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Apr 22

Earth Day

Presented by Discovery Gateway Children's Museum at Discovery Gateway Children's Museum

It’s Earth Day! Celebrate our beautiful planet while learning about the importance of protecting and caring for our Earth!

Apr 22

UNLADYLIKE2020 Screening and Community Conversation

Presented by Salt Lake City Public Library at Salt Lake City Public Library (Main Branch)

Join us for a research presentation on Martha Hughes Cannon and Zitkala-Ša, two women who had tremendous impact on Utah and U.S. history, and a sneak peek screening of the first episode of UNLADYLIKE2020

Apr 23
Apr 25

Czech That Film Tour 2019

Presented by Salt Lake Film Society at Broadway Centre Cinemas

Come see new and exciting films at the seventh annual Czech That Film festival, showcasing the best of modern Czech cinema.

Apr 23

Crowdsourced Comedy Improv Showcase

Presented by Crowdsourced Comedy at Wiseguys Comedy Club - Downtown SLC

Come see Salt Lake City's best improvisers create scenes, stories, and characters on the spot - all based on your suggestions. The show is never the same twice!

Apr 23

Ones to Watch Presents Lovelytheband

Presented by The Depot at The Depot

Apr 24
May 29

Brown Bag Organ Recital

Presented by First United Methodist Church at First United Methodist Church

Get away from the office during lunch and enjoy beautiful music on a historic pipe organ. Free and open to the public.

Apr 24

SoMo

Presented by The Complex at The Complex

LNE Presents SoMo

Apr 24
Jan 29

Magic Show: Circus of the Strange

Presented by The Art Factory at Urban Arts Gallery

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Read an early review of KNIFE+HEART via Birth.Movies.Death: https://t.co/6hs1GE2Asa Opens 5/3 at Tower.

If you think "Norma" is dramatic, just listen to the back story. Vincenzo Bellini's life was filled with drama, success, and a bad case of "be-careful-what-you-wish-for." #somuchdrama

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Background on the Opera | Norma - Utah Opera

by Michael Clive   The history of classical music teems with colorful anecdotes. Does it matter that most of them are fiction? Invented by passionat...

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It is going to be magical! Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire™ in Concert at Abravanel Hall! #HarryPotterinConcert @CineConcerts https://t.co/scZAAaAV7Q

Today @storypirates took us on and adventure. We encountered a very scary bumblebee; a dog and cat that discovered they can be friends; an owl who needs glasses; and a wizard who defeated a dragon. One of the stories was even written by a kid in our audience!

Read an early review of Hungarian filmmaker László Nemes latest SUNSET via RollingStone https://t.co/xgQifEhA8G
Opens 5/3 at Broadway.

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ASK DR. RUTH opens 5/3 at Broadway.
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Saw this film during Sundance and Dr Ruth was there for Q&A

16 hours ago

Utah Symphony

This morning The Story Pirates took stories written by real kids and took us on and adventure. We encountered a very scary bumblebee; a dog and cat that discovered they can be friends; an owl who needs glasses; and a wizard who defeated a dragon. One of the stories was even written by a kid in the audience!

What was your favorite story? Tell us in the comments!
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First time I can say I truly loved Cannon in D!

The Chocolate Cereal Train and the Big Milk Spill! Although my kids would say The Story About Cats Flying!

20 hours ago

Ballet West

“You have to love dancing to stick to it. It gives you nothing back, no manuscripts to store away, no paintings to show on walls and maybe hang in museums, no poems to be printed and sold, nothing but that single fleeting moment when you feel alive.”--Merce Cunningham
Soloist Chelsea Keefer, First Soloist Katlyn Addison, and Soloist Jenna Rae Herrera in Cunningham's iconic work, Summerspace, which is being presented at The Joyce Theater in honor of what would have been his 100th birthday.
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“You have to love dancing to stick to it. It gives you nothing back, no manuscripts to store away, no paintings to show on walls and maybe hang in museums, no poems to be printed and sold, nothing but that single fleeting moment when you feel alive.”--Merce Cunningham
Soloist Chelsea Keefer, First Soloist Katlyn Addison, and Soloist Jenna Rae Herrera in Cunninghams iconic work, Summerspace, which is being presented at The Joyce Theater in honor of what would have been his 100th birthday.

 

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This group of dancers were beautiful to behold 🌟

I only have two photos of myself in studio, and a scrapbook from my two seasons in the Nutcracker with Ballet West back when they performed in Long Beach CA. I developed a muscle disorder in my late teens, and couldn’t pursue ballet as my chosen career. I couldn’t even go to the ballet or I’d have cried incessantly until I hit forty, and figured I’d likely be retired by then anyhow. I follow you on FB and wish the company many more years of incredible successes. Thank you for the memories! Next life, I’ll try again!

SLFS's historic Tower Theatre will be a part of the 9th & 9th Adult Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday 4/20. Starting at 10 am until all the eggs are found. Good luck and happy searching! ... See MoreSee Less

SLFSs historic Tower Theatre will be a part of the 9th & 9th Adult Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday 4/20. Starting at 10 am until all the eggs are found.  Good luck and happy searching!

 

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There needs to be more such adult activities.

1 day ago

Utah Symphony

Tonight was quite the circus.

Escape the ordinary and join us for Cirque Dances with Troupe Vertigo & the Utah Symphony again tomorrow: bit.ly/2Uws3Hr
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The Gateway’s Rio Grande Concert Series is Back!

Grab friends and family, a picnic and a blanket and head to The Gateway’s Olympic Plaza every Thursday this May for a free concert. Food trucks, live painting provided by THE BLOCKS, craft beer and cocktails will be available. Cayucas, a nationally known band out of Los Angeles, will be kicking off the series followed […]

Pardon our dust, the Capitol Theatre is getting an upgrade!

Starting on April 1, the Capitol Theatre is closed for six months for several long-awaited upgrades and renovations.  The Capitol Theatre reopens on October 1, 2019, with Utah Opera’s production of Verdi’s La Traviata, followed by Ballet West performing Balanchine’s Ballet Russes.  You, too, can be a part of the renovation project!  Consider naming a seat and supporting […]

Plan-B Theatre Company announces their 2019/2020 season

As the only professional theatre company in the United States producing full seasons of new plays by local playwrights, Plan-B Theatre is thrilled to announce thier 29th season, featuring only the second all-female Subscription Season in their history!   2019/2020 Season Schedule ROSE EXPOSED: #TRENDING – August 24 Our annual one-night-only event featuring new work […]

Utah Film Center’s Fiscal Sponsorship Projects are headed to Film Festivals

The Utah Film Center congratulates four projects from their Fiscal Sponsorship Program that will be screening at the upcoming Full Frame and Tribeca Film Festivals! Utah Film Center’s fiscal sponsorship program allows them to support artists and projects worldwide and provides Utahns access to complete projects free of charge. Many foundations and large donors require grant […]

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