Martyrs’ Crossing: Martyrs’ Crossing, a story of Joan of Arc, by Melissa Leilani Larson and directed by Brighton Sloan, will play at the Echo Theatre (145 North University) until December 15. Shows will be Monday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30 pm. Visit TheEchoTheatre.com for more information.
Liken’s World Stage Premiere The First Christmas: After a sold-out world premiere of Liken’s Jonah & the Great Fish at SCERA, Liken is returning with The First Christmas, a stage version that includes all the beloved songs from the film, along with brand new music and dancing created especially for this production. Playing until December 22. Visit scera.org for tickets and more information.
A Christmas Carol: An original text by Charles Dickens, and adapted for the stage by Randy Young, Kyle Woodruff, and Aubrey Hicks. One of Charles Dickens’ most beloved tales, A Christmas Carol focuses on the appearance of three apparitions to Ebenezer Scrooge, a Victorian miser. These spirits teach Scrooge the meaning of charity, goodwill, generosity, and even forgiveness. Playing until December 15. Visit www.drapertheatre.org for more information.
A Christmas Carol: Come celebrate both tradition and spirit in Hale Center Theater Orem’s 23rd annual production of the story that popularized the phrase and recipe for a “Merry Christmas.” Hurry and get your tickets to the quickest selling show of the season! Tickets can be reserved by coming in or calling the box office at 801-226-8600. You may also purchase tickets online at webticketing.haletheater.org. A Christmas Carol will run until December 22.
Joyful Noise: Joyful Noise takes the stage in the Brinton Theater at the Covey Center for the Arts this month, playing until December 22. Love, passion and scandal mix in this holiday favorite. Joyful Noise sells out year after year, so get your tickets early! Written by Tim Slover and directed by Agnes Broberg. Visit coveycenter.org for more information.
Shadow of the King – Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre: The old king has died and has left the throne to the kingdom of Eltheria up to chance. His three children are vying for the crown. Throw a whimsical wizard, a mysterious old woman, and a lady-in-waiting into the mix and you have a Murder Mystery Show fit for a king! Playing at Diamond Lil’s in SLC on December 13 and at Famous Dave’s in West Jordan on December 27. Visit www.poisonivymysteries.com for more information and to buy tickets.