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Friday, 06 March 2020 00:09

2019-2020 Board of Trustees

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First Row (Left to Right): Andrew Cohen & Morgan Irvin
Second Row (Left to Right): Mitchel Burns, Michael Bhanos, Amanda Forbes, Lynn Fey, Tom Eastwood & Blake Christian.
First Winter Blast (Left to Right): Joel Shine, Ellen Hendrickson, Mitchel Burns, Randy Barton, Morgan Irvin, Andrew Cohen & Noah Levine.

Our Board of Trustees and Executive Board is responsible for the fiduciary and operational oversight of The Egyptian Theatre operations, YouTheather youth classes, and the BlackBox Theater including all associated programs. Each board member has a three year commitment to participate in all board meetings, be a member of the Pharaoh Club, provide financial contributions, attend productions, promote programs, and be an advocate for The Egyptian Theatre.

EXECUTIVE BOARD:

  • Andrew Cohen – President
    Retired Technology CEO & Business Owner
  • Morgan Irvin - Vice President
    Managing Director, Founder Partner, Park City Family Office
  • Blake Christian - Treasurer
    CPA Partner, Holthouse Carline & VanTrigt LLP
  • Ellen Hendrickson - Secretary
    Retired Attorney at Law
  • Mitchel Burns - President Emeritus Chief Operations Officer at Red Ledges

MEMBERS AT LARGE:

  • Tom Eastwood – Trustee
    Retired Vice President at Nissan Motor Corporation
  • Lynn Fey – Trustee & Board Historian
    Retired Chief Physical Therapist
  • Amanda Forbes - Trustee & Youth Theatre Advocate
    Vice President at Fidelity National Title
  • Noah Levine - Trustee & Finance Committee
    Senior Vice President at UBS
  • Joel Shine - Trustee
    CEO of Woodside Homes

PAST PRESIDENT EMERITUS:

  • Maura Robbins - Controller at Sea To Ski Property
  • Paul Tan – Financial Advisor with Park City Wealth Management

To escalate a matter to the Executive Board of Trustees, please email us with your full name, subject of discussion, and phone number at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We will respond to your inquiry within 72 business hours.

BOARD MEETING DATES:

  • Tuesday, March 10, 2020
  • Tuesday, May 12, 2020
  • Tuesday, July 14, 2020
  • Tuesday, August 11, 2020

All meetings are held at 7:15 p.m. in the Edwina Room of the Historic Egyptian Theatre unless otherwise indicated.

Monday, 11 June 2018 17:43

Summer Camp Info

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Summer Camps 2020

*We appreciate your patience as we work out the kinks in our new registration system

The health and safety of our students and staff remains our top priority. As we plan for summer camps, we are following closely all directives coming from the CDC, Summit County Health Department, and the American Camp Association (ACA). That planning currently is centered around the guidelines specific to Summer Youth Camps laid out by Summit County on May 1. Please see those guidelines starting at the bottom of page 25 of the Public Health Order here (https://www.summitcounty.org/DocumentCenter/View/10898/Joint-Public-Health-Order-2020-05---Stabilization-Phase-signed). We will have to stay flexible as the situation progresses, and ask for your patience and understanding through this process.

Please note the following regarding camp and registration:

  • If any camp must be cancelled due to changing guidelines, you will be refunded in full.
  • If a camp must be rescheduled to different dates due to changing guidelines, you will be refunded in full if the new dates do not work for your family.
  • When we open registration next week, we are following the guidelines from the CDC for the current phase of stabilization. This means that we can only allow residents of Summit county to register for camp at this time. We cannot allow visitors or those that live in other counties to register for camp.
  • As we cannot have live performances in adherence to the limited group numbers required by social distancing protocols, all showcases this summer will be filmed and sent to families to watch with their fabulous performers.

