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Utah Children's Theatre Fall line up 2018-2019

Season Tickets at Utah Children’s Theatre are a fun way to create family memories If you’re looking for an opportunity to spend quality time with your children and create memories that last a lifetime, get season tickets at Utah Children’s Theatre. Now in its 33rd season, UCT specializes in performances for children and families. Starting at just $50 per person ($10 per play and $30 off the individual ticket price), season tickets are an economical and fun way to experience live theatre. The Secret Garden opens UCT’s 33rd season, which features classic literature. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

The Little Prince | The Art Factory

Last weekend I took my almost 4 year old, Liam, to his first play. Neither of us were quite sure what we were getting ourselves into (Liam couldn’t wrap his mind around the fact that there was NOT going to be a screen in front of him) but we ended up having a great time. The play that we saw was “The Little Prince” by Sackerson theater company, which is going on right now at The Art Factory in Salt Lake City. I had heard of “The Little Prince” before but wasn’t familiar with the story. We’d been told it

Seeing a Show at Tuacahn! With Kids.

Up until recently, I never thought I'd be able to take my whole family (baby included) to a theater performance anywhere. It turns out, I was so wrong! On a recent trip to St. George, my whole family attended a performance of Shrek: The Musical at the Tuacahn Amphitheater in Ivins, Utah. We had a blast! Here's what we did to successfully make our first Tuacahn theater trip memorable and worthwhile. My husband, four kids (ages 1-7), dad, stepmom, and I arrived at Tuacahn around 8 pm. We enjoyed some pre-show singing by some performers. Evening shows don't start until

Anne of Green Gables

This weekend is your last chance to catch Anne of Green Gables. Their final shows will be Friday at 7:00pm and Saturday at 1:00 and 4:30pm. If you can't make it out this weekend, they will be starting their next show, which is The Wizard of Oz on December 10th. I highly recommend either one of these classics! Or we just discovered that they offer a cool ticket package that I am eyeing for kids' for Christmas. Rather than a full season pass to their shows, their new 3 show package gets you tickets to their final three shows of

Utah Children's Theatre | Adventures of Tom Sawyer

The Utah Children's Theatre invited us out to see their last show of the season, and as soon as my kids found out what it was they were begging to go. A few months ago my oldest boy (9) tried to read The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, but even though he could read it, the way they spoke made it hard for him to understand so it turned into a family read aloud instead and all my kids got a huge kick out of hearing all of Tom's antics and adventures. Thus, they were all excited to see the live

Utah Children's Theatre | Amelia Bedelia

It is no secret that our family loves The Utah Children's Museum down in Salt Lake. My kids have really come to love live theater over the past year and we've now been to a number of their shows since we first discovered them on a field trip with the kids' school. This month we went down and they hosted us at a showing of their Amelia Bedelia play that runs for the next two weeks. I grew up on Amelia Bedelia and at some point we have acquired multiple Amelia Bedelia books at our house that my kids love

Utah Children's Theatre | Peter Pan

During the kids' winter break from school we decided to take them to go see a play at the Utah Children's Theatre. Ever since I took our daughter to see Snow White there last month for a girl's night out, all my other kids have been asking to go, so we decided to have them host us for a showing of Peter Pan this time. When we got there we discovered that they now offer gift cards, which would have been so nice last month when I was trying to gift tickets to my niece for her birthday without knowing
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