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We at Plan-B have been honored with the Allies for Equality Award from Equality Utah, the Equality Award from the Human Rights Campaign and Organization of the Year from Transgender Education Advocates (TEA) of Utah (twice!).
We are not the only professional theatre company in Utah producing LGBTQ work. We have, however, been the only professional theatre company in Utah specifically committed to producing LGBTQ work every season since 2001.
A PERFECT GANESH + THE LARAMIE PROJECT + MY LEFT BREAST + HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH + BASH: LATTER-DAY PLAYS + A LETTER TO HARVEY MILK + PATIENT A + MIASMA + SLAM + FACING EAST + THE ALIENATION EFFEKT + GUTENBERG! THE MUSICAL! + THE TRICKY PART + DI ESPERIENZA + THE LARAMIE PROJECT: TEN YEARS LATER (reading) + WALLACE + AMERIGO + THE NORMAL HEART (reading) + SHE WAS MY BROTHER + BORDERLANDS + LADY MACBETH + STANDING ON CEREMONY: THE GAY MARRIAGE PLAYS (reading) + 8 (reading) + ADAM & STEVE AND THE EMPTY SEA + ERIC(A) + DIFFERENT=AMAZING + CLEARING BOMBS + CHRISTMAS WITH MISFITS + MARRY CHRISTMAS + 3 + KINGDOM OF HEAVEN + VIRTUE + (in)divisible + THE ICE FRONT + THE WEIRD PLAY + GOOD STANDING and AN EVENING WITH TWO AWFUL MEN on the upcoming 2018/19 Season!
We have also been honored with the International Center for Women Playwrights’ 50/50 Applause Award (twice), Utah’s Governor’s Organization Leadership in the Arts Award and Salt Lake City’s Mayor’s Artist Award for Service to the Arts by an Organization.
“How would you like to write a play about our first gay president?”
A season exploring how truth finds us and what we do with it once it does. A season about sexuality, race and privilege. A season about us, here, now.
Over my 17 years as a professional actor I have only played six LGBTQ+ identified characters, three of them at Plan-B.
I’ll own up to the true inspiration behind the script’s central figure: it’s me.
I was so moved by our first out-loud-and-proud public recognition as a married couple that I literally had tears in my eyes.
As long as there are proclamations from pulpits, until there is no longer the need for coming out, there will be a need for our LGBTQ-inclusive work here in Salt Lake City.
Julie Jensen’s SHE WAS MY BROTHER opened Plan-B’s 2010/11, 20th anniversary season. Her CHRISTMAS WITH MISFITS receives its world premiere this December as part of Plan-B’s 2014/15 season. She shares her thoughts about being a gay playwright as...
My hope is that one day – we can all have a happy ending.
I somehow found myself on the Plan-B Theatre board, which turned out be one of the most fulfilling things I’ve done in my life.
Plan-B has a long history and tradition of presenting impactful and thought-provoking, LGBT-themed productions designed to foster counter-cultural conversation and dialogue in the heart of conservative Utah.