BYU Arts announced its new slate of BRAVO! and theatre performances for 2021-2022 on Tuesday, returning to in-person attendance for the first time following the COVID-19 pandemic.
“After a season successfully and creatively navigating productions during COVID-19, we are especially excited to return to performances where we can share the innovative work of our students and faculty with the surrounding community,” BYU Theatre Artistic Director Stephanie Breinholt said in the announcement.
BYU Theatre is set to offer eight different productions beginning in the fall, including classics “Julius Caesar”, “Fiddler on the Roof” and “Pride and Prejudice.”
BRAVO!, BYU’s series of concerts from guest performers, will feature artists such as jazz performer Wynton Marsalis and composer Eric Whitacre.
The Arts department looks forward to having audiences back to share each show with them after a year of virtual performances.
“There is nothing like a live performance and the energy that comes from that exchange,” Breinholt said. “The past year has reaffirmed that. We are excited to return!”
Art passes, which allow holders to select and attend six BYU performing events of their choice, go on sale to new customers on Thursday, July 15.