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There is no shortage of world-class theaters where visitors to Utah can enjoy exciting performances.
If your travels take you to Ogden, grab a ticket for a performance at Peery's Egyptian Theater. Originally built as a lavish movie palace in 1924, this stunning theater still shines. The modern house has been redesigned for symphonic, dance, choral, and live theater performances. It also has become a venue for Sundance Film Festival screenings.
Speaking of Sundance, the Sundance Summer Theatre continues to grow as musicals are brought to life in their unique outdoor venue. The Ellen Eccles Theatre in Logan has been fully restored as one of the finest performing arts theaters in the north, and frequently acts as host stage for regional performing companies.
Broadway shows and touring concerts are on the marquee at the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City. It has both indoor and outdoor spaces, including a theater that can accommodate up to 2,500 guests. A more intimate Regent Street Black Box theater welcomes innovative, original theatrical events. The Hale Center Theatre, the Salt Lake Acting Company, and the Pioneer Theatre Company are also highlights of the Salt Lake City theater scene.
On your next visit into Midvale you'll enjoy the scenic landscapes of northern Utah, a charming small town allure, and a variety of local attractions. Set some time aside and visit the Midvale Main Street Theatre, situated just west of I-15 and only one door down from the Midvale Historical Society & Museum.
Perfect for a family outing on your visit to Midvale, the Main Street Theatre stages a variety of performances throughout the year – children and adults from Midvale community perform. The improv comedy troupe Quick Wits conducts weekly performances Friday and Saturday nights. Drive in from nearby Salt Lake City or Sandy and enjoy a performance.