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What is TEDx?

Tuacahn Staff Uncategorized Leave a Comment

FAQ about TEDx Looking at our Spring Concert series you may be hyped about some concerts and curious about others. TEDx is raising a lot of questions, so here are some FAQs to get you as excited to come as we are for hosting it. What is TEDxStGeorge? TED, the main event stands for Technology Entertainment and Design, and is …

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Gearing up for 2022

Lisa Larson Uncategorized 4 Comments

Although it’s still months before the lights go up on the 2022 Tuacahn Broadway season, the teams behind the scenes are already busy with show selection, design concepts and, of course, curating just the right cast. With audiences already eagerly anticipating the opening of Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins, along with Wonderland, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and …

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6 Things you might not know about Tuacahn

Tuacahn Staff Uncategorized 12 Comments

  Largest professional theatre in Utah. Second biggest economic driver in Washington County next to Zion National Park. Tuacahn Amphitheatre attracts an annual average of over 350,000 guests from all over the world. In 2005, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast was the first Disney musical Tuacahn to receive a license to produce. Tuacahn builds its own scenery, props, and costumes. …

Mallory King holding her pup at Tucacahn,

Living at Tuacahn – Canyon Suites

Lisa Larson Tuacahn Grounds and Facilities 4 Comments

When actors and crew from around the nation come to work at Tuacahn during the Broadway season, they’re almost invariably amazed at the prospect of working in such a magnificent setting. Now, they get to live surrounded by the same beautiful views. “Living so close just makes life a lot easier for everyone.” Thanks to the completion of Canyon Suites …

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Wigs – All the Hairy Details

Lisa Larson Beauty and The Beast, Costumes, School of Rock, Technical, The Count of Monte Cristo 3 Comments

It’s one of the few things that can truly change a person’s appearance in a matter of minutes. But when you see it on stage, you might not realize it’s there. Wig Master Cheyenne Holbert gives all the hairy details behind the hundreds of wigs at Tuacahn in this month’s Backstage Notes spotlight. “…a multitude of wigs to tell the …

One of the horses from the Count of Monte Cristo.

Animals Add to the Visual Spectacle

Lisa Larson Animals, Beauty and The Beast, Technical, The Count of Monte Cristo 1 Comment

If there’s one thing that is sure to elicit an audible gasp among Tuacahn audiences, it’s when a live animal makes its way on stage. Camels, sheep, goats, horses, even a peacock — animals bring an added layer to the visual spectacle of so many of Tuacahn’s productions; just another of the things that makes this outdoor venue so unique. …

Saturday Market at Tuacahn in Ivins

Visit Saturday Market

Pristine Marie Christenson Saturday Market, Tuacahn Grounds and Facilities 2 Comments

Move “Visit Saturday Market” to the Top of Your To-Do List Have you visited Tuacahn’s Saturday Market? It’s the thing you’ll want to tell your friends about and visit again and again because you’ll find new treasures that weren’t there the week before! It’s safe to say that visiting the Saturday Market is essentially a social influencer’s dream — complete …

The Count of Monte Cristo performed in 2021

From Page to Stage

Tuacahn Staff The Count of Monte Cristo 3 Comments

The Count of Monte Cristo The Count of Monte Cristo is an adventure novel written by French author Alexandre Dumas completed in 1844. Falsely accused of colluding with the exiled Napoleon Bonaparte in 19th century France, newlywed seaman Edmond Dantès suddenly finds himself thrown into a Mediterranean island prison without a trial. At the brink of despair after many hopeless …

These Kids Rock – For Real

Lisa Larson Cast Members, School of Rock 2 Comments

For teenagers Sloane Griffith, Adrienne Morrow and Brady Davis, their summer plans — and their lives — were changed in an instant when their dreams to perform as part of the cast of School of Rock the Musical at Tuacahn were answered with four simple words: You’re in the band! “It’s awesome!” says Griffith, a 15-year-old bass player from St. …