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Thoughts about Plan-B from artists, patrons and donors.  Feel free to share your thoughts on our Facebook page or in the comments section below.  Please make your #GivingTuesday contribution to Plan-B – even $10! – here.

Plan-B is home.
Kirt Bateman

Plan-B is a place where artists live, where ideas can thrive.
Bill Allred

Plan-B is a voice that’s relevant to where I live, when I’m living, and who I’m living with.
Stephen Brown

Plan-B means a home for Utah writers, a stage for Utah stories.
Julie Jensen

Plan-B means a life buoy thrown to a drowning man.
Eric Samuelsen

Plan-B is a spiritual home to me.
Matthew Ivan Bennett

Plan-B means theatre that never disappoints.
Carol Lynn Pearson

Plan-B is the embrace of risk and the support of unique voices which means opportunity.
Susan Miller

Plan-B is family.
Mark Fossen

Plan-B is home.
April Fossen

Plan-B is home.
Stephanie Howell

Plan-B is essential to the community, pushing boundaries, has changed my life for the better, encouraged and nurtured me artistically . . . and they’re just a bunch of super sweet and generous people.
Camden Chamberlain

Plan-B is the opportunity to explore and challenge yourself.
David Spencer

Plan-B means making what was hope a reality.
Jenifer Nii

Plan-B means there’s always another way to see things.
Dave Mortensen

Plan-B means community.
Jay Perry

Plan-B means togetherness.
Daisy Blake Perry

Plan-B is a bold, daring and supportive home for SLC actors and playwrights.
Scott Smith

Plan-B means a place for challenging, engaging, and imaginative theatre. It’s a gem!
Bob Nelson

Plan-B is the best theatre company in Utah providing socially conscious theatre at an incredible value.
Benjamin Brown

Plan-B means fearlessness.
Jason Tatom

Plan-B means unbelievable opportunities.
Teresa Sanderson

Plan-B is thought-provoking and world-bettering.
Kevin Emerson

Plan-B is a theatrical amplifier exposing thought-provoking and original works by local artists to Utah audiences and beyond.
Teri Cowan

Plan-B  is where anyone can learn to expand their mind, heart, and soul.
Sarah Young

Plan-B is theatre that makes me think for a week.
Jesse Nix

Plan-B is a work of art that challenges me.
Melissa Rasmussen

Plan-B makes me think, makes me feel, makes me laugh . . . and it makes me want to stay up late drinking Moscow Mules talking about theatre and serious shit (stuff).
Larry West

Plan-B means brave, new theatre.
Betsy West

Plan-B is a supportive team that puts story first.
Matthew Greene

Plan-B means challenging theatre – a force that moves you in the right direction.
Topher Rasmussen

Plan B is a home-grown product and one to be proud of. It assures me of good, intimate theatre with provocative new plays by local playwrights, performed by brilliant local actors, sets/sound/designs by sensitive local craftsmen, and directed by innovative local directors. And the price of the ticket is affordable. It doesn’t get better than that!
Anne Cullimore Decker

Plan-B is a generous and nurturing artistic environment that respects and stretches the artists and audiences that step inside.
Jason Bowcutt

Plan-B is part of the heart of our community. It brings joy, thought and hope.
Michael Aaron

Plan-B means opportunity and inspiration.
Lauren Byington-Noll

Plan-B is a place where theatre artists in our community can come together to make their very best offerings.
Christy Summerhays

Plan-B is an organization that takes its community role seriously, even to the level of young children.  They have sponsored opportunities for young people to learn about and empathize with the condition of bullying in today’s schools.  This is an essential role to play when so many kids are struggling with their emerging identities in a school system that struggles to understand, acknowledge, and affirm difference.  Plan-B provides a forum for young adults to engage with the topic of bullying and reflect on their place in eradicating it.
Jim Martin

Plan-B is always thought-provoking scripts that are well acted.
Beth Bruner

Plan-B means exciting, innovative, and intimate theatre.
Debora Threedy

Plan-B means courage.
Logan Tarantino

Plan-B is an important part of my SLC.
Mike Thompson

Plan-B means mental stimulus to me.
Latoya Rhodes

Plan-B is telling stories without precedent.
Phillip R. Lowe

Plan-B means thought-provoking theatre.
Elaine Jarvik

Plan-B means enlightenment.
Jennifer Freed

Plan-B is theatre with substance.
Dee-Dee Darby-Duffin

Plan-B means life changing experiences for me.
Jayne Luke

Plan-B means reshaping artistic and conversational boundaries for me.
Martine Kei Green-Rogers

Plan-B is creativity on steroids.
Kay Shean

Plan-B is the only socially-relevant stage to me.
Sean Sekino

Plan B shows me the human condition in stories that I would not otherwise encounter. I have to think and stretch my mind.
Karen Duncan

Plan-B means I get thought provoking theater by local Utah playwrights and actors.
Brian Doughty

Plan-B means thought-provoking scripts, fearless acting, confident directing, innovative sets and always the experience of going home with new questions and answers, new thoughts in my head and new admiration for the theatre.
Colleen Baum

Plan-B is honest and artful storytelling.
Emma Munson

Plan-B means outstanding opportunities for actors, playwrights, artists, and audiences.
Charles Lynn Frost

Plan-B is a path to discovery.
Claire Wilson

Plan-B means home grown: local actors, local playwrights, global conversations. But mostly Plan-B means “Theatre Christmas.”
Kyle Lewis

Plan-B is inspirational.
Tia Byington-Noll

Plan-B is a relevant, artistic voice for our unique community and culture.
Tyson Baker

Plan-B means learning something new.
Michael Johnson

Plan-B means a delightfully unsettling theatre experience.
Chriss Meecham

 

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