Welcome To The 2023-2024 Season!

Since 1991, the Grand Theatre has hosted hundreds of plays, performances and community events enjoyed by countless individuals. Join us as we continue our proud tradition of serving the community with our 32nd season filled with quality, award-winning theatre.

[title of show]

Music and Lyrics by Jeff Bowen
Book by Hunter Bell

August 17 – September 9, 2023

Backstage | Thursday – Saturday |

Our season begins with the perfect backstage performance, [title of show]. In this one-act musical comedy, two struggling writers decide to create a show for the New York Musical Theater Festival—about their own journey in creating a show for a theater festival. As they work on their project, they navigate creative differences, personal insecurities and unexpected obstacles. Full of humor, heart and catchy tunes, [title of show] is a celebration of creativity, friendship and the joy of making art.

Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, a Musical Thriller

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by Hugh Wheeler

October 5 – 28, 2023

Mainstage | Thursday – Saturday |

Stephen Sondheim’s beloved dark classic is a thrilling musical that tells the tale of Sweeney Todd, a vengeful barber who returns to London after being wrongfully imprisoned for years. With the help of his twisted accomplice, Mrs. Lovett, Sweeney seeks to exact revenge on those who ruined his life, using his razor-sharp skills to dispatch his victims and bake them into savory pies. But as his obsession consumes him, he risks losing everything—including his humanity.


Lyrics and music by Perry Fine and the Original Blue Healers
Book by Perry Fine and Nick Dunn

February 8 – March 2, 2024

Backstage | Thursday – Saturday |

The second show in our backstage series, Fate?, is a two-act play about Jacqui and Rogi, graduating seniors who meet at a college theater program. As they navigate college life, their paths cross when they audition for the year’s big musical production and discover a budding romance. Things take a dark turn when Mr. Prince, the intimidating and masterful Director of Theatre Arts, takes his past grievances out on Rogi. The students seek revenge on opening night, leading to an explosive confrontation. The cast faces the consequences of their actions, exploring themes of love, revenge and redemption.

Arsenic and Old Lace

By Joseph Kesserling

March 21 – April 6, 2024
American Classic Series

Mainstage | Thursday – Saturday |

This classic American comedy centers on the eccentric Brewster family, who live in a quaint Brooklyn neighborhood. When their nephew Mortimer visits from out of town, he discovers that his sweet, elderly aunts have been poisoning lonely old men and burying them in the basement. Chaos ensues as Mortimer tries to keep his aunts out of trouble, deal with his crazy relatives and figure out what to do with the bodies.

Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice

Adapted for the stage by Melissa Leilani Larson

May 16 – June 8, 2024
Romantic Comedy

Mainstage | Thursday – Saturday |

Full of distinct characters, sparkling wit and timeless romance that has never gone out of print, Jane Austen’s classic comes alive on stage in this crisp adaptation. Almost from their first meeting, Elizabeth Bennet finds herself at odds with the reticent Mr. Darcy. She finds him cold and arrogant while he disapproves of her family and social standing. Despite his pride and her prejudice—or is it her pride and his prejudice?—Elizabeth and Darcy can’t seem to avoid each other’s company. Brought together by a series of events beyond their control, both must reconsider their first impressions. Melissa Leilani Larson’s Pride & Prejudice is a delight for Austen fans and newcomers alike.

Season Add-Ons!

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.