Outlaw Trail Theater Announcement 2017!

The Uintah Arts Council’s Outlaw Trail Theater is proud and excited to announce their 2017 summer shows! Yes, we said shows (plural)!

First of all, we are keeping with tradition by producing a musical… the incomparable Singin’ In the Rain! This show will be directed and choreographed by Taunia Wheeler with music director Brian Litton. The show will run June 19th thru July 1st. Auditions will be held in early-mid April and rehearsals will start May 1st.

Along with the musical, we will also be producing a fun-filled melodrama… Showtime On the Showboat or… Don’t Throw Garbage In the River! The melodrama will be directed by Jake Harrison! “Showtime” will run a few performances during the Uintah County Fair and again on Wednesday nights, June 21st and 28th, during the musical. Auditions for the melodrama will be held at the end of April and rehearsals, again, will begin in the first week of May.

Anyone interested in auditioning should click here, audition/OutlawTrailTheater.com.

Ticket information, etc., will be available here, at OutlawTrailTheater.com.

Follow us here on Facebook, also, to keep up on what’s going on… or we’ll try to keep feeding our Twitter site here.

Auditions: One More Week

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It’s time to get serious about auditions for Camelot–with only one week to go. But, there’s still plenty of time.

We need all of you to share this with everyone you know, whether you are able or interested or not. The only way that everyone will hear about this is if you share it. Please make sure everyone has an opportunity to try out and possible take part in this classic production! Thank you, every one of you, for your help!

Don’t Forget – Marine Band – Thursday

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Things have been a little quiet since we announced that the President’s Own U.S. Marine Band concert is completely sold out for Thursday, September 18th. Not so quiet, though, that we want you to forget to go… since you went to the trouble of getting your tickets.

Excitement is mounting as the day is almost here. It’s going to be an experience that we will always remember.

The building will open at about 6:15 and the auditorium doors will open at 6:45. There will be no large bags or purses allowed in the building. There also will be no seat-saving. ALL ticket holders must be seated by 7:15. After 7:15, all tickets are void and non-ticket holders will be seated in the remaining seats… from a “stand-by” line which will be designated.

Please don’t forget to come to the concert… remind everyone you know who has a ticket.

Marine Band Concert SOLD OUT!

 

 

Band on stage with lettering in frontTickets are all gone for the President’s Own United States Marine Band concert in Vernal on Thursday, September 18, 2014 @ 7:30 PM. There will be an opportunity for non-ticket holders to wait in a stand-by line for seats not occupied by the 7:15 PM deadline.

As of 7:15 PM, all unseated tickets become void and non-ticket holders will be seated in those empty seats before the concert begins promptly at 7:30. Those hopeful folks that are in the stand-by line will be the first ones to be seated.

The auditorium doors will be opened at 6:45 to allow ticket-holders in to find seats and settle in before we start seating stand-by patrons after 7:15 in any seats that are empty. There will be no saving of seats and every seat will be filled when the concert starts.

Thank you so much for your support… we know you will enjoy this show and it’s one that you will always remember.

Last Call for Opera – Tonight!

Utah opera RESIDENT artists TO PERFORM IN Uintah COUNTY

VERNAL – Uintah County students can enjoy live professional opera in their own schools when Utah Opera Resident Artists perform for them throughout the week April 7-11, 2014. Community members are invited to hear the artists in a performance of live opera on Thursday evening at Vernal Middle School Auditorium.

During their tour, Utah Opera Resident Artists will offer age-appropriate performances of the lively and colorful “Who Wants to be an OPERA STAR?” for elementary schools and “Opera 101” for secondary students.

Based on the format of popular game shows, “Who Wants to be an OPERA STAR?” allows the visiting artists to teach the fundamentals of opera to younger students. The artists act as contestants who demonstrate their answers with vocal selections while the children serve as the studio audience. Students actively participate when they join the contestants in clapping rhythms, singing melodies and identifying emotions in the music.

“Opera 101” is an introduction to the art form of opera. Utah Opera Resident Artists introduce the elements of opera and drama by performing arias and scenes from popular opera.

In-school performances for students are offered free-of-charge to Utah schools thanks to partial funding through the Utah State Legislature’s Professional Outreach Programs in the Schools (POPS) program.

