Heritage Theatre - Perry, UT | Kids Out and About Salt Lake City

Heritage Theatre - Perry, UT

Address: 
2505 South Highway 89
Perry , UT , 84302
Phone: 435.723.8392
41° 28' 53.4036" N, 112° 1' 10.8048" W
Contact name: 
Dave Willes
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Heritage Theatre is the home of the Heritage Community Theatre group, a community theatre group that's been around since 1970. Plays and musicals run year round at this location.
 
 
 
 

Our building was built in 1890, and served for nearly 80 years as the Perry Ward of the LDS (Mormon) Church.  Although the exterior still looks like a church, the interior houses rehearsal space, scene shops, business office, and a 208-seat auditorium.

In 1969, as the Golden Spike celebrated its 100th anniversary, the Box Elder County centennial committee rallied behind an idea of writing and producing an original script with music that would capture the spirit of railroad fever in Northern Utah of 1869. Drauca J. Holmes and Lucille Lawson were given the task of researching, creating, and staging the story, which they entitled Gandy Dancers.  Mayor Olaf Zundel, then mayor of Brigham city, was overwhelmed by the favorable response to the production. He asked Holmes to organize a community theatre group for the city's recreation program.

In 1970, the Brigham City Community Theatre was formed. It staged many shows at Box Elder High School and other borrowed stages. By 1975, the group of volunteers had expanded to the point of needing a permanent home for its productions. A door-to-door campaign was launched to raise down-payment money to purchase the vacant Perry LDS Church building, located south of Brigham City.

In their new 161-seat location, the theatre group was able to grow into an independent, viable non-profit organization, known today as Heritage Community Theatre, Inc. In 1991, the auditorium was expanded to 208 seats. "Many community theatre groups do not survive more than four or five years," explained Holmes, "But Heritage Theatre sets a new record with every new production."

Call (435) 723 - 8392 
Monday, Wednesday thru Saturday, 11 am to 2pm

Or, you may print out this form and mail it with payment enclosed.


Ticket Options


Single Performance

Adult

$9.00

Seniors

$8.00

Children 
12 and under

$8.00

Children under 4 and babes in arms are not permitted

 Season Tickets (Reserved Seats)

Season tickets must be ordered 
via this mail-in form witih payment enclosed.

Adult

$54.00

Seniors

$48.00

Children 12 
and under

$48.00

Children under 4 and babes in arms are not permitted

You choose your reserved seat for all 8 shows!

 Flex Passes*

Flex passes must be purchased in advance and can be used for any shhow in any combination throughout the season.

Adult

$54.00

Seniors

$48.00

Children 12 
and under

$48.00

Children under 4 and babes in arms are not permitted

 

 

Evening Shows: 7:30 pm,  Mon, Fri, Saturday

Saturday Matinees: 2:00 pm

Please arrive at least fifteen minutes prior to showtime to pick up your reserved tickets at the Box Office. Any vacant seats will be resold ten minutes prior to the beginning of the performance.

We also have tickets for each performance available to purchase at the Box Office half an hour prior to showtime.

Productions often sell out toward the end of the run, so be sure to make your reservations early.

 

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