JUNE

BI-LINGUAL (ENGLISH/SPANISH) THEATRE PROJECT: Ages 10-13/ entering 5th-8th grade
June 8-12, 9am-3pm / $200 ($5 w/ special promo code provided by YouTheatre Director.) This program is supported by a grant from the Solomon Fund of Park City
Led by Latinx theatre makers and writers, participants will explore the theatre arts (voice, movement, creating characters, and performance) through fun and active drama games and activities. Participants will also collaborate on an original piece to perform at the end-of-week showcase!

ACT OUT!: Ages 8-12/ entering 3rd-7th grade
June 8-12, 9:30am-3:30pm / $250
Learn the fundamental skills every actor needs to have in their tool box: how to a create character, work in an ensemble, effectively tell a story, and the basics of improv!

FILM CAMP: Ages 10-14/ entering 5th-8th grade
June 8-12, 10am-3:30pm / $250
Concept to creative, and production to premiere, all in five days. Filmmaking has evolved to be possible in the palm of your hand. Each week the class will create a film with smartphones, cameras, and elements of a modern film set. Beginners and experienced kids alike are invited to work on a real film production, both in front of and behind the cameras.

ACTING FOR VOICEOVER: Ages 12-18/entering 7th-12th grade
June 8-12, 10:15am-Noon / $125 ($100 if taken in Combo with ACTING FOR FILM in the afternoon)
This workshop for teens is taught by a working voice actor. In this age of endless podcasts and commericals, learn the tips and tricks to sounding your vocal best!

ACTING FOR FILM: Ages 12-18/entering 7th-12th grade
June 8-12, 12:30-3:30pm / $175 ($150 if taken in Combo with ACTING FOR VOICEOVER in the morning)
Film acting and theatre acting each have their own secrets and skills. Come learn from a working film and commerical actor what makes film acting its own craft!

ACT UP ADVENTURE, SUPERHEROES: Ages 5-7/entering K-2nd grade (must turn 5 by 9/1/20)
June 15-19, 9am-Noon OR 1-4pm (to serve as many families as possible, please only sign up for one time-slot) $175
Each day of camp is a new adventure as we explore the theme through drama, music, dance, and art while leading students through magical adventures of creative play!

PRODUCTION CAMP, SILLY SHAKESPEARE: Ages 8-12/ entering 3rd-7th grade
June 15-19, 9:30am-3:30pm / $300 Just like being a part of a real theatre troupe, performers have a hand in every part of the production! Learn your lines, create characters, rehearse, plus make props and costumes, all while turning Shakespeare’s tragedies on their heads for end-of-week performance.

MUSICAL SHAKESPEARE: Ages 12-18/ entering 7th-12th grade
June 15-19, 10am-3pm / $250 Teen performers will learn pop songs and choreography on the themes of some of Shakespeare’s best-known tragedies, lending their talents to join the Silly Shakespeare campers for final performance.

STEAM TO STAGE, PLANETARY PLAY!: Ages 5-7/ entering K-2nd grade (must turn 5 by 9/1/20)
June 22-26, 9am-Noon OR 1-4pm (to serve as many families as possible, please only sign up for one time-slot) $175
Young learners will explore the universe through imaginative play, music, dance, art projects, and drama games!

FULL STEAM AHEAD, SPACE CAMP: Ages 8-12/ entering 3rd-7th grade
June 22-26, 9:30am-3:30pm / $275
STEM learning is more fun when Art is in the mix! Join our science and theatre specialists as we explore the galaxy and the secrets it holds through engineering, theatre, science, and music! Show off what you’ve learned at the end-of-the-week showcase!

FILM CAMP: Ages 10-14/ entering 5th-8th grade
June 22-26, 10am-3:30pm / $250
Concept to creative, and production to premiere, all in five days. Filmmaking has evolved to be possible in the palm of your hand. Each week the class will create a film with smartphones, cameras, and elements of a modern film set. Beginners and experienced kids alike are invited to work on a real film production, both in front of and behind the cameras.

