I hope you are all staying safe and well during these unprecedented times. All of us at The Grand miss seeing all of you and welcoming you into our theatre more than we can express. I wanted to share this video from the Guthrie Theatre with you because I think it encompasses the way theatre lovers are feeling right now:
When we do finally welcome you back to The Grand in July, there will be several new safety measures in place designed to help keep us safe. Please, respect these measures and be patient with the inconveniences they may cause. Remember, this is only temporary, we can get through it, and eventually things will return to normal. Until then, please be smart, stay safe and be healthy.
Artistic Director and Executive Director
Dear Grand Theatre Patrons,
We are announcing the postponement of our productions of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird and The Producers. Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird will run July 2-18, 2020 and The Producers will run October 1-24. As always, our community's public health and safety remains the primary concern of The Grand. In keeping with the most current recommendations of our local officials, our theater and box office are closed until further notice.
The Grand has always held itself to a high standard of quality and professionalism. We sincerely hope this will not tarnish our relationship with any of our patrons, who we value dearly. We would like to offer you one of the following options:
- Exchange tickets for a new performance date
- Transfer of ticket price to a gift certificate (Valid for 2020—2021 Season)
- Full refund of tickets purchased
Please contact Breezy Bassett by phone 801-957-3033 or email Breanna.Bassett@slcc.edu with your ticket decision. Thank you again for your patronage and please accept our apologies for this inconvenience.
Thank you for your continued support of The Grand and of our community.
The Grand Theatre