2019 SEASON BROCHURE |
Single Tickets ON SALE Jan 15!
By Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman, and Julian Fellowes
Life is in disarray for the Banks family who live in London on Cherry Tree Lane. The kids are in desperate need of a new nanny and when a mysterious woman appears at their doorstep, they find she's the answer to their prayers...but in the most peculiar way.
By Alan Menken, Jack Feldman, and Harvey Fierstein
Jack Kelly is a rebellious newsboy who dreams of life as an artist away from the big city. After publishing mogul Joseph Pulitzer raises newspaper prices at the newsboys' expense, Kelly and his fellow Newsies take action and all of New York City soon recognizes the power of "the little man."
By Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, and Arthur Laurents
In perfect Romeo and Juliet fashion, Tony and Maria are caught on opposite sides of a turf conflict in Manhattan's Upper West Side. Set to one of the greatest scores of all time. Can love conquer hatred? It's the West Side Story.
By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Lorenzo Da Ponte
Count Almaviva isn't true to his Countess, so she conspires with her servants Figaro and Susanna to punish him. Things don't go as planned and betrayal and hilarious shenanigans await around every corner. Don't miss this classic comedic clash of the classes.
By William Luce
The author of The Belle of Amherst and Lucifer's Child takes you backstage at the 1920 Metropolitan Opera to meet the greatest tenor in history. You become a reporter conducting an interview in Enrico Caruso's dressing room as his valet Mario helps him prepare for a performance that, unknown to both men, will be his last. Starring Michael Ballam.
By Terrence McNally
Opera diva Maria Callas is holding a singing master class. Alternately dismayed and impressed by the students who parade before her, she retreats into recollections about the glories and disappointments of her own life and career. It culminates in a monologue about sacrifice taken in the name of art. Don't miss Master Class!
Join our talented professional pianists in an unpredictable concert of classic hits where they’ll be dressing up, playing jokes on each other, and who knows what other mayhem will ensue. It’s an unforgettable combo of precision, showmanship, and fun. Bring your budding piano virtuosos. They’ll love it!
Utah Festival hosts extraordinarily talented artists in a world-class vocal competition. YOU help select the winner.
To Be Announced
Leroy J. Robertson's powerfully dramatic Oratorio from the Book of Mormon performed by the American Festival Chorus and Utah Festival's orchestra and soloists. Conducted by Craig Jessop.
Mingle with Festival stars at an elegant dinner at the Riverwoods followed by the opening night of Mary Poppins at the historic Ellen Eccles Theatre.
Make plans to attend the Festival's complete lineup of spectacular events: