The Archbishop Thomas Becket speaks fatal words before he is martyred in T. S. Eliot's best-known drama, based on the murder of the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1170. A beautiful and powerful exploration of faith, politics, and the common good.
Federico Garcia Lorca's famous tragedy about a doomed couple escaping their family, their town, and the vengeful figures of the Moon and Death. A beautiful and poetic classic that explores the cycle of life, the progression of time, choice, deception, fate, and nature.more
When a young boy from south of the border is confronted by an immigration officer, he tells the story of his journey using the myths and tales from Latin American folklore.
Directed by Isaac Walters. November 10, 14. (UVU Noorda Theatre)
Shakespeare's most famous play is dissected and played from two vantage points: his and hers. Using an exciting combination of film and live action, a classic story is given new perspective, new vision, and new life.
Written and directed by UVU students, this show uses original songs, sketches, and digital shorts that poke fun at the holidays and give an unexpected twist to familiar holiday situations. Now in it's ninth year, this popular show continues to keep audiences rolling in the aisles every Christmas season.
Directed by David Tinney. December 11-13 (UVU Noorda Theatre)
Based on Charles Dickens' unfinished novel of the same name, this musical usesthe world of music hall and pantomime as a backdrop, following the exploits of members of the Theatre Royale Music Hall Company as they attempt to complete the unfinished story of Edwin Drood—with some sing-along help from the audience!
In this world premiere play for young audiences, two young people journey from a perfect village to a dark and dangerous forest, finding imagination and courage along the way.
This campus favorite features ten 10-minute plays written, directed and acted entirely by UVU Theatre students. Come check out a variety of stories and a broad range of genres and styles. "If you don't like it, wait ten minutes!"
April 2-4 (UVU Ex-Box Theatre)
One of the most popular and successful plays of all time, this play pits the highly eccentric Sycamore family against the uptight Kirby family, resulting in chaos, confusion, understanding, and love.
Directed by Laurie Harrop-Purser. April 16-18, 20-25. (UVU Noorda Theatre)
When a boy wishes for a monster and his sister wishes for more peas, they get a pea-headed monster who is determined to be part of their family.
Directed by James Arrington. April 17, 24. (UVU Noorda Theatre)