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BYU stages new opera, “The Lost Children of Hamelin”

Over the last 19 years, the BYU School of Music has presented several operatic world premieres. This spring, the School has another rare opportunity to introduce a new opera to its university and community audiences. The School will present the new opera The Lost Children of Hamelin, written by former BYU student Jamie Erekson and […]

Stage adaptation of “Charlotte’s Web” tells story of friendship and sacrifice

BYU Arts presents a heartfelt adaptation of the family drama, Charlotte’s Web, a story of a pig and a spider, of growing up, of finding a place in the world and, ultimately, a story of facing the challenges of life through friendship and sacrifice that has inspired generations. The Department of Theatre and Media Arts […]

Kristin Chenoweth, Lea Salonga, Branford Marsalis headline BYU’s BRAVO! ’16-’17 Professional Performing Arts Season

Tony Award-winning actors, Grammy Award-winning musicians, and celebrated dancers and theatre-makers from ten different countries will come to Provo next season for an unparalleled program of world-class performances. From Broadway legends to chamber music masters and time-honored dance to thrilling circus—there are many treasures to discover during the new season of professional performing arts at […]

BYU Arts announces ‘16-‘17 theatre season

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! The Brigham Young University Department of Theatre and Media Arts explores a variety of styles, genres and stories in a dynamic new season of gripping dramas, classic comedies, theatre for young audiences and a beloved, high-flying musical for all to enjoy. Highlights from 2016-2017 theatre season include a new production of Arthur Miller’s classic drama The […]

Standby Tickets for “Misalliance”

Standby Tickets for “Misalliance”

For any sold out performance of Misalliance (Nov. 5-21), standby ticketing will be offered at the door of the theatre immediately prior to the start of the performance. Please note: The standby line begins forming one hour prior to the start of any sold out performance on the first floor of the HFAC at the bottom of […]