Historic Park City Spotlights The Egyptian Theatre for Live Performances & Youtheatre Summer Camps

Historic Park City Spotlights The Egyptian Theatre for Live Performances & Youtheatre Summer Camps

With more than 200 unique businesses featured in Park City’s Historic district, the Historic Park City Alliance (HPCA) invites locals and visitors to catch a show or an acting lesson at the iconic Egyptian Theatre, the pinnacle performing arts destination in the heart of Main Street.  

“It’s our pleasure to highlight an exceptional Historic Park City member each month, and we are thrilled to spend April shining the spotlight on The Egyptian Theatre,” explains Ginger Wicks, Executive Director of the Historic Park City Alliance. “Guests can take advantage of a variety of live entertainment scheduled all summer long, and kids can participate in a variety of upcoming YouTheatre sessions.”

The Egyptian Theatre’s lineup through June is as follows:

An Evening with Dar Williams

April 7 – 9 

Bill Frisell Trio

April 14 – 16

Park City Follies (Annual lampoon of all things Park City)

April 22 – May 1

Dennis Quaid Live

May 5 – 7

The Fabulous Thunderbirds

May 12 – 14

Freckleface Strawberry The Musical (presented by the Egyptian YouTheatre in the Egyptian Theatres Black Box)

May 13 – 15

Pump Boys and Dinettes

May 19 – 29

Los Lobos

June 2 – 5

Ana Popovic

June 10 – 12

Herman’s Hermit’s starring Peter Noone

June 15 – 18

Blitzen Trapper

June 22 – 24 

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