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#SLACabaret 2021

By Martine Kei Green-Rogers, Aaron Swenson, and Amy Wolk

World Premiere - 2020-2021 Season Closer

August 11 – September 12, 2021
Streaming on SLAC Digital August 28 - September 12, 2021


Playwright Martine Kei Green-Rogers, Aaron Swenson, & Amy Wolk
Director Cynthia Fleming
Play Dates August 11 - September 12, 2021
Running Time 90 minutes with one 15-minute intermission
Show Type World Premiere
Creative Team

Mike Leavitt (Music Director), Jordan Maria (Choreographer/Assistant Director), Michael Horejsi (Set Designer), Justin Ivie (Prop Design), Heidi Ortega (Costume Designer), Jesse Portillo** (Lighting Designer), Emily Chung (Sound Designer), Julie Silvestro (Assistant Music Director), Nick Fleming (Guitar), Spencer Kellogg (Saxophones), Jennie Sant* (Production Stage Manager), and Sam Allen* (Assistant Stage Manager).

*Member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States
**The lighting designer for #SLACabaret is represented by United Scenic Artists Local USA 829 of the IATSE.

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ASL Interpreted Performance

September 11th at 2pm


Calling all passengers: a new era is preparing for take-off. Join Salt Lake Acting Company this summer for a return to live theatre with #SLACabaret. Set in the new Salt Lake International Airport, it’s a joyous celebration of Utah told through comedy and song — and most importantly, it’s live and in-person! Gather your friends. It’s time to come back to SLAC.

#SLACabaret follows four Utahans on a musical journey through the new Salt Lake International Airport: Nia, a Utah newbie; Parker-Avery, an nonconforming individual desperately trying to leave; Hudson, the airport manager who moved to Utah by accident; and Kavin, a young man returning to Utah after several years abroad. Together, they navigate unfamiliar territory—both literally and figuratively—and are joined on their journey by a cast of eclectic characters including “a Karen” named Caren, some 2002 Olympians who can’t quite let go of the past; and of course, America’s favorite new Real Housewives. 

Digital Program

Important Updates

  • All attendees must show proof of full vaccination upon arrival. Once inside, face masks are also required, except for when hydrating. See our Covid Safety Guide for more info.
  • Food is not permitted in the theatre for #SLACabaret, unfortunately.