Brandan Ngo on creating ‘RADIO HOUR EPISODE 16: THE CASE OF THE MISSING DOG’
We’re kicking of #AANHPI Heritage Month with a conversation between Jerry Rapier and Brandan Ngo.Read More
Wallace, Jerry, Jenifer, and Carleton
This play felt incredibly specific in 2010 but now it feels like Jenifer wrote this astonishing piece of literature earlier today for this moment, this evening. It feels urgent.Read More
Jenifer Nii’s work graces the Plan‑B Theatre stage one final time with the revival of her 2010 play FIRE!
FIRE! is a play for now, connecting two Utah writers of color separated by a century, the careers of both cut tragically short. Revisiting Jenifer’s first work as her final Plan-B production is a fitting farewell to a barrier-breaking writer in conversation with and celebration of another.Read More
14th Annual Edward Lewis Theatre Festival
Darryl Stamp’s GO HOME COME BACK is heartfelt, thought-provoking, and personal
I hope audiences who see GO HOME COME BACK will consider that, since we don’t know what tomorrow brings, it’s incumbent upon us to embrace those we love, strengthen our friendships, and act with kindness, compassion, and forgiveness before our lives end.Read More
Morag Shepherd: If you can’t laugh at tragedy, then you’re in trouble
SAY ABORTION, ON STAGE
True abortion stories gathered by Planned Parenthood Association of Utah from Utahns who have had abortions. A co-production of An Other Theater Co., Plan-B Theatre, PYGmalion Productions, and Planned Parenthood Association of Utah.Read More
MaryBeth Jarvis Clark: I’m still a beginner, but you know what else I am now? A playwright.
Birthday Suit(e). Birthday Suit. Birthday Suite. We don’t know which company will read it which way. But we do know we’ll have a great time figuring it out with you as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center!Read More