Wasatch Theatre Company
Gross Indecency Reveals the Trauma and Trials of Oscar Wilde
For a show taking place in 1895, Gross Indecency felt modern with its themes of homophobia and forbidden love at the forefront. … read more
Ariana Broumas Farber’s DREAMERS: A Portrait of America
DREAMERS reveals much about how cultural, gender and religious differences are perceived and, more often, misunderstood under Western idealism. … read more
A Product of Our Society: The Laramie Project Comes to...
The Laramie Project isn’t a play where you will leave from the theater humming catchy tunes, but it is a moment to focus on the reality of the truths we carry. … read more
Utah Women Make Their Voices Heard in Monologues From A...
Monologues From A Movement, an original stage play written by Amanda Caraway and directed by Cami Rozanas, is all about giving Utah women a chance to be heard. … read more
Wasatch Theatre Company’s State Premiere: A Bright New Boise
A Brand New Boise is about a man named Will who fled his fundamentalist church after a major scandal ensued and heads to Boise to meet his estranged son, Alex. Of all the uncomfortable plays I’ve seen in my life, this one has made it near the top of my list. … read more