Upcoming Shows
Sep
8

TEDxSaltLakeCity

Kingsbury Hall
Focused on the theme “At the Edge,” speakers and performances will push us to think past our traditional boundaries to find new ideas, new perceptions, and new ways to be active in our world and communities.
starting Sep
13

Carmen Inside Out

Kingsbury Hall
Interact with the living, breathing Carmen “beyond opera, beyond music… where theatre and truth meet” (Opera News, NY).
starting Sep
27

Monica Bill Barnes: “Happy Hour”

Kingsbury Hall
From its sold-out run in New York, Happy Hour comes to Salt Lake in this fun and subversive show that “breaks all the rules of theater” (DC Metro).
Oct
16

Julie Fowlis

Libby Gardner Concert Hall
In an evening of traditional Gaelic stories and songs, Julie’s “crystalline” and “intoxicating” voice will take you on a journey through the rich traditions of her homeland.
Nov
3

Taylor Mac: “A 24-Decade History of Popular Music (Abridged)”

Kingsbury Hall
Back by popular demand, the luminous Taylor Mac returns to Salt Lake decked and bedazzled in gloriously irreverent regalia for a night that is “startlingly unique…a must-see for anyone who wants to see a kinder, gentler society” (Huffington Post).
starting Nov
8

“The Bridge” – SALT Contemporary Dance

Kingsbury Hall
Performed by SALT Contemporary Dance, a Utah-based company of classically trained, artistically versatile dancers, the chilling tale unfolds through stunning choreography by Brendan Duggan, 2017 winner of the WMU National Choreography Competition.
Nov
16

Kealoha: “The Story of Everything”

Kingsbury Hall
Kealoha explores the question “Where do we come from?” drawing from sources as diverse and yet interconnected as the Big Bang Theory, disco, physics, biology, Michael Jackson, and the Kumulipo.
Nov
27

Bassem Youssef: “The Joke is Mightier than the Sword”

Kingsbury Hall
Bassem Youssef, dubbed the Jon Stewart of the Arab World, was named one of Time Magazine’s most influential people, under the “Pioneers” category, and continues to challenge power with one of the most powerful weapons: humor.
starting Dec
3

The Lower Lights Christmas Concerts

Kingsbury Hall
Clap, sing, strum, stomp, and otherwise ring in your holiday season with the ninth annual Lower Lights Christmas concerts, returning to Kingsbury Hall for a fourth year.
Jan
12

Doktor Kaboom

Kingsbury Hall
Sporting chrome goggles, an orange lab coat, motorcycle boots, and wicked cool hair, Doktor Kaboom travels the world, thrilling adults and children alike with an explosive comedic style guaranteed to please.
Jan
19

Healthcare: Stories of Illness & Wellness

Kingsbury Hall
Join us for a special evening of storytelling, featuring true stories told live on stage without notes; about sickness and health, complications and recovery, and the challenges that arise in the providing and receiving of care.
Feb
2

wild UP: “We the People”

Libby Gardner Concert Hall
wild Up is an experimental classical ensemble, led by artistic director and conductor Christopher Rountree, united around the belief that no music is off limits, and that a concert space should be as moving as the music heard in it: small, powerful, and unlike anything else.
Feb
5

Anna Akana

Post Theatre
David P. Gardner Lecture in the Humanities and Fine Arts
Feb
15

Bollywood Boulevard

Kingsbury Hall
Lose yourself in a film phenomenon that has captured the hearts of billions across the world. Bollywood Boulevard will have you falling in love with the vibrancy, emotions, and heart-pounding beat that inspires the world’s largest entertainment industry.
starting Feb
19

Banff Film Festival

Kingsbury Hall
Don’t miss this year’s Banff Film Festival, filled with stories of remote journeys, ground-breaking expeditions, and cutting-edge adventures told through the eyes of adventurers, authors, photographers, and filmmakers from around the globe.
starting Feb
22

The Other Mozart

Dumke Recital Hall
Sylvia Milo’s award-winning The Other Mozart is the true, untold story of Nannerl Mozart, the sister of Amadeus — a prodigy, keyboard virtuoso, and composer, who performed throughout Europe with her brother to equal acclaim, but her work and her story faded away, lost to history.
Mar
29

Gina Chavez

Kingsbury Hall
Backed by a talented five-piece band, Chavez is winning audiences everywhere with a passionate collection of bilingual songs traversing cumbia, bossa nova, vintage pop, reggaeton, and folk combined with dynamic vocals and sharp social commentary.
Apr
5

Complexions Contemporary Ballet

Kingsbury Hall
Complexions performs an exhilarating program full of glitter and glam featuring Star Dust, an “utterly transfixing” tribute to the life and music of David Bowie.
starting Apr
6

Scott Silven: Wonders at Dusk

Kingsbury Hall
With seating on the stage at Kingsbury Hall, this intimate show harnesses Silven’s training in hypnosis, psychology, and the performing arts for an uncommon evening of awe-inspiring intrigue.
starting Apr
12

Scott Silven: At the Illusionist’s Table

Candles flicker. Whiskey pours. Conversation stirs. Before the night is over, your thoughts will transcend; mysteries will materialize; and your dreams will be revealed.
starting Apr
12

Alice

Kingsbury Hall
Performed by the young actors of U of U Youth Theatre, the story follows Alice’s adventures in the wild and wacky world she discovers after falling down the rabbit hole.
starting Apr
19

Dialogues des Carmelites

Kingsbury Hall
This dramatic and powerful tour-de-force, based on a true story, explores faith and redemption, fate and sacrifice.