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Sponsor a Child

We believe every child deserves to feel the thrill of the spotlight. Can you help a child who dreams of being on stage fulfill their dream? Our YouTheatre Scholarship Fund allows children who would otherwise be unable to participate in our program this opportunity, through the donations of generous people like you.

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Ron & Pam Reich
Peter & Deborah Rieman
Bill & Jane Riley
Beverly & Alan Robinson
Jerry & Gail Romero
Fred & Kathleen Roth
Ira Sachs
Thomas Safran
Carole & Jerry Sanders
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Harvey & Marianne Sax
Joan & John Scanlon
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Vicki & Mark Sidlow
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Deborah & Brian Smith
Siobhan Smith
Jane Snyder
Susan Sosin
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Becky & Mark Stedman
Barbara & Tom Steinmetz
Bobby Stevenson
Lorraine & Wally Stuecken
Mark & Alice Sunday
Roger Goldman & Rana Tahtinen
Nancy & Larry Tallman
Paul & Peg Tan
Tim & Lynda Tetarenko
Pamela Maupin & William Tew
Judy & Bill Tink
Patricia & William F Tueting
Ann & Steve Turner
Karen & Richard Urankar
Sally Vaughn
Lauren & Peter Vitulli
Diane Rinehart & Scott Vultaggio
Barbara Alexander & Brian Waller
Hope Woodside & Craig Ward
Janine Hinrichs & Joanne Watson
Bruce Weissman
Doug & Linda Wells
Bobbie Stanley & Jim Welzien
Joanne White
Emily White
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Hunt & Megan Williams
David & Tina Williams
Lisa & Dan Williamson
Allison & Preston Willingham
Brad & Lisa Wilson
Packy & Lori Wilson
Willy & Kelli Wilson
Bob & Sharon Winders
Rob & Barbara Wolin
Greg & Cheryl Wood
Doug & Becky Wood
Roseann Woodward
Paul & Charlyne Wozniak
Ed & Lynne Zielinski
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Contact Us

Egyptian Theatre
Historic Park City, Utah

Hours: 9am- 7pm daily and/or 9am- 8:30pm on show days
Address: 328 Main Street | PO Box 3119, Park City, UT 84060
Phone: (435) 649-9371
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Venue

The Egyptian Theatre was built in 1926 and was decorated in the vogue style of the day, in full Egyptian motif, after the excitement of the discovery of King Tut’s tomb in Egypt. While the venue has changed names multiple times, and has had many modifications and upgrades, its historic integrity and significance remain. The theatre continues to serve as a community gathering space for entertainment.

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YouTheatre

YouTheatre is dedicated to helping children gain confidence and self-esteem while discovering and expressing their unique voice through collaboration and creativity, building life skills that help them perform both on and off the stage.

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Pharaoh Club

The Pharaoh Club is a social group made up of individuals and couples that support the theatre. Membership benefits include private shows and socials, golf outings, front-of-house seating, and gifts from our business partners.

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Our Staff

 

 

Randy Barton
Theatre Manager
435-901-4119
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Amber Hansen
Artistic & Producing Director /
Box Office Manager
(435) 649-9371, ext. 23
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Cristina Aguirre
Director, Patron Relations & Events
435-649-9371, ext 24
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Jamie Wilcox
YouTheatre, Artistic & Managing Director
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Sarah Garrett
Director of Marketing
(435) 649-9371, ext 28
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Craig Martin
Business Manager
(435) 649-9371, ext. 25
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Brooke Hontz
Director of Grants and Foundations
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Peter Mayhew
Technical Director
435-649-9371, ext 26
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Bob Melanson
Video Production
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Hyrum Summerhays
Audio and Systems Engineer
435-649-9371, ext 30
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Jenn Silva
Director of Operations / In House Photographer / Video Designer
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Meet Our Program Director / Jamie Wilcox

Egyptian YouTheatre Director Jamie Wilcox believes theatre can change the world and her master plan to make it happen is introducing young people to theatre as performers, behind-the-scenes magicians, and audience members!

Jamie graduated from the University of Utah’s distinguished Actor Training Program in 2004. During her time at the U of U she became an instructor for the Youth Theatre at the U where she discovered that introducing kids to theatre and watching them shine on stage was nearly as thrilling as being on stage herself!

After eight years at the Youth Theatre at the U of U, she moved to London in 2010 to study at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama earning an MA in Applied Theatre (Theatre in the Community and Theatre in Education). During her time in London she facilitated drama workshops with varying groups, using drama participation to: help primary school children with speech, language, and communication needs breakthrough these barriers through storytelling and dramatic play (with the London Bubble’s Speech Bubbles initiative); aid secondary school children with learning disabilities and mental health needs find a sense of self and community through participating in creative arts projects and theatre games (with GroOops); encourage support, connection, and discovery of self-worth in a group setting for women in recovery from drug and alcohol misuse, using theatre and drama techniques to help them create healthy support systems, gain confidence and a sense of self, and replace hazardous risk-taking behaviors with fulfilling and rewarding risk-taking through performance (with Outside Edge Theatre Company).

After completing her MA in 2011, she discovered the Egyptian Theatre was looking for someone new for the job of Director of their YouTheatre program. Having worked with the Egyptian previously, she knew this was a place she could have some fun and make a difference for young people through theatre. She got the job and has never looked back.

Besides theatre, Jamie loves to read, sew, cook and bake, eat dark chocolate, Skype with people who have British accents, play with Salinger (a dog who thinks he’s a human), and most especially spend time with her most favorite person on the planet, her daughter Aidan.

“If you take a child to the theater, not only will they practice empathy, they might also laugh uproariously, or come home singing about science, or want to know more about history, or tell you what happened at school today, or spend all dinner discussing music, or learn how to handle conflict, or start becoming future patrons of the arts.” — Lauren Gunderson

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