The centerpiece for the Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespeare Festival, the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts includes the open-air Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre, the smaller Eileen & Ellen Anes Studio Theatre, as well as education spaces, rehearsal halls, administrative offices, and various costume, hair, and makeup shops.
Dreamed of for decades, this building for the arts on the Utah Valley University campus was incorporated into the school’s existing Noorda Theatre. The center feature a 500-seat proscenium theater with an orchestra pit for live musical performances and opera, as well as a 900-seat concert hall.
The visual centerpiece of Utah State University’s Caine School of the Arts, this performance hall is inspired by Utah’s mountains.
Considered the foremost cultural venue for performing arts in Utah, the 1913 Capitol Theatre was prioritized by Salt Lake County for renovation and restoration. This public/private endeavor included a lobby expansion, new flooring, new ticket and concession stands, 30 new toilets, raising the stage four inches to improve nightlines, more comfortable seating, and a complete HVAC system replacement.