A performance representing and celebrating the School of Dance with works from the Ballet and Modern Dance Areas. Includes pieces by Luc Vanier, Steve Koester, “Swan Lake-Act III” by Jay Kim, and “Middlesex Gorge” by Stephen Petronio.CATEGORY: Theater & Dance
By Tennessee Williams March 16 – April 1 (Thursday through Saturday) 7:30 PM (Saturday Matinee 2:00 PM) A tragic story of love, loss, passion and guilt, Tennessee Williams’ immortal classic is brought to life on The Grand’s stage. The Pulitzer Prize winner for Drama in 1948, the story centers around Blanche DuBois, Stella Kowalski, Stanley Kowalski and Harold Mitchell (Mitch). Broke and having lost her family home, Blanche is left with no choice but to move in with her sister Stella and her husband Stanley in New Orleans. While there she meets Mitch, a friend of Stanley’s, for whom she quickly begins to have romantic feelings. As the show progresses, we discover secrets from Blanche’s past and a sinister side to Stanley. Please join us for this American masterpiece. Price Range: $16-$22 Student, Senior, Military, and Group discounts available Grand Theatre 1575 S. State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84115 Box Office: 801-957-3322 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: grandtheatrecompany.comCATEGORY: Theater & Dance
PechaKucha Night-Salt Lake City is excited to return to The State Room for Volume #20, curated by Women in Architecture -Salt Lake City! Our fourth event collaboration together, WIA-SLC is assembling an amazing line-up of presenters from diverse backgrounds and professions. Join us for quick-fire talks in the 20x20 format to hear from some of the most dynamic women in the region!CATEGORY: Theater & Dance
Leapin' Lizards! The Tony Award-winning and beloved musical about an adorable red-headed orphan takes the Egyptian Theatre stage March 23rd-April 2nd. Presented by the Ziegfeld Theater, with unforgettable songs: "Tomorrow", "It's A Hard Knock Life", and "Easy Street". Reduced pricing offered for Thursdays and early 6pm show on Sundays. Tickets and information available at ParkCityShows.com or 435-649-9371.CATEGORY: Theater & Dance
Step into the sounds of Mountain Country at Heber City's favorite Honky-Tonk! Solid pours and stomping acoustic music. Band starts around 9PM...FUN starts when you get there!CATEGORY: Live Music
Join the Utah Orchid Society for a dazzling display of both common and exotic orchid varieties. Society members will share methods for keeping plants healthy and happy and provide troubleshooting advice for budding orchid enthusiasts. A large selection of both plants and pottery will be on sale. Regular Garden Admission/Garden Members FreeCATEGORY: Art & Museum Exhibits
Open House participants can take any or all of the classes during the day for only $10 (no advance registration required), or FREE with the purchase of a ten-class punch card. PLUS - If you buy a 10 class punch card at the Open House pay the special price of $90 ($30 savings overall). Schedule: 9:00-9:40 am Prime Movement 9:40-10:20 am Ballet 10:20-11:00 am African 11:00-11:40 am Bollywood 11:40-12:20 pm Flamenco 12:20-1:00 pm Modern I 1:00-1:40 pm Hip Hop 1:40-2:20 pm Modern II 2:20-3:00 pm ContemporaryCATEGORY: Classes & Workshops
Yellowstone: In the Valley of the Wolves
Cost: Free for members / $5 for non-members; All ages welcome
Wolves have always been a mysterious and contentious aspect of North America’s natural history. Join Lynn Weston, naturalist and longtime volunteer with the Yellowstone Wolf project, for an exploration into our changing relationship with wolves. Lynn’s talk will focus on wolves in Yellowstone National Park including their elimination, the “wolf wars,” reintroduction, and role in the wider ecosystem as well as their effect on current literature.
Space is limited, so call 801-621-7595 to reserve your spot by Friday, March 31.CATEGORY: Community Events
April is Invasive Species Awareness Month. This workshop emphasizing native plants will be held on the 1st.
Members are free; $3 children / $4 seniors / $5 adults; All ages welcome
Find out what’s the buzz! Our native butterflies and bees are important pollinators for our ecosystem and agriculture; without them we wouldn’t have any food to eat.
Unfortunately, invasive plants have moved in and are taking away important pollinator habitat. Discover how you can help pollinators and how to make your own beautiful native gardens at home. Please RSVP by March 31 to 801-621-7595.
Visit this creepy, crawly new exhibit to discover something new about the most common life form on earth; insects! From Mormon crickets to bark beetles and fireflies to honey bees, insects impact our lives in countless ways.CATEGORY: Art & Museum Exhibits