Tonight, Thursday, April 10 at 7:30 PM, the Utah Opera Resident Artists will perform an hour-long updated Western version of Donizetti’s famous The Elixir of Love is in English. In the opera, sassy cowgirl Adina can’t seem to get shy ranch hand Nemorino to declare his love for her. When a rival appears on the scene, Nemorino uses a magic love potion to give him courage. Tickets are $5 per person or $10 per family (up to 6 people). Tickets can be purchased in advance through Uintah Arts Council at http://uintahartscouncil.com/ or will be available at the door.

Utah Opera Resident Artists TO PERFORM IN Uintah COUNTY

Utah opera RESIDENT artists TO PERFORM IN Uintah COUNTY 

VERNAL – Uintah County students can enjoy live professional opera in their own schools when Utah Opera Resident Artists perform for them throughout the week April 7-11, 2014. Community members are invited to hear the artists in a performance of live opera on Thursday evening at Vernal Middle School Auditorium.

During their tour, Utah Opera Resident Artists will offer age-appropriate performances of the lively and colorful “Who Wants to be an OPERA STAR?” for elementary schools and “Opera 101” for secondary students.

Based on the format of popular game shows, “Who Wants to be an OPERA STAR?” allows the visiting artists to teach the fundamentals of opera to younger students. The artists act as contestants who demonstrate their answers with vocal selections while the children serve as the studio audience. Students actively participate when they join the contestants in clapping rhythms, singing melodies and identifying emotions in the music.

“Opera 101” is an introduction to the art form of opera. Utah Opera Resident Artists introduce the elements of opera and drama by performing arias and scenes from popular opera.

In-school performances for students are offered free-of-charge to Utah schools thanks to partial funding through the Utah State Legislature’s Professional Outreach Programs in the Schools (POPS) program.

On Thursday, April 10 at 7:30 PM, the Utah Opera Resident Artists will perform an hour-long updated Western version of Donizetti’s famous The Elixir of Love is in English. In the opera, sassy cowgirl Adina can’t seem to get shy ranch hand Nemorino to declare his love for her. When a rival appears on the scene, Nemorino uses a magic love potion to give him courage. Tickets are $5 per person or $10 per family (up to 6 people). Tickets can be purchased in advance through Uintah Arts Council at http://uintahartscouncil.com/ or will be available at the door.

Mark the Date! Fun Opera!

THE UINTAH ARTS COUNCIL & THE UINTAH SCHOOL DISTRICT WELCOME:

The Utah Opera Resident Artists

in their production of

Donizetti’s “Elixir of Love”

  • THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 2014

  • 7:30 PM

  • VERNAL MIDDLE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

Click HERE to buy tickets now:

TICKETS: SINGLE-$5, FAMILY(UP TO 6)-$10

The Utah Opera Resident Artists will perform an hour-long updated Western version of Donizetti’s famous The Elixir of Love – in English. In the opera, sassy cowgirl Adina can’t seem to get shy ranch hand Nemorino to declare his love for her. When a rival appears on the scene, Nemorino uses a magic love potion to give him courage.

Uintah County students will be enjoying live professional opera in their own schools when Utah Opera Resident Artists perform for them throughout the week April 7-11, 2014. Community members are invited to hear the artists in a performance of live opera on Thursday evening at Vernal Middle School.During their tour, Utah Opera Resident Artists will offer age-appropriate performances of the lively and colorful “Who Wants to be an OPERA STAR?” for elementary schools and “Opera 101” for secondary students.Based on the format of popular game shows, “Who Wants to be an OPERA STAR?” allows the visiting artists to teach the fundamentals of opera to younger students. The artists act as contestants who demonstrate their answers with vocal selections while the children serve as the studio audience. Students actively participate when they join the contestants in clapping rhythms, singing melodies and identifying emotions in the music.

“Opera 101” is an introduction to the art form of opera. Utah Opera Resident Artists introduce the elements of opera and drama by performing arias and scenes from popular opera.

In-school performances for students are offered free-of-charge to Utah schools thanks to partial funding through the Utah State Legislature’s Professional Outreach Programs in the Schools (POPS) program.