Photography exhibit featuring trees by the Wasatch Camera Club.
Travel photography by members of the Wasatch Camera Club.
West Valley Performing Arts Center
This fun, upbeat musical by Broadway superstar Lin-Manuel Miranda is set in New York City's Washington Heights neighborhood, where the biggest struggles can be deciding which traditions you take with you, and which ones you leave behind. ?In the Heights won four Tony Awards®, including Best Musical. This show will be an audience favorite. Buy your tickets today!
With?Enchanting India, Durga Ekambaram’s work lets the viewer see through her eyes, reflecting on Indian traditions, culture, and artforms. This exhibit features artwork in several mediums such as watercolor, clay, acrylic, oil, quilling and reverse glass, all of them giving a never seen before glimpse of India.
Fly This Flag! encourages conversation around cultural and national identity throughout the Americas, and how it fits in the U.S. landscape. Local artists, through a variety of mediums as diverse as their experiences and backgrounds, present works reflecting on tradition, cultural heritage, politics, history, storytelling, and folklore. The result is an expression of shared humanity through varied experiences. We hope you enjoy the exhibit as a prelude to your In the Heights theatre experience.
The Utah Symphony’s Summer Community Concerts continue with associate conductor Benjamin Manis leading a program filled with music from Latin America’s great symphonic composers including Moncayo’s Huapango, Ginastera’s Dances from Estancia, and Márquez’ Danzón No. 2. FREE, General Amission, First-come first-served, no ticket needed.