Culture—Think Globally; Enjoy Locally
Utah Valley is rich in cultural experiences and the arts. It is home to two major universities, as well as to gifted performers and teachers in art, music, theatre and dance.
The residents of Utah Valley also contribute to this experience by bringing a variety of cultural backgrounds from around the world. For example, at Brigham Young University, the area’s largest university, six percent of the student body is from outside the United States, representing more than 120 countries. More than three-fourths of the students speak a language other than their native tongue.
Many Utah Valley residents have lived in other countries, and those experiences express themselves in the area’s multicultural attractions.
The Boothe Brothers Performing Arts Center now acts as a full-service social venue available for concerts, plays, film festivals, weddings, private parties, seminars, clinics, luncheons and well… you get the idea!
Many BYU's performing groups have won international recognition for their commitment to excellence and professional-quality productions.
Improvisation comedy that heavily involves the audience.
Laughter-filled family fare in an intimate theatre-in-the-round.
The cafe serves three sandwiches: Turkey Pesto, Chicken Salad Croissant, and the Ultimate Grilled Cheese (my favorite!). We also serve a variety of drinks: Italian Sodas (over 40 flavors!),
Cultivating the performing arts in the community of Payson and throughout Utah Valley is the goal of Payson Community Theater.
SCERA's performing arts seasons features the Encore Season, showcasing top local and regional talent.
Mt. Timpanogos serves as a backdrop for evening performances under the stars during the summers at Sundance.
This beautiful facility named for Sandra Merrill Covey is located in Provo off of Center Street.
Located in the Historic Downtown Provo area.