FAQ: Subscriber Renewals for 2021

FAQ: Subscriber Renewals for 2021

If you’re a current season subscriber, you should have recently received your season renewal. We understand that our renewal notices may be a little confusing this year. In fact, it took us months to figure it out. And when we could finally plan the season, we had to revise it all over again. So it … Continued

Season Announcement 2021

Greetings, from behind the facemask! We want to thank you – our loyal subscribers – for your patience and your support during this very unusual and challenging time. As a professional theatre that draws artists from all over the country, bringing hundreds of people together at one time, and as an entity that’s part of … Continued

Can You Help?

We are exceedingly grateful for the years of support from you, our patrons, donors, and sponsors. As a member of the Pioneer Theatre Company family, please know that our thoughts are with you during this time of disruption and uncertainty from the COVID-19 pandemic. We are concerned about your health and well-being. We are devastated … Continued

Celebrate Black History Month in SLC

Interested in celebrating Black History Month in SLC? Here are some ways you can invest and support the community. Reserve your tickets for Once On This Island at Pioneer Theatre Company, a rousing Calypso-flavored tale of one small girl who finds love in a world of prejudice and colorism. Attend one of several Excellence in the Community … Continued

We hate ticketing fees!

We get it. Ticketing fees have jumped the ?. To make your holiday shopping easier, we are waiving ticketing fees on tickets and gift certificates beginning Friday, November 28th (Black Friday) until December 2nd. Just use code THANKS19, and you’ll see your discount reflected in your final tally. (Sorry, it’s not retroactive!) Shop til’ you … Continued

The Lifespan of a…Lie?

What is Two Truths and a Lie? “It’s an icebreaker exercise in which a person shares two facts about themselves that are true and one that is false,” says director Wes Grantom. “This activity has helped us get to know each other as we rehearse.” So, what better way to get to know the cast … Continued

Massimine receives Humanitarian of the Year Award

This just in! A huge congratulations to Chris Massimine, PTC’s Managing director on receiving the National Performing Arts Action Association 2019 Humanitarian of the Year! We’re very proud of Chris’s accomplishments and excited to bring those skills to Salt Lake City. October 16, 2019 press release:  Today the [National Performing Arts Action Association] NPAAA announced … Continued

Director’s Brief: “Cagney” and Concert Productions

Happy Opening Night!   Wow. I have been delinquent in my blogging. So sorry.   Cagney opens tonight. It has been a whirlwind—rehearsing and refining this charming piece. The technical elements are incredible. Twelve actors and more than 150 costumes?! You kind of have to see it to believe it, and I hope you will. … Continued

Industry Round-up from Playbill

Chris Massimine  Managing Director at Pioneer Theatre Company (Salt Lake City, UT) The recent Drama Desk-winning producer for the Joel Grey-helmed Fiddler on the Roof will partner with Artistic Director Karen Azenberg for a season that includes The Lifespan of a Fact, Once On This Island, and Something Rotten!. Massimine currently serves as co-development chair at the Alliance of Resident … Continued

The Passing of a Legend

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Harold Prince, a game-changer, uniting voice, and the heart and soul of Broadway. To the world his name and legacy was larger than life, but to me he was Hal- a friend who delighted in conversation on craft, family, life, and integrity; a mentor (one of hundreds … Continued