SPACE SONGS: Ages 12-18/ entering 7th-12th grade
June 22-26, 10:15am-3pm / $235
Teen performers will learn pop songs and choreography on the out-of-this-world theme of Outer Space, as they work towards a performance the last day of camp!

BOOTCAMP: MUSICAL THEATRE Ages 10-18/ entering 5th-12th grade
June 29-July 1, 9am-Noon / $100 ($75 if taken as Combo with AUDITION in afternoon)
Not just for those who can’t stop dancing and singing. This bootcamp will help actors feel more confident auditioning for musical theatre while pushing musical theatre pros to improve knowledge and skills.

BOOTCAMP: AUDITION Ages 10-18/ entering 5th-12th grade
June 29-July 1, 12:30-3:30pm / $100 ($75 if taken as Combo with MUSICAL THEATRE in morning)
Learn how to put your best foot forward at any audition. How to enter a room, clothing choices, writing resumes, cold-reading, approaching material, and more will be covered.

ACTING INTENSIVE: Ages 12-18/ entering 7th-12th grade
June 29-July 1, 9:30am-3:30pm / $180
Aimed at developing and deepening students’ skills in the craft of acting, students will get focused actor training from professional directors, actors, and theatre-makers, while delving into text, objective & tactics, and voice work.

I PODCAST: Ages 12-18/ entering 7th-12th grade
June 29-July 3, 10am-3pm / $200
Participants will explore all aspects of producing a fictionalized podcast: writing, creating characters, performing, recording, editing, and dropping the final product at the end of the week!

July

ACT UP ADVENTURE, UNDER THE SEA: Ages 5-7/entering K-2nd grade (must turn 5 by 9/1/20)
July 6-10, 9am-Noon OR 1-4pm (to serve as many families as possible, please only sign up for one time-slot) $175
Participants will explore all aspects of producing a fictionalized podcast: writing, creating characters, performing, recording, editing, and dropping the final product at the end of the week!

IMPROV PUPPETRY TROUPE: Ages 8-12/ entering 3rd-7th grade
July 6-10, 9:30-3:30pm / $250
Puppet Up! Last summer’s surprise hit- this showcase had the audience in tears with the hilarity of it all. Craft, voice, and character-develop a unique puppet to perform in an ensemble end-of-week showcase.

TEEN FILM: Ages 12-18/ entering 7th-12th grade
July 6-10, 10am-3:30pm / $250
Concept to creative, and production to premiere, all in five days. Filmmaking has evolved to be possible in the palm of your hand. Each week the class will create a film with smartphones, cameras, and elements of a modern film set. Beginners and experienced kids alike are invited to work on a real film production, both in front of and behind the cameras.

MUSICAL THEATRE PRODUCTION (Pre-Teen), LEAP DAY: Ages 8-12/ entering 3rd-7TH grade
July 13-18, 9am-3pm / $350
In this intensive camp experience, campers sing, dance, and act their way through rehearsals to perform a brand new and exciting musical at the end of the week!

MUSICAL THEATRE PRODUCTION* (Teen), THE SHOW MUST GO ONLINE!: Ages 12-18/ entering 7th-12th grade
July 13-18, 10am-3:15pm / $300
In this intensive camp experience, campers sing, dance, and act their way through rehearsals to perform a brand new, and very timely, musical at the end of the week! *This script has some non-singing roles for students who prefer acting to singing!

TEAM TECH: Ages 12-18/ entering 7th-12th grade
July 13-18, 12:30-3:30pm / $150
Join our professional Egyptian Tech Team to learn about behind-the-scenes work so integral to a successful production. Students will learn hands-on skills while assisting with tech tasks throughout the week. Putting their expertise to work, they will help run tech for the Friday Musical Theatre Production showcase.

