Events

Perdida

Based on Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale”“Perdida” is set in pre-Revolutionary Mexico, where powerful Dons ruled like kings.  Shakespeare’s story of passion, jealousy and redemption is retold in the Latino-style of magical realism, using a variety of traditional musical forms.  A group of musicians and actors tell the story of Perdida through music, words and dance.

Dates: October 12-28, Thursday-Saturday @ 7:30pm, with 2pm matinee on Saturdays

GrandTheatreCompany.com; 801-957-3322; Tickets $20


Perdida

Based on Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale”“Perdida” is set in pre-Revolutionary Mexico, where powerful Dons ruled like kings.  Shakespeare’s story of passion, jealousy and redemption is retold in the Latino-style of magical realism, using a variety of traditional musical forms.  A group of musicians and actors tell the story of Perdida through music, words and dance.

Dates: October 12-28, Thursday-Saturday @ 7:30pm, with 2pm matinee on Saturdays

GrandTheatreCompany.com; 801-957-3322; Tickets $20


Perdida

Based on Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale”“Perdida” is set in pre-Revolutionary Mexico, where powerful Dons ruled like kings.  Shakespeare’s story of passion, jealousy and redemption is retold in the Latino-style of magical realism, using a variety of traditional musical forms.  A group of musicians and actors tell the story of Perdida through music, words and dance.

Dates: October 12-28, Thursday-Saturday @ 7:30pm, with 2pm matinee on Saturdays

GrandTheatreCompany.com; 801-957-3322; Tickets $20


Perdida

Based on Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale”“Perdida” is set in pre-Revolutionary Mexico, where powerful Dons ruled like kings.  Shakespeare’s story of passion, jealousy and redemption is retold in the Latino-style of magical realism, using a variety of traditional musical forms.  A group of musicians and actors tell the story of Perdida through music, words and dance.

Dates: October 12-28, Thursday-Saturday @ 7:30pm, with 2pm matinee on Saturdays

GrandTheatreCompany.com; 801-957-3322; Tickets $20


Perdida

Based on Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale”“Perdida” is set in pre-Revolutionary Mexico, where powerful Dons ruled like kings.  Shakespeare’s story of passion, jealousy and redemption is retold in the Latino-style of magical realism, using a variety of traditional musical forms.  A group of musicians and actors tell the story of Perdida through music, words and dance.

Dates: October 12-28, Thursday-Saturday @ 7:30pm, with 2pm matinee on Saturdays

GrandTheatreCompany.com; 801-957-3322; Tickets $20


Perdida

Based on Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale”“Perdida” is set in pre-Revolutionary Mexico, where powerful Dons ruled like kings.  Shakespeare’s story of passion, jealousy and redemption is retold in the Latino-style of magical realism, using a variety of traditional musical forms.  A group of musicians and actors tell the story of Perdida through music, words and dance.

Dates: October 12-28, Thursday-Saturday @ 7:30pm, with 2pm matinee on Saturdays

GrandTheatreCompany.com; 801-957-3322; Tickets $20


Perdida

Based on Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale”“Perdida” is set in pre-Revolutionary Mexico, where powerful Dons ruled like kings.  Shakespeare’s story of passion, jealousy and redemption is retold in the Latino-style of magical realism, using a variety of traditional musical forms.  A group of musicians and actors tell the story of Perdida through music, words and dance.

Dates: October 12-28, Thursday-Saturday @ 7:30pm, with 2pm matinee on Saturdays

GrandTheatreCompany.com; 801-957-3322; Tickets $20


Perdida

Based on Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale”“Perdida” is set in pre-Revolutionary Mexico, where powerful Dons ruled like kings.  Shakespeare’s story of passion, jealousy and redemption is retold in the Latino-style of magical realism, using a variety of traditional musical forms.  A group of musicians and actors tell the story of Perdida through music, words and dance.

Dates: October 12-28, Thursday-Saturday @ 7:30pm, with 2pm matinee on Saturdays

GrandTheatreCompany.com; 801-957-3322; Tickets $20