Guy Benson

Matt & Kim and guests TWINKIDS

The Mountaintop

A simple two-person play with a powerful message, commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. From LA Theatre Works’ “The Mountaintop” (March 31, 2018) is a fictional retelling of how Dr. King spent his last night on earth, after delivering his famous “I’ve been to the mountaintop speech” in Memphis. This two-person play imagines a deep dialogue between Martin and Camae, the maid at the Lorraine Motel, who reveals she is an angel come to prepare him, King must confront his fears and face his own mortality. The Mountaintop shows the audience a different side of Martin Luther King: a man who is tired, flawed, yet—despite everything—is an inspiration.

A View from the Bridge

Arthur Miller’s dark and passionate 1956 drama set on the Brooklyn waterfront tells a story of tragedy, love and betrayal in an Italian-American immigrant community. A longshoreman by trade, Eddie Carbone is confident of his place in the working-class neighborhood he calls home. That life changes when he agrees to harbor his immigrant cousins. A love affair exposes a dark family secret and suspicion, jealousy and betrayal soon follow.

Neil Hamburger with Aaron Orlovitz, Magic By Simone

Neil Hamburger is a standup comedian character played by comedian and musician Gregg Turkington. His first full-length album, America's Funnyman, was released in 1996. He has released a number of albums on the Drag City record label. Hamburger's live act, which is quite different from his many albums, features a barrage of question/answer jokes aimed often at celebrity targets as well as depressing barbs aimed at his ex-wife.

Strange Familia

Strange Familia was started by Brecken Jones and Garret Williams. Established November 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah, the band is Influenced by the life and art of the 20th and 21st century.

Michelle Moonshine Trio

Garden Poetry Walk

Did you know April is National Poetry Month? Celebrate this important literary art with a stroll through Red Butte Garden to find eleven poetry boxes featuring poems written by local winners of our Spring Poetry Contest. Seasonal poetry can be found throughout the Garden year-round.

Women of Color Support Group at Rape Recovery Center

Support group for self identified women, who are women of color and primary and secondary survivors of sexual violence on every other Tuesday 6 PM to 7:30 PM Upcoming dates: March 6th, March 20th and April 3rd *Light refreshments will be served and group is FREE Individuals who want to participate in this group do NOT need to complete an in-take or be clients of the Rape Recovery Center. Our hope is to be able to be more inclusive to minoritized populations and to provide a space where participants feel understood, supported and connected with others. For more information please contact Martha Mendes at

Liza Anne