Arts, Culture, and Humanities

Park City Performances

aka The Egyptian Theatre

Park City, UT


The Egyptian Theatre is dedicated to enriching lives through the performing arts. The Theatre is a non-profit organization committed to serving as a community asset by providing a variety of artistic performances, education, and outreach programs.

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Theatre Manager

Randy Barton

Director of Operations

Amber Hansen

Main Address

PO Box 3119

Park City, UT 84060 USA


Live Theatre, Live Music, Youth Theatre





Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Arts, Cultural Organizations - Multipurpose (A20)

Arts Service Activities/Organizations (A90)

Performing Arts Centers (A61)

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Main Stage Productions/Youtheatre productions.

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The Egyptian Theatre is a cornerstone to the Summit County community; catering to patrons old and young, rich and not-so, long-time citizens and newly arrived, local and visitors alike. The Theatre’s historic location and marquee is the iconic symbol of over 120 years of entertainment on Main Street in Park City and a recognized community institution.

We were successful in providing more “on” days for programming in 2011 (up from 112 days in 2008 and 120 days in 2009) and intend to keep this trend going with opportunities to see performances/shows at the Egyptian every weekend. From great live theatrical performances like Gypsy and A Rented Christmas, to nationally touring comedy acts and artists – we’ve kept the stage lights bright for all to enjoy.

Main Stage Productions: The Egyptian Theatre has been in continuous operations for more than a quarter century as a live theatre. We need the lights “on” and active performances going, in order to maintain our place as an entertainment option for Utahans and our visiting guests. The theatre is a vital element for both visitors and locals alike in rounding out the cultural component of Park City’s offerings.

Each year the Egyptian Theatre produces a series of theatrical presentations from musical shows to dramatic plays and comedic shows. These shows mainly utilize the talents of Utah artists; whether they are actors, directors, designers, or technicians. We can proudly point to a number of artists who have grown up with the Egyptian Theatre, either as Youtheatre participants, or as interns or technical crew. The Theatre offers free entry to all interested audience members for the pre-opening night of our major shows.

The goals will be met if attendance of productions exceeds 68% for YouTheatre and exceeding 70% for Main Stage performances. In addition, we deem the programs successful when we receive positive feedback from the community, media and patrons.

To meet the goals of our mission and the clear mandate from the community to provide an outlet for arts and culture at our theatre we’ve adjusted our operations to provide a consistent venue for live theatre and cultural events/shows. Our 30+ years of service as a live theatre venue continues a tradition of entertainment that dates back over 120 years on the historic Egyptian Theatre Main Street site. The Egyptian’s major program areas continue to be our artistic endeavors which include: Professional Theatre, Youtheatre, Music and Comedy Concerts, Film, and Civic Events.

The goals of the Youtheatre production will be met if the class is full and attendance of the production exceeds 68%. In addition, we deem the Youtheatre programs successful when we receive positive feedback from the community, media and patrons. Attendance numbers will evaluate the other Main Stage performances. Total house numbers exceeding 70% will be considered a success.

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Park City Performances

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