2018: Utah Rep’s Season Six


By Scott Elmegreen and Drew Fornarola

JC Carter, director


Funny, sad, sexy and surprising, this three-character drama meditates on fidelity, identity and the moral complex of a generation that prides itself on the pretense of acceptance.

“A smart, bracing production brimming with clever wisecracks and thought-provoking observations on sexual identity.”—The New York Times



By Ayad Akhtar

Bobby Cody, director


Pulitzer Prize Winner. Identity, heritage and passion collide in this riveting exploration of the stories we tell our friends, the secrets we tell our lovers and the lies we tell ourselves to find our place in the American Dream.

“The best play I saw last year. A quick-witted and shattering drama. Disgraced rubs all kinds of unexpected raw spots with intelligence and humor.”—Newsday



By Sharr White

Jason Bowcutt, director


After 20 years apart, Emma tracks Ulysses to a trailer park in the middle of nowhere for a final reckoning. What unfolds is a visceral and profound meditation on love and loss with the simplest of theatrical elements: two people in one room.

“Playwright Sharr White has created two fine and ferociously damaged people caught in the emotional whirlpool of not being able to live with or without each other.”—Huffington Post


Two Great Salt Lake Fringe Shows



American Psycho

Music and Lyrics by Duncan Sheik / Book by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

JayC Stoddard, director


Based on the novel by Bret Easton Ellis, American Psycho tells the story of Patrick Bateman and his elite group of friends, who spend their days in chic restaurants, exclusive clubs and designer labels. But at night, Patrick takes part in a darker indulgence, and his mask of sanity is starting to slip.

“‘American Psycho’ slays onstage! Wonderful! Graphic sex acts, torturing, stabbing, slashing, axe-wielding, snorting coke off toilets and a marvelous score/”—The Associated Press