Production History

2014/15
  • RADIO HOUR EPISODE 9: GRIMM by Matthew Ivan Bennett (world premiere) in partnership with KUER’s RadioWest
  • CHRISTMAS WITH MISFITS by Julie Jensen (world premiere)
  • MARRY CHRISTMAS by Elaine Jarvik (Script-In-Hand Series world premiere)
  • MAMA by Carleton Bluford (world premiere) in partnership with The David Ross Fetzer Foundation for Emerging Artists
  • A/VERSION OF EVENTS by Matthew Ivan Bennett (world premiere)
  • PILOT PROGRAM by Melissa Leilani Larson (world premiere)
  • RUFF! by Jenifer Nii (world premiere, Free Elementary School Tour)
2013/14
2012/13
2011/12
2010/11 20TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON
  • SHE WAS MY BROTHER by Julie Jensen (regional premiere)
  • RADIO HOUR: MARATHON (all five RADIO HOURs broadcast on KUER)
  • DIFFERENT=AMAZING (an anti-bullying community event hosted by Plan-B)
  • THIS IS NOW by Matthew Ivan Bennett (world premiere, Equality Utah’s 10th anniversary Jazz Brunch)
  • MESA VERDE by Matthew Ivan Bennett (world premiere)
  • BORDERLANDS by Eric Samuelsen (world premiere)
  • 8th ANNUAL SLAM by Matthew Ivan Bennett, Kathleen Cahill, Julie Jensen, Jenifer Nii, Eric Samuelsen (world premiere)
  • GUTENBERG! THE MUSICAL! by Scott Brown & Anthony King (revival) in partnership with Park City’s Egyptian Theatre
2009/10
2008/09
  • 4TH ANNUAL RADIO HOUR: FRANKENSTEIN by Matthew Ivan Bennett (world premiere) in partnership with KUER’s RadioWest
  • CELEBRATING COMMON GROUND: THE ARTS COMMUNITY SUPPORTS EQUALITY featuring WHAT YOU GET by Matthew Ivan Bennett (world premiere)
  • BLOCK 8 by Matthew Ivan Bennett (world premiere)
  • DI ESPERIENZA by Matthew Ivan Bennett (world premiere)
  • AND THE BANNED SLAMMED ON by Matthew Ivan Bennett, Kathleen Cahill, Christopher Larsen, Jenifer Nii, Debora Threedy (world premiere)
2007/08
  • EXPOSED by Mary Dickson (world premiere)
    3RD ANNUAL RADIO HOUR: LAVENDER & EXILE by Matthew Ivan Bennett (world premiere) in partnership with KUER’s RadioWest
  • GUTENBERG! THE MUSICAL! by Scott Brown and Anthony King (regional premiere – first regional production worldwide)
  • THE END OF THE HORIZON by Debora Threedy (world premiere)
  • 5TH ANNUAL SLAM by Matthew Ivan Bennett, Cort Brinkerhoff, Kathleen Cahill, Eric Samuelsen, Debora Threedy (world premiere)
  • THE TRICKY PART by Martin Moran
    6TH ANNUAL AND THE BANNED PLAYED ON by Daisy Blake and Jerry Rapier
2006/07
  • 2ND ANNUAL RADIO HOUR: ZERO HOUR & THE HITCHHIKER by Ray Bradbury & Lucille Fletcher in partnership with KUER’s RadioWest
  • FACING EAST by Carol Lynn Pearson (world premiere; also SLC revival, off-Broadway, San Francisco)
  • THE ALIENATION EFFEKT by Tobin Atkinson (10th anniversary production)
  • 4TH ANNUAL SLAM by Matthew Ivan Bennett, Cort Brinkerhoff, Jim Martin, Eric Samuelsen, Deborah Threedy (world premiere)
  • 5TH ANNUAL AND THE BANNED PLAYED ON by Daisy Blake and Jerry Rapier
2006
  • AMERIKA by Aden Ross (world premiere; also Toronto’s Fringe Festival)
  • 3RD ANNUAL SLAM by Matthew Ivan Bennett, Cort Brinkerhoff, Kevin Doyle, Calvin Haul, Eric Samuelsen (world premiere)
  • 4TH ANNUAL AND THE BANNED PLAYED ON by Jerry Rapier
  • MIASMA by Eric Samuelsen (world premiere)
  • 1ST ANNUAL RADIO HOUR: RADIO POE adapted from Edgar Allan Poe by Cheryl Ann Cluff (world premiere) in partnership with KUER’s RadioWest
2005
  • TRAGEDY: A TRAGEDY by Will Eno (U.S. premiere)
  • 2ND ANNUAL SLAM by Matthew Ivan Bennett, Mike Dorrell, Eric Samuelsen, L.L. West, Nathan Wright (world premiere)
  • 3RD ANNUAL AND THE BANNED PLAYED ON by Jerry Rapier
  • PATIENT A by Lee Blessing
  • HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH by John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask (revival)
2004
  • ANIMAL FARM adapted from George Orwell by Nelson Bond
  • 1ST ANNUAL SLAM by Tobin Atkinson, Jeffrey Gold, Julie Jensen, Aden Ross, Eric Samuelsen (world premiere)
  • 2ND ANNUAL AND THE BANNED PLAYED ON by Jerry Rapier
  • A LETTER TO HARVEY MILK by Leslea Newman (world premiere; also Der Lesbisch-schwules Kulturhaus, Frankfurt, Germany)
2000/01
1999/2000
  • POE 2000 adapted from Edgar Allan Poe by Tobin Atkinson (world premiere)
  • A PLACE IN THE SKY by Tobin Atkinson (world premiere)
  • A VIOLENT ATTRACTION by Sally Kenyon (world premiere)
1998/99
  • THE PBTC RADIO SHOW by Tobin Atkinson and Mark Cantor (world premiere)
  • MASADA by Arthur Milner
1997/98
  • ANCIENT HOUSE adapted from Edgar Allan Poe by Nate Briggs (world premiere)
  • FAHRENHEIT 451 by Ray Bradbury
  • HIPPOLYTUS adapted from Euripides by Spence Porter (world premiere)
1996/97
  • HARD TIMES FOR THESE TIMES adapted from Charles Dickens by Tobin Atkinson (world premiere)
  • THE ALIENATION EFFEKT by Tobin Atkinson (world premiere)
  • BEGINNINGS by Tobin Atkinson (revival)
1995/96
  • NIGHT OF THE DOLL by Tobin Atkinson (world premiere)
  • LOUDER THAN WORDS by Tobin Atkinson (world premiere)
  • RADIO MACBETH adapted from William Shakespeare by Tobin Atkinson (world premiere)
  • MODERN JUSTICE by Tobin Atkinson (world premiere)
1991-1995
  • BEGINNINGS by Tobin Atkinson (world premiere)
  • MACBETH by William Shakespeare
  • MEASURE FOR MEASURE by William Shakespeare
  • CORIOLANUS by William Shakespeare
  • OUT OF THE FRYING PAN: AN EVENING OF ONE-ACTS
  • PUSHING THE ENVELOPE: AN EVENING OF ONE-ACTS
  • THE OCCUPATION OF HEATHER ROSE by Wendy Lill
  • THE FARNDALE AVENUE HOUSING ESTATE TOWNSWOMEN’S GUILD DRAMATIC SOCIETY MURDER
  • MYSTERY by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin
  • THE TYPISTS AND THE TIGER by Murray Schisgal

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