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6 Things you might not know about Tuacahn

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

    “Be our guest…” Disney’s Beauty & The Beast performed in 2005.

  5. Tuacahn builds its own scenery, props, and costumes. Each of the musicals utilized a full orchestra.
  6. Over the years, star performers such as Willie Nelson, Martina McBride, Amy Grant, Vince Gill, Colby Caillat, Air Supply, Foreigner, Odyssey Dance Theatre, Peter Cetera, Sheena Easton, Kenny Loggins, The Piano Guys, Brian Regan, Jay Leno, and REO Speedwagon and many more have performed at Tuacahn.
    Costume maker at work.

    Set makers, costumers, lighting crew, audio techs, make up artists all work numerous hours to bring Tuacahn productions to life.

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Comments 12

  1. I use to ride my bike up to Tuacahn. There were alot of big boxes on the plaza so i asked if they needed help. I put all the fountains together set them up with water and power.
    Next time i rode up there the manager of the gift gallery offered me a part time job.
    How lucky was i?
    Just moving here i made instant friends. Enjoy the people i work with and the work
    I thank Tuacahn for giving me a chance.
    Love it there, the work, the shows ,and Saturday Market, and mostly the friends ive made.

  2. I love Tuachan. My husband and I have been season ticket holders for many years. My husband passed last year and it’ll be difficult for me to go to a concert or show without him but I eventually will.

  3. I am a local seamstress in Santa Clara. I have always wanted to help with the costumes but didn’t know how to go about inquiring.

    Do you use locals to help with costuming?

  4. How about Brody Dolyniuk hooking up with the Southwest Symphony to do a Symphonic Rock Show like the one at The Smith?

  5. We have visited many times. Always excellent productions. The scenery is spectacular. All actors are very professional. The technical crews are very creative and do a fantastic job of creation. Keep up the good work.

  6. Here are some bands I would love to see in the future if possible:
    Kenny Loggins
    Toto
    Hall and Oats
    Pablo Cruise
    Hotel California
    Joe Walsh. Performs solo occasionally
    David Crosby. He’s solo now
    Poco
    Grand Funk Railroad
    Lynard Skynard

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