The Noorda Center for the Performing Arts is thrilled to launch its highly anticipated 2023-24 season in September, featuring an exceptional lineup of world-class performers, captivating productions, and unforgettable experiences. Season tickets and single tickets are now available for purchase, offering patrons the opportunity to secure their seats for a season filled with extraordinary performances.
Diverse Lineup to Ignite the Stage and Imaginations
The upcoming season promises an eclectic array of performances that cater to all tastes and preferences, making The Noorda a hub of cultural enrichment and entertainment. Highlighting this season’s lineup are Grammy Award-winning blues artist Keb’ Mo’ and Tony Award-winning actress and singer Renée Elise Goldsberry, whom you may recognize as one of the stars of Hamilton on Broadway and Girls5eva on Peacock. Their talents promise to captivate audiences and create unforgettable memories.
Additionally, audiences will have the privilege of witnessing the breathtaking vocal harmonies of Voctave, the innovative artistry of Complexions Contemporary Ballet, and the magic of not one, but two enchanting Christmas shows. Multi-talented, Grammy Award-winning Hawaiian artist Kalani Pe’a will warm hearts with a holiday celebration filled with his signature style, while the acclaimed Celtic fiddler Natalie MacMaster and her husband Donnell Leahy will grace the stage with a festive performance that captures the essence of the season.
A Tribute to Veterans on Veterans’ Day
As a special presentation around Veterans’ Day, The Noorda is thrilled to host History That Doesn’t Suck, a night of American history telling, live music, and multimedia with UVU professor Greg Jackson. This thrilling narrative is adapted from his top-ranked podcast.
Season Tickets and Single Tickets Now Available
To ensure the best possible experience for our valued patrons, The Noorda Center for the Performing Arts offers both season tickets and single tickets for purchase. Season ticket holders will enjoy a host of benefits, including priority seating, advance notice of added shows, and cost savings over individual ticket purchases. Those preferring to attend select performances can take advantage of single ticket options to curate their own unique entertainment journey.
An Unforgettable and Diverse Cultural Experience
The Noorda Executive Director, Alex Malone, says of the lineup, “We’ve curated an exciting, diverse, thrilling, and enjoyable season full of music, dance, artistry, and fun. From The Big Band sounds of Joe Gransden to the spook-tacular black and white film Nosferatu accompanied by live music from The Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra, to the incredible UVU students performing with Ensemble Mik Nawooj and Complexions Contemporary Ballet, The Noorda Series has phenomenal performances for everyone. The Noorda really is a place for wonder.”
How to Purchase Tickets
Tickets for The Noorda’s 2023-24 season can be purchased online through our official website at uvu.edu/thenoorda, by phone at 801-863-7529, or in person at The Blair Family Box Office located at 800 West University Parkway, Orem, UT, 84058.