STORY TO STAGE: Ages 6-9/entering 1st-4th (separated by age)
July 20-24, 9am-1pm / $275
In partnership with Park City Library, this camp experience brings children's books to life on stage! Each group (separated by age) will explore stories and characters through dramatic play, craft props and costumes, and perform the story on stage the final camp day.

NEW PLAY WORKSHOP: Ages 10-12/entering 5th-7th
July 20-24, 10am-3pm / $225
Workshop a brand new play (with the playwright!) written to be performed virtually! While helping develop characters and story lines, students will learn how new plays are brought to life and also try their hand at the design elements. Students will have the option of coming into the Egyptian Studios for camp times, or participating completely virtually.

MUSICAL THEATRE REVUE, NO ONE IS ALONE: Ages 10-18/ entering 5th-12th grade
July 20-24, 10:30am-3:30pm / $250
We pick songs from the wonderful world of musical theatre on our chosen theme and you spend the week rehearsing music and choreography to perform at the end-of-week showcase!

I CAN DO THAT!: Ages 8-12/ entering 3rd-7th grade
July 27-31, 9am-3pm / $325
Choice of either Musical Theatre or Creative Drama production group plus an elective class. With options like Broadway Rock and Behind the Scenes, this camp has something for everyone!

FULL STEAM AHEAD WITH SWANER ECO CENTER: Ages 9-12/ entering 4th-6th grade
July 27-31, 9am-4pm / $300
STEM learning is more fun when art is in the mix, so join our science and drama specialists for a unique combination of drama, dance, music, and science exploration!  This is a partner camp with Egyptian YouTheatre and Swaner.  Camp will be held at both the Swaner EcoCenter and Egyptian YouTheatre.  Drop off is at Swaner each day.  Pick up will be at Swaner Monday—Wednesday, and at Egyptian YouTheatre on Thursday & Friday. REGISTER: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/summer-camp-2020-tickets-88504716991?aff=ebdssbdestsearch (click on green Tickets button then scroll down to 4th-6th grade offerings)

TEEN INTENSIVE: Ages 12-18/ entering 7th-12th grade
July 27-Aug 1 (six-day camp), 9:30am-3:30pm / $375
Intensive theatre training. Students will participate in a daily Skills class addressing areas where we often see gaps in training at both the student and professional level. Students will also rehearse and participate in ensemble performance in campers’ choice of either Drama or Musical Theatre.

TEAM TECH: Ages 12-18/ entering 7th-12th grade
July 28-Aug 1 (Tues-Sat), 12:30-3:30pm / $150 Join our professional Egyptian Tech Team to learn about behind-the-scenes work so integral to a successful production. Students will learn hands-on skills with tech tasks throughout the week. Putting their expertise to work, they will help run tech for the Saturday Teen Intensive showcase.

AUGUST

ACT UP ADVENTURE, AFRICAN SAFARI: Ages 5-7/entering K-2nd grade (must turn 5 by 9/1/20)
August 3-7, 9am-Noon OR 1-4pm (to serve as many families as possible, please only sign up for one time-slot) $175
Each day of camp is a new adventure as we explore the theme through drama, music, dance, and art while leading students through magical adventures of creative play!

ACT OUT!: Ages 8-12/ entering 3rd-7th grade
August 3-7, 9:30am-3:30pm / $250
Learn the fundamental skills every actor needs to have in their tool box: how to a create character, work in an ensemble, effectively tell a story, and the basics of improv! Show off your skills in an end-of-week showcase.

FILM CAMP, BILINGUAL ENGLISH/SPANISH: Ages 10-14 / entering 5th-8th grade
Aug 3-7, 9am-3pm / $300 ($5 for Solomon Fund families, promo code provided by YouTheatre Director). This program is supported by a grant from the Solomon Fund of Park City
Concept to creative, and production to premiere, all in five days. Filmmaking has evolved to be possible in the palm of your hand. Each week the class will create a film with smartphones, cameras, and elements of a modern film set. Beginners and experienced kids alike are invited to work on a real film production, both in front of and behind the cameras.

