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We are located at 12366 South 900 East, Draper, Utah

Please call our business number 801-572-4144 for any questions.

We wish to thank the community for their support and patronage they have provided support over the years. Please help us ensure the theatre survival for many generations to come.

 

Current Events at

Draper Historic Theatre

Arsenic & Old Lace

Arsenic

Directed by Marc Navez

Assistant Director Casey Dean

Stage Manager Todd Taylor

Costumes by Aylana Bria 

 

Mortimer Brewster gets more than he bargained for when he visits his Sweet Aunts Martha, and Abby. Mortimer, the drama critic isn't sure he really wants to marry his fiancé, Elaine. Things get even crazier when Mortimer discovers the body of poor, lonely old man who was poisoned with elderberry wine, arsenic, and hint of cyanide. If this wasn't enough to make Mortimer go Crazy, things get worse when his murderous Brother arrives. Hilarity and shenanigans are sure to delight for Our Halloween Production!

Ticket Information

Premium Select Seating TicketsPremium Select Tickets

$15 for Adults

$12 for Seniors/Students/Military

$10 Children 12 and Under

Premium Reserved Tickets

$12 for Adults

$10 for Seniors/Students/Military

$8 Children 12 and Under

     General Seating Tickets

$10 for Adults

$9 for Seniors/Students/Military

$7 Children 12 and Under

 

Performances

October 06th, 07th, 09th, 13th, 14th, 16th, 20th , 21st, & 23rd

| 7:00pm

 

 

 

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Arsenic

Auditions for A Christmas

Carol


Directed by Craig Haycock

One of Charles Dickens' most beloved tales, A Christmas Carol focuses on the appearance of three apparitions to Ebenezer Scrooge, a Victorian miser. These spirits are sent to teach Scrooge the meaning of charity, goodwill, generosity, and even forgiveness.

Original Music by Randy Young and Kyle Woodruff. 

Approximate running time: 2h 20m

 

Audition Dates

September 23rd

| 9:00am *time subject to change*

 

 

 

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       Shonaleigh the                                                Storyteller                                                

Storyteller

Shonaleigh is a unique storyteller in that she may be the last known traditionally trained Drut'syla, an oral storyteller from the Yiddish tradition. She was taught by her Bubbe, (Grandmother) from the time she was four the stories that she now shares. She has a repertoire of over three thousand that she pulls from and uses to educate and enlighten audiences. The drut’syla repertoire comprises twelve interlinked cycles, each of several hundred tales. Training also involves a complex system of oral memorization, visualization and interpretation (Midrash) of tales. Often times when she is doing festival work she will tell tales from different cycles depending on what the needs are. She does enjoy being able to focus on one cycle and share the many stories that interweave in that cycle. One of the cycles is called The Ruby Tree, that is the cycle she will be sharing each night after the workshops. The Ruby Tree is one of five tales in the Gem Cycle of Jewish stories. It’s a tale of lost generations enfolded in a ‘wonder tale’, a means of helping people cope with the hardships they were going through, such as loss, oppression or exile. Shonaleigh share with our audience. It is called "The Ruby Tree": A King and his Queen long for a child. There is only one way to fulfil this wish: the King must pluck a fruit from the strange and wonderful Ruby Tree, planted by Elijah himself and guarded by a shape-shifting witch. This haunting story has been preserved in Jewish tradition for centuries, carrying echoes of Rapunzel, Snow White and the Twelve Brothers. Our tales may travel, but the themes within them cross cultures, and wherever they go, they speak to us of our longings and failings, the hopes of generations yet to be born, and the triumph of the human spirit.

 

 

Performances
 

September 11th, 2017

 

| 7:00pm

 

 

 

Studio Kids Presents

 

 

Aladdin Kids

Arsenic

Studio Kids at Draper Historical Theater

When: Wednesdays from 5-6:15

Where: Draper Historical Theater 12366 south 900 east

Tuition: 50$ month September-April and a registration fee of 35$

Rehearsals begin in September To sign up for class register online HERE.

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Comedy Improv

The show is an hour and a half of hilarity. We feature the art of what is known as “competitive short form improv.” You might have seen examples of it in the TV show “Who’s Line is it Anyway?”

At our show you’ll see two teams of three comedians competing for your love and affection…as well as  the coveted intelligent donkey award.

Our show is an hour and a half of hilarity. We feature the art of what is known as “competitive short form improv.” You might have seen examples of it in the TV show “Who’s Line is it Anyway?”

At our show you’ll see two teams of three comedians competing for your love and affection…as well as  the coveted intelligent donkey award.

General Admission Tickets

$5 single price

 

Shows

Every Saturday at 10:00pm

 

Tickets at the door

 

Need to call the Box Office? Call 572-4144 and leave a message.  We'll get back to you.

Draper Historic Theatre is a non-profit organization and a proud recipient of a 2014 Zoo, Arts, and Parks (ZAP) grant. We are always looking for helping hands to sponsor productions or to volunteer time and/or services.  If you would like to help or volunteer in any way, please email us at helpdrapertheatre@gmail.com, or call 801-572-4611(our business & info line).
 

Season Tickets

Get or give season tickets at DHT. Just $45.00 for all six shows for adults, $35.00 for seniors and students, and $25.00 for children. To order, send us an email request at tickets@drapertheatre.org, or leave a message with our box office at 572-4144 and we'll get in touch with you to take your order.

Learn More About DHT

Draper Historic Theatre is a non-profit organization focused on the people who participate in and attend our shows. Learn about DHT, the history behind the building and organization, and the values that move us forward.

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