Street art covers the sidewalks of Times Square with the #Phantomisback as Broadway slowly but steadily reopens after the closures due to COVID-19.
Broadway is swinging open this fall after COVID-19 forced musicals and plays to close in March 2020. Theaters on New York City’s “Great White Way” and across the country, including in Salt Lake City, are beginning to fill up with excited spectators.
BYU Theatre Ballet recently stepped away from the stage and into the woods to film the classic ballet story “Giselle.”
The Utah Shakespeare Festival is celebrating its 60th anniversary and season while honoring its founder. Despite some challenges with COVID-19, inclement weather and smoke from wildfires, the festival has had success this season so far.
Live venues in Utah County are now making moves to re-open as COVID-19 restrictions loosen.
Provo's Covey Center for the Arts is showing "Ordinary Days" on March 26 and 27, an original musical about four New Yorkers who cross paths and teach each other to see beauty in the unremarkable.