TRIPLE THREAT: Ages 10-18/ entering 5th-12th grade
Aug 3-7, 10am-3pm / $225
Campers will receive focused training in: Singing, Dancing, Acting + auditions & feedback, all in one week!

Thursday, 10 August 2017 19:51

YouTheatre Studio

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Benefits of New Space:

  • A home for the YouTheatre Kids
  • Black Box Theatre
  • A home for Pharaoh Socials & Events
  • Sundance Rentals


FOUR WAYS TO GIVE

1. Our Capital Campaign: Save Our Space

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or call Randy Barton to arrange a tour: (435) 901-4119

 
2. Become a Pharaoh Club Member

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3. Front Row Society Member (Businesses)

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4. Save Our Banksy

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Fundraising Plan:
Two joint non profits collaborating SOS (Save Our Stage Foundation) and PCP (Park City Performances). Real property and fixed assets shall be owned by SOS. All other improvements shall be owned by PCP.

All funds raised will first be used to acquire the space and secondly to make improvements.

Total Cost: $3.75 Million to purchase space and fully build out
Raised to date: $2.6 Million

Tuesday, 08 March 2016 23:11

About YouTheatre

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About YouTheatre

 

Enrollment & Scholarhips
Class sizes are limited and space is available on a first-come first-paid basis. Full payment is required to secure your space.
Scholarship opportunities available - please contact Jamie at 435-649-9371 to enquire.

 

Cancellations
The Egyptian Theatre reserves the right to cancel a class if enrollment is insufficient. Any tuition paid would be refunded in full in such an event.

 

If a student must withdraw enrollment prior to the first class, tuition will be refunded minus a $50 admin fee.  If a student must withdraw between first and second class, tuition will be refunded minus a $75 admin fee. If a student must withdraw after the second class, no refund will be given.

 

 

 

Our History
Since 1995 the Egyptian Theatre has enriched children's lives through their YouTheatre programs. YouTheatre has taught over a thousand aspiring actors who have gone onto study acting in college or pursue careers in the theatrical arts. Some former YouTheatre students have performed on Broadway-- their dream come true!

 

Our Mission
The Egyptian Theatre YouTheatre program is based on the premise that participating in an arts program is an important aspect in the growth of every child. From the teamwork of being part of a cast, the discipline required putting on a production, and the confidence gained performing before a live audience, our young actors are instilled with an appreciation for the performing arts that will carry them into adulthood.

Register today!
For more information call 435-649-9371 ext.27 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tuesday, 08 March 2016 22:14

YouTheatre Summer Session

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EGYPTIAN YOUTHEATRE SUMMER CAMPS 2020

Schedule will be available here March 3rd 

Registration will open April 1

Thursday, 06 August 2015 17:18

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Wednesday, 29 April 2015 06:00

YouTheatre Space

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Tuesday, 04 November 2014 00:00

Contact Us

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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:(855) 745-SHOW (7469)
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If you are coming from Salt Lake consider parking by the Kimball Junction transit center and taking the Express Bus to Main Street. Additionally, there is usually parking at the resorts and high school with shuttles to Main Street. Click here for more information.

 

Tuesday, 28 October 2014 00:00

Our Staff

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Randy Barton
Theatre Manager
435-901-4119
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Amber Hansen
Artistic & Producing Director /
Box Office Manager
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Cristina Aguirre
Director, Patron Relations & Events
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Jamie Wilcox
YouTheatre, Artistic & Managing Director
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Sarah Garrett
Director of Marketing
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Craig Martin
Business Manager
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Peter Mayhew
Technical Director
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Hyrum Summerhays
Audio and Systems Engineer
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Jenn Silva
Director of Operations / Video Designer
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Cathy Ganson
Box Office / Phones
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Tuesday, 28 October 2014 00:00

Meet Our Program Director / Jamie Wilcox

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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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