Upcoming Shows

Everybody

Dec 10, 2020 – Dec 14, 2020

The Utah Premiere of this new play, which was a Finalist for the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in Drama, is a funny and upbeat re-telling of one of the first plays ever written in the English language: the Christian morality play "Everyman." This new take on the classic exploration of the meaning of life and death, written by up-and-coming genius playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, takes Everybody on a journey to find what they can take with them when Death comes to call. In order to thematize the randomness of death, and destabilize our pre-conceived notions about identity, the play is written so that each of the actors in the show have memorized multiple different roles (including the central role of Everybody), and the character they will play will be chosen randomly in front of the audience each night. Each performance will be a completely unique experience.

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Shakespeare Night 2020

Sep 28, 2020

Monday, September 28 at 7:00pm Live performances return to the Hillcrest Auditorium for Shakespeare Night 2020! Hillcrest's 6-time champion Shakespeare Team will perform the pieces they prepared for this year's National High School Shakespeare Competition. Short scenes will be performed from "Othello," "The Two Gentlemen of Verona," "Cymbeline," "King Henry VI," and a thrilling 10-minute adaptation of Shakespeare's great masterpiece "King Lear." Admission is FREE, but reservations must be made ahead of time. Fill out the Google Form to request your seats, and then we will assign your seats to you in your hillcresttheatre.com account. COVID RESTRICTIONS & GUIDELINES: *Masks must be worn by audiences at all times while in the school. *The auditorium will only be filled to 25% capacity. Once we hit that threshold, we will stop taking reservations. *All parties will be seated 6 feet away from other parties. *A party is considered to be people who reside in the same household. *Speaking performers will perform maskless after passing symptom and temperature checks before going on stage.

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