Join us for a special night at Saturday's Voyeur, Salt Lake Acting Company's 35th annual musical satire about us, written for us each year. Only in Utah.
SLAC has reserved the green room and is giving AofU special discount tickets for $35 (regularly $50). Call the SLAC box office at[masked], mention Atheists Of Utah, and reserve your seats today. The AofU block includes a group of tables up front. Tickets are limited and only available until August 9 so don't wait to get yours!
The pre-show party starts at 6:30 pm in the green room, down the first flight of stairs, around the corner, and down the hall. The green room food/drink policy is liberal so bring your favorite libation and/or refreshment.
Saturday's Voyeur starts promptly at 7:30 pm. It's Salt Lake Acting Company's only cabaret show of the season. Additional seating with tables is added to create a cabaret-style atmosphere. Food and drink are allowed in the theatre for this production. So bring your party supplies and have a memorable night with SLAC and AofU.
SATURDAY'S VOYEUR 2013 picks up on Election Day November 4, 2012 in downtown Salt Lake's Church Office Building (the COB). We are reacquainted and introduced to the COB's Elders, tour guides, Security Guards and all the secret tunnels emanating from "Subfloor 6." Ready to take America back on this historic day, the building buzzes with the anticipation of 'member' Mitt Romney's presidential victory and his restoration of traditional 'values' into the newly Mormon White House. VOYEUR entertains with what could have been. Along the way it also sings and dances its way through the Mayan 'End of the World" prophesy as seen through the eyes of the Angel Moroni, A beautiful young intern's Internet love affair with football star, Manti T'eo, the heartbreak of Latter Gay Scouts, nineteen year old women in the mission field "flirting to convert", immigration, guns and the plight of Democrats in Utah.
For 35 years SATURDAY'S VOYEUR has been a major player in Utah's cultural identity. This musical satire written from scratch each year- celebrates the vibrancy of life in Utah with wit and candor. The play's popularity is a testament to the willingness of Utah audiences to laugh at the things that make living in Utah a place like none other. In a cathartic, honest manner, the production unabashedly examines the underpinnings of Utah culture. At its core, SATURDAY'S VOYEUR is everything theatre should be. It brings together a community. It encourages us to love ourselves, each other and this pretty, great state that we share. This production has become a tradition that over twelve-thousand people eagerly anticipate every summer.
More info: http://www.saltlakeactingcompany.org/this-season/voyeur