Celebrating 13 years of African-American Theater in Salt Lake City
(Non-Profit 501(c)-(3) Organization since 2006 and is also a member of the Utah Non-Profits Association)
The 8th Annual Edward Lewis Festival is a free presentation of scenes from current productions of four local theatres at the Sugar Space Arts Warehouse (132 South, 800 West). Saturday, February 4 (2 p.m.)
Held in honor of the late Edward Lewis, the founder of People Productions, the Festival will feature current scenes from: People Productions (August Wilson’s "Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom"); Wasatch Theatre Company (Moira Buffini’s "Dinner"); Pinnacle Acting Company (Johnna Adams’ "Gideon’s Knot"); and Salt Lake Acting Company (Kathleen Cahill’s "Harbur Gate"). The Festival is free.
Contact: (801) 485-2497