2022-2023 Season

Main Stage

Amahl and the Night Visitors & A Christmas Carol

November 30 – December 2, 2023

Mainstage | Thursday – Saturday | 

Enjoy two charming operettas to get you in the Christmas spirit! First, we meet Amahl and his mother. When the three kings, on their way to witness the birth of Christ, stop at their door, Amahl learns that generosity and compassion are among the greatest gifts we can give. Complete the night with a musical adaptation of the beloved Dickens classic, created by Utah locals Mike Leavitt and Anthony Buck. Follow Ebenezer Scrooge on his journey of the past, present and future.

Special Events

Ring Out The Merry Bells!
An Evening of Holiday Music with the SLCC Choirs

December 6
Price: $5 – 10
SLCC Atrium

Join the SLCC Choirs as they present “Ring Out The Merry Bells!” an evening of Holiday music. Join the choirs under the direction of Dr. Juan Héctor Pereira, with Stephanie Smith and Carrie Giles accompanying. Let us help you get into the festive Spirit this Holiday Season at Salt Lake Community College.

I Believe in Christmas: A North Pole Musical

December 8 – 9
Price: $34.00 – 60.00

Written by TJ Davis
Presented by Pickleville On Tour

Pickleville On Tour is bringing the holiday magic to Salt Lake City this December! 

Brandon Baxter needs a Christmas miracle. Out of luck, out of a job, and completely out of money, he falls asleep on Christmas Eve wondering how his young children will react when they wake to discover that Santa didn’t come. Suddenly Brandon is trasported via his dreams to a magical North Pole world where everything is in crisis and he’s the elf in charge! With help from his workshop co-workers (who bear a striking resemblance to several of his cooky neighbors), he comes up with a crazy, musical plan to save the entire North Pole operation!

Written by Pickleville’s own TJ Davis, I Believe in Christmas is a re-imagining of the widely acclaimed Once Upon a North Pole Christmas. The show features a cast full of Pickleville favorites, a chorus of beautiful dancers, a sleigh-full of laughs, and plenty of holiday musical numbers to put you in a festive mood.

It’s the perfect family Christmas event for all ages, helping you create a lasting memory during the most wonderful time of the year. Join the thousands of families who count Pickleville Christmas as their favorite holiday Tradition! 

Eclipse 6

December 12 – 18
Price: $9 – 36.00

Eclipse 6 is back, bringing the Christmas spirit in a way that all ages can enjoy! Come celebrate 20 years of Christmas concerts! This is a year you don’t want to miss! Merry Christmas!

Lark & Spur: Season of Light, Traditional and Modern Carols

December 23rd at 7:30pm

When Jeff Whiteley first heard Lori Decker’s voice, he told her if she sang in the streets of Paris, something would happen. She replied, “let’s go see.” They went to Paris. She sang and traffic stopped.

As the name suggests, Lark & Spur started out as a duo. Lori Decker and Jeff Whiteley began their musical career together as street musicians (acoustic guitar, mandolin and vocals) in Paris, Annecy, Munich and other European cities. Those early street performances led to appearances on radio and TV in France and Switzerland; and ultimately to invitations to perform at major music festivals in France and Switzerland, specifically in Deauville, Montreux, Brienz and, Juan les Pins.

Back in Utah other musicians were added. Now the line up includes Sebastian Neugebaur on piano, Rich Dixon on guitar, Alicia Wrigley on upright bass and vocals, Ray Smith on woodwinds, and Jay Lawrence on percussion.

Lark & Spur was instrumental in the founding of the arts non profit Excellence in the Community. The ensemble counts performances in France, Switzerland, Holladay, Canada, and of course Utah; and millions of views on YouTube.

The Lark & Spur Christmas Concert at the Grand Theatre is a cherished tradition for many families. Traditional and modern carols performed with acoustic instruments, and three part harmonies. Lark & Spur is honored to be performing this program at the Grand Theatre this holiday season.