Tristram & Isolde

New "Tristram and Isolde" show

Triple threat Tony Cobb created the music, book and lyrics for this modern take on an ancient legend. Tony began work on his very first musical in his teenage years and has had a special affection for the theatre ever since.

“Retro is the style, ancient Europe is the setting for this unique and special production.” says John Cobb, cofounder of Cobb&Co Theater Productions, “With an eclectic mix of modern music, this show has a little something for everyone. One of the songs fluctuates between classic pop, opera, ballet, and rap! So come expecting the unexpected.”

While based on an ancient legend, this modern take of ‘Tristram & Isolde’ (Tristan & Iseult) certainly is its own beast. In this telling, Tristram and Isolde – due to the powers of an all but unbreakable spell – fall desperately in love. Yet they prove, through sheer willpower alone, that mankind need not play victim to circumstance.

Also look forward to Tony’s collaborative work ‘Robin Hood the Musical’ when it hits the stage this May. Show Information


Angelus Theatre

165 N Main St, Spanish Fork, UT


Show dates:

March 6 – 21, Mon, Fri, Sat. @ 7:30 PM


Available through

$10 General Admission, $8 Student/Senior/Veteran

$7 Children (11 and under)

$40 Family Pass (up to 6 immediate family members) – Mondays ONLY.

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