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SLAC Digital Shorts #2: "If It's Good Enough for Costco"

"If It's Good Enough for Costco" Written by Olivia Custodio Directed by Topher Rasmussen   The response for our first digital short, "Online" was overwhelmingly positive! Here is what some of you incredible SLAC supporters had to say: "YES! I needed this." - Jean Irwin "You kids are needed more…

SLAC Digital Shorts #1: "Online"

"Online" Lyrics by Justin Ivie Directed by Cynthia Fleming & Adriana Lemke Musical Direction by Michael Leavitt     Today, we're thrilled to officially kick off our autumn full of complimentary entertainment, as a "thank you" to the community who has so generously supported us! Keep an eye on your…

Announcing the Virtual and In-Person Productions of Our Unique "49 3/4 Season"

  Six long months after temporarily closing our doors to our patrons due to COVID-19, we're thrilled to at last announce our lineup of 20/21 programming, comprising SLAC's “49 ¾ Season.” The roster includes several productions being offered in a digital-only format, either as a free gift to season subscribers…

SLAC Parts Ways with SATURDAY'S VOYEUR and Announces All-New Summer Cabaret for 2021

PRESS RELEASE: SALT LAKE ACTING COMPANY PARTS WAYS WITH SATURDAY’S VOYEUR AND ANNOUNCES ALL-NEW SUMMER CABARET FOR 2021 [SALT LAKE CITY, UT, JULY 9, 2020] - Salt Lake Acting Company (SLAC), Utah’s leading destination for brave, contemporary theatre, today announces that it will no longer produce the annual summer satire, Saturday’s Voyeur.…

BLACK LIVES MATTER.

  We acknowledge that the murders of Ahmaud Abery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Tony McDade, AND COUNTLESS OTHERS, are the result of systemic and institutional racism. We acknowledge the collective anguish felt by so many as a result. We acknowledge that we must do better as a society to combat…

3 Easy Ways to Give to SLAC...That You Might Not Have Known About!

We know times are tough right now and that for many, funds need to go as far as they possibly can. That's why we want to make you aware of a few easy ways to support Salt Lake Acting Company--through everyday purchases you might already be making. We've been fortunate…

Calling All Comedy Writers! Now Accepting Script Submissions for a Summer Digital Series

In the absence of in-person programming on our stages (and pretty much everywhere else) this summer, SLAC is pleased to announce a call for entries for a new digital content series. WE GOT THE LAUGHS will be a 10-part, weekly entertainment series released via SLAC’s blog and social channels. These…

SLAC's Upstairs Theatre to Become Fully Wheelchair Accessible Through Newly-Created Fund Named in Memory of Patron Amberlee Hatton-Ward

Salt Lake Acting Company's historic building, nestled in the Marmalade Hill neighborhood of Salt Lake City, is charming and part of the SLAC experience. However, that experience is not the same for everyone. For patrons who use wheelchairs or accommodations to get upstairs, participating in our work can be a…

SLAC Cancels SATURDAY'S VOYEUR 2020 Due to Government Mandates on Social Distancing and Patron Safety

  During this unprecedented time, we would like to thank our resilient audiences for their continued support and patience as we join the rest of Utah in determining how to move forward over the coming months. In a pandemic-free world, the Saturday's Voyeur team would have gathered May 4th for…

WE GOT THIS: Getting Through COVID-19 Together

A project from Salt Lake Acting Company seeking to document human experience during a global pandemic.  What is occurring now across the globe is unprecedented--at least during the lives of most people currently on the planet. COVID-19 has forever changed the lives of billions of humans, and while we're all…

In Response to COVID-19, SLAC Provides New Updates Regarding Spring Productions

  Salt Lake Acting Company has joined other theatre companies and businesses around the globe in postponing our upcoming offerings as a response to COVID-19. Please note that these are subject to change depending on further developments surrounding our current world health situation. Our limited engagement of FOUR WOMEN TALKING…