Our Giving Tuesday goal is to raise $2,500 between now and December 31, which will ensure our 2022 Subscription Series is fully funded!
Our last in-person performance in the Studio Theatre was February 23, 2020: the closing of SINGING TO THE BRINE SHRIMP by Jenny Kokai. We open THE CLEAN-UP PROJECT by Carleton Bluford on February 17, 2022: six days shy of two years between in-person performances at the Rose Wagner.
We couldn't be more grateful for your support during these two years. You have kept Plan-B alive and made it possible for us to create a whole lotta virtual art. Thank you! And to be so close to being fully funded for the season before the first rehearsal of these three shows takes place is simply astoundinghumblingamazingmindblowing.
We have been, and remain, in this together.
We will keep you and the artists safe.
We are striving to elevate our commitment to accessibility to the same level as our commitments to gender parity and representation.
To say that we are excited to see you at the theatre might just be the understatement of the century!
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We return to live performance in the Studio Theatre at the Rose Wagner with our 2022 Subscription Series, the first performing arts series in Utah history fully comprised of plays by playwrights of color. That are also new plays by playwrights of color. That are also new plays by local playwrights of color.
Subscription Series means you may subscribe, not that you must. Single tickets are also available. See TICKETS below.
THE CLEAN-UP PROJECT BY CARLETON BLUFORD (FEBRUARY 17-27)
Jordan & Melvin (a Black couple) and their friends Ryan & Taylor (a white couple) are forced to navigate a near-future America where white people are at risk. Black History Month like you’ve never seen it.
Featuring Cal Beck, Latoya Cameron, Chris Curlett, Dee-Dee Darby-Duffin, Matt Sincell, and Sarah Walker. Designed by Emma Belnap (lighting), Cheryl Ann Cluff (sound), Janice Chan (set), Arika Schockmel (props), and Derek Williamson (costumes). Set/lighting support by Sydney Shoell, stage managed by Taylor Wallace, directed by Jerry Rapier, assisted by Carleton Bluford.
AFTERSHOCK BY IRIS SALAZAR (APRIL 7-17)
A response to the earthquake that shook Salt Lake City within a week of the pandemic shutdown. How does Teah, a single, non-conservative, full-figured, Morena Mormon Mexican, who also happens to be a virgin, navigate a pandemiquake?
Featuring Danny Borba, Estephani Cerros, Pedro Flores, Liza Shoell, Sam Torres, and Yolanda Stange. Designed by Emma Belnap (lighting), Cheryl Ann Cluff (sound), Janice Chan (set), Maddiey Howell (costumes), and Arika Schockmel (props). Set/lighting support by Sydney Shoell, stage managed by Emily Beatse, directed by Cheryl Ann Cluff.
MESTIZA, OR MIXED BY MELISSA LEILANI LARSON (JUNE 9-19)
Lark Timon is no stranger to failure as it looms large in her filmmaking career. Plagued by debt and professional disappointment, she chances upon a potentially career-changing opportunity only to be confronted by questions about her art, her family, and her identity as a queer mestiza.
Featuring Joy Asiado, Rebecca Burroughs, Lily Hye Soo Dixon, April Fossen, and Carlos Nobleza Posas. Designed by Emma Belnap (lighting), Iris Salazar (set), Cheryl Ann Cluff (sound), Arika Schockmel (props), and Aaron Swenson (costumes). Set/lighting support by Sydney Shoell, stage managed by Sammee Jackman, directed by Jerry Rapier.
COVID-19 Safety Officer: Kallie Filanda | Intimacy Director: Kimi Handa Brown | Anti-Bias Trainer: Michelle Love-Day