Our Shows

PRODUCTION HISTORY

2014

Sunset Baby, by Dominique Morisseau. Directed by Richard Scharine.

These Shining Lives, by Melanie Marnich. Directed by Richard Scharine.

The Edward Lewis Theatre Festival, Held in conjunction with four other Utah theaters.

2013

Race, by David Mamet. Directed by Richard Scharine

The Edward Lewis Theatre Festival, a collection of staged readings celebrating African-American theatre.

2012

An Urban Carol, by Yolanda Wood. Directed by Yolanda Wood.

2011

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf. Directed by Michelle Patrick.

Ruined, by Lynn Nottage. Directed by Richard Scharine.

The Talented Tenth, by Richard Wesley. Directed by Richard Scharine.

 

2010

The Exonerated, by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen. Directed by William Ferrer.

The Edward Lewis Theatre Festival, a collection of staged readings celebrating African-American theatre. Held in conjunction with four other Utah theaters.

 

2009

The Exonerated, by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen. Directed by William Ferrer.

 

2008

Flyin’ West, by Pearl Cleage. Directed by Richard Scharine.

 

2007

Topdog/Underdog, by Suzan-Lori Parks. Winner of the 2002 Pulitzer Prize. Directed by Richard Scharine.

 

2006

The Mighty Gents, by Richard Wesley. Directed by Richard Scharine.

Intimate Apparel, by Lynn Nottage. Directed by Richard Scharine

Medal of Honor Rag, by Tom Cole. Directed by Robin Ljungberg

 

2005

”Master Harold”… and the boys, by Athol Fugard. Directed by Linda Moon Thorn.

 

2004

Jitney, by August Wilson. Directed by Richard Scharine.

 

2003

Home, by Samm-Art Williams. Directed by Richard Scharine.

 

2002

A Soldier’s Play, by Charles Fuller. Directed by Richard Scharine.

The Darker Face of the Earth, by Rita Dove. Directed by Richard Scharine.

 

2001

Ceremonies in Dark Old Men, by Lonne Elder III. Directed by Richard Scharine.

From Johnson to Giovanni: A Celebration of African-American Poetry in the 20th Century, directed by Richard Scharine.

for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow was enuf, by Ntozake Shange. Directed by Richard Scharine.

 

2000

The Amen Corner, by James Baldwin. Directed by Richard Scharine.

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