and makes us grin from ear to ear! Performances run May 12 through 15 at the American Fork Amphitheater, 851 East 700 North. Seating is general admission. Show times and tickets are available at AlpineCommunityTheater.org or at the door. ACT continues in a tradition of excellence, camaraderie, and a family-friendly environment, “where everybody can get into the ACT”! For more information call Laura Snyder at 801-404-0736.
Everyone, directed by Megan Sanborn Jones
Performances will be held virtually March 11th – March 13th, 2021, at 7:30pm
The 15th century morality play Everyman—one of the first plays recorded in the English language—receives an update in BYU Theatre’s new contemporary production Everyone. When Everyone is called by Death to make a final reckoning of their life, they have to say goodbye to this world and prepare for the next. At turns ridiculous and sublime, this live digital production urges us to discover what matters the most in this one precious life we have been given.
Broadway Revue, student directed and choreographed
Performances will be held virtually March 19 & 20, 2021, at 7:30 pm
BYU’s interdisciplinary Music Dance Theatre program presents an annual showcase of beloved Broadway tunes each year. This year’s version will be virtual! This is a student directed and choreographed production.
The Pirates of Penzance, by Arthur Sullivan and W. S. Gilbert, directed by Tim Threlfall
Performances will be held virtually March 31st – April 2nd, 2021, at 7:30pm
A beloved comic opera of pirates, policemen, and paradoxes. Young Frederick believes he is free from his apprenticeship to the pirates at the age of 21, until the terrible discovery of his leap year’s birthday throws a wrench on his designs. Will Frederick be a slave of love or a slave of duty? Join us for this hour-long musical video extravaganza featuring the talents of BYU’s award-winning Music-Dance-Theatre program.
Illusionary Tales: The Turn of the Screw, adapted from Henry James’ story, adapted and directed by David Morgan
Performances will be held virtually April 8th – April 10th, 2021, at 7:30pm
A young governess accepts a job at an isolated estate only to find herself believing that the malevolent spirits of two ill-fated lovers are influencing her young charges. Featuring TMA’s ground-breaking work in the technology of the Pepper’s Ghost Effect and the innovative designs of our best theatre students, this new adaptation of the classic gothic horror story will haunt your dreams.