by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) The Fielding family’s Mormon values conflict with their tenant’s Sam Forrest’s atheistic
by Mahonri Stewart (Under license from Prospero Arts and Media) They thought that Georgiana Highett was invincible. Yet, after the death of
by Eric Samuelsen It takes courage to pretend to be someone you are not in order to be who you are. The
by Eric Samuelsen In the summer of 1942, economists Friedrich Hayek and John Maynard Keynes spent a night on the roof of
by Eric Samuelsen Grandfather Marty is getting older and the family needs to come together and care for him.George and Veeann are
a play by Eric Samuelsen What makes our acts moral? Is any practice “just business”? Can Book of Mormon lessons speak to
by Eric Samuelsen (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, LDS & Other Church Groups) In Family, real life becomes
by Eric Samuelsen (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, LDS & Other Church Groups) Pull out a microscope, put
by J. Scott Bronson ALTARS — 2M1W. Open Setting TOMBS — 2M 1W. Open Setting. Time for each: Just under an hour.
by Thomas F. Rogers (For production by Professional Groups, College/University Groups, Community Groups, High Schools, LDS & Other Church Groups, Youth Theatres)
by Tim Slover (For production by Professional Groups, Community Groups, and College & University Groups) In 1844 the Mormon prophet Joseph Smith
by Ron Kanecke In hurricane-swept Louisiana, an anxious but determined Ilene decides to face a lifetime of fears by refusing to evacuate
A play about teens: their struggles, their hopes, their dreams, their epic fails.
The retelling of a true tale about the first naval battle of the American Revolution.
One of America’s most powerful stories created for only FOUR performers.
The struggle over voting rights for women in the second State ever to adopt that amendment: Utah.
TV screens, computer screens, video screens, phone screens — what if they were the literal gateway to our scariest nightmares?
Up to 16 women search for the Feminine Face of God — The Divine Feminine.
This award-winning French fantasy centers around the bequeathing of a magical gift by a mother to her daughters, and becomes a play of emotional complication.
Ambition. Greed. Lust. Recklessness. Righteousness. Honor. Betrayal. Potential. Before there was Broadway’s “Hamilton”, there was Tim Slover’s “Treasure”.