“First Date” is an unforgettable production and a must-see for any Salt Lake Community College student.
Eric Jensen reflects on his first time performing improv comedy at a Majoring in Improv club meeting.
The SLCC Drama Club created and performed five productions in 24 hours Saturday at South City Campus.
The Grand Theatre produced the double feature “Amahl and the Night Visitors & A Christmas Carol” last Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Salt Lake Acting Company’s “The Wolves” illustrates the dynamic challenges many young female athletes face in life.
Historic and full of hilarity, “Silent Sky” at the Black Box Theatre is a play for everyone.
The interactive cult classic is now in production. Learn more about the different ways the audience can participate.
With 30 pieces in one performance, “To Be Frank…” will challenge SLCC student actors. The play runs Thursday through Saturday.
Set in Nazi Germany, “Cabaret” provided some interesting challenges for student actors. Learn more about the latest production taking place at the Black Box Theater.
The classic Arthur Miller play “A View from the Bridge” will begin its run at the Grand Theatre this week.
For their annual American Classic, the Grand Theatre is producing the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Tennessee Williams.