Welcome To The 2024-2025 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 33rd season filled with quality, award-winning theatre.

The Drowsy Chaperone

Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lambert, Greg Morrison
Book by Bob Martin, Don McKellar

August 21 – September 14, 2024

Mainstage | Thursday – Saturday |

A humorous and lovable homage to the 1920s Jazz Age of musical theatre, this show-within-a-show is full of mistaken identities, wild dream sequences, and an anxiety-riddled narrator whose love for the show at times causes even more confusion and chaos.

Jesus Christ Superstar

Lyrics by Tim Rice
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

February 26 – March 22, 2025

Mainstage | Thursday – Saturday |

With music by Andrew Lloyd Weber and lyrics by Tim Rice, this rock opera tells the story of the last seven days of Jesus’s life from the perspective of Judas Iscariot. Judas begins to doubt that Jesus’s actions match his teachings—including his close friendship with Mary Magdalene. Torn between his doubts and his faith, Judas considers betraying his dearest friend to the enemies who want him dead.


Book and Lyrics by Tom Eyen
Music by Henry Krieger

May 21 – June 14, 2025
Mainstage | Thursday – Saturday |

The show follows three talented young Black women from back alley performances to stardom. Through their newfound fame, they are forced to confront love, betrayal, and contrasting ambitions, all pulling at the threads of their unity. With soulful music and a storyline full of dynamic and beautifully human characters, Dreamgirls celebrates the Motown music scene while also diving into its clash with White America’s attempt to squash and steal from it.

Season Add-Ons!

Amahl and the Night Visitors & A Christmas Carol

December 5 – December 7, 2024

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.