We invite you to join us for 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.

Representation matters.

Please select one performance from the Select An Option drop-down menus below the descriptions of each of the these world premieres by Utah playwrights of color. Then click the blue Add to Cart button. If you would like to add a donation to your order, you will have that option once you view your cart.

These in-person performances are at reduced capacity, allowing for socially-distanced seating, in the Studio Theatre at the Rose Wagner. We will keep you updated on all COVID-19 protocols – health and safety first! Masks and proof of vaccination are required for attendance. All members of the casts and creative teams are fully vaccinated, and are tested three times weekly, and wear masks except when on stage.

Subscribers may exchange tickets at no charge. And, if you decide you are not quite sure about attending in person, even when you arrive at the theatre, you may transfer your ticket(s) to a streaming option. You may also purchase a streaming subscription by clicking here or selecting each of the digital options from the drop-down menus below.

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Full price tickets + fees total $80 for all three shows. The subscription rate of $63 includes all fees and is a savings of 20%!


THE CLEAN-UP PROJECT by Carleton Bluford *

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.

From the author of MAMA.

AFTERSHOCK by Iris Salazar *

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?

From the author of “American Pride” from …OF COLOR.

MESTIZA, or MIXED by Melissa Leilani Larson *

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.


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