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Saturday, 01 May 2021 17:55

Contact YouTheatre

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Egyptian YouTheatre
Historic Park City, Utah

Hours: 9am- 4pm
Address: Egyptian Studios 330 Main Street | PO Box 3119, Park City, UT 84060
Phone: (435) 296-SING (7464)
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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, YouTheathre 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:

  • Morgan Irvin - President
    Managing Director, Founder Partner, Park City Family Office
  • Mitchel Burns - Vice President
  • President Emeritus Chief Operations Officer at Red Ledges
  • Leslie Goldman- Secretary & Finance Committee
  • Co-Founder and Principal of The Artemis Fund
  • Andrew Cohen- Treasurer

MEMBERS AT LARGE:

  • Blake Christian - Trustee & Finance Committee
    CPA Partner, Holthouse Carline & VanTrigt LLP
  • Ellen Hendrickson - Secretary
    Retired Attorney at Law
  • Lynn Fey – Trustee & Board Historian
    Retired Chief Physical Therapist
  • Amanda Forbes - Trustee & Youth Theatre Advocate
    Vice President at Fidelity National Title
  • Peter Zaccagnino - Trustee & Executive Committee
  • CEO of High Performance Aircraft Group, Author 
  • Joel Shine - Trustee & Social Media Committee
    CEO of Woodside Homes

PAST PRESIDENT EMERITUS:

  • Andrew Cohen – Executive Director at Park City Historical Society
  • Mitchel Burns - President Emeritus Chief Operations Officer at Red Ledges
  • 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, September 8, 2020
  • Sunday, November 8, 2020
  • Tuesday, January 5, 2021
  • Tuesday, March 2, 2021

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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Egyptian YouTheatre Summer 2021 Camp Information & Policies

Egyptian YouTheatre Summer Camps are held at the new

Egyptian Studios - 330 Main St. (basement)

(accessible from same side of street as Egyptian Theatre via breezeway between Swede Alley & Main St.)

The safety and health of our students, families, and staff is our highest priority. Camps will be run following the latest suggested guidelines for our sector from the CDC & ACA (American Camp Association). As the situation continues to develop, we will need to stay flexible and appreciate your support and diligence in helping us limit the spread of illness.

Parent Responsibilities and Daily Checklist

By registering my child in an Egyptian YouTheatre Summer Camp, I acknowledge it is my responsibility to adhere to the following:

  1. Punctuality. I understand that arriving on time for drop-off & pick-up is imperative for the smooth running of camp. I will drop off and pick-up only at the designated area, and within the 10-minute drop-off & pick-up times. I understand YouTheatre staff is not responsible for my child if I drop off earlier than designated drop-off time and that Egyptian YouTheatre may charge $1/minute for every minute a YT staff member needs to wait with my child to be picked-up past the 10-minute designated pick-up time.
  2. Preparation. I will make sure that I send my child to each day of camp: in clothing in adherence to the Dress Code policy laid out later in this document, having eaten breakfast, and with all required materials, including but not limited to: clean, labeled, re-fillable WATER BOTTLE, SNACK & LUNCH (Act Up Adventure students need a snack only)
  3. Illness. I agree to monitor my child’s health for the days prior to camp start date and each morning of camp. I will not drop my child(ren) off to camp if they exhibit any of the following symptoms: fever, cough, shortness of breath, diarrhea, fatigue, headache, muscle aches, nausea, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, vomiting. If it is found my child, or anyone in our household, has come in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, I will not send my child to camp unless they have been quarantined for 14 days prior to camp start date. If my child exhibits any of these symptoms during the camp day, I will pick my child up promptly when contacted by YouTheatre staff.

Drop-off & Pick-up

4-7 year olds: will occur at the blue stage door of the Egyptian Theatre in Swede Alley for our youngest campers.

Ages 8 & up: Drop-off & Pick-up for most other camps will occur on the roof level of the China Bridge parking structure accessible from roundabout at Deer Valley Drive & Marsac Ave., unless otherwise specified. Older students (8 & up) can also enter the Egyptian Theatre Studios on their own if they take the bus or walk.

Camp times have been designed to decrease the mixing of groups. Drop-off will be done at designated 10-minute drop-off times beginning fifteen minutes before camp start time. Drop-off & Pick-up times are indicated in your Welcome Email as well as via text the week before camp start date. Please refer to policies in the PUNCTUALITY section above. YT staff will only be at designated drop-off & pick-up locations until the camp start time. If you are late dropping off and YT staff is no longer present at drop-off area, please drop off in Swede Alley and your child will need to walk in on their own (ages 8 & up) or (ages 4-7) you must park in China Bridge and walk them into the studios yourself. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR VEHICLE PARKED IN SWEDE ALLEY. If you arrive late to pick-up location and your child is no longer there with a YT staff member, they have been taken back into the studios lobby to wait and you must come inside to get them or call our YT # to let us know you've arrived so they can walk out. 

If dropping off students of two different age groups/drop-off locations, please drop your older student off in Swede Alley with the younger student.

Students will wash hands upon entry to Egyptian Studios before entering their classroom. Students will not have to use door handles on the way into or out of camp as all doors will be propped open to allow easy access for all.

 

Dress Code

  • MASKS: Students will be required to wear their own clean face mask for drop-off, pick-up, when travelling from one area to another, and when social distancing is not possible. Once they are in their classroom they can remove their mask when social distancing (floors of each classroom are clearly marked for 4’). Students will remove masks for their recorded final showcase performance and will put them back on after they leave the stage. If your child is never allowed to remove their mask except for snack/lunch, please let us know so this info is included on our rosters AND make sure your child knows your family rule on this matter.
  • Students will receive one 2021 YouTheatre Summer Camp t-shirt on the first day of their first camp (if joining us for more than one week, they will not get a new shirt each week). They will be required to wear a YT Camp tee each day of camp and are very welcome to wear past years’ YT shirts (available in limited sizes for $5/each).
  • Students are expected to wear clothing they can easily move in and close-toed shoes. NO FLIP FLOPS!
  • Some camps will require students to wear/bring “theatre blacks” on the last day of camp. This simply means a solid black top, bottoms, and preferably shoes.

 

Social Distancing

Each classroom floor will be marked indicating 4-foot social distancing. Class group size will vary by age (4-7yo: 10 students/1-2 instructors / ages 8 & up= 12 students/1-2 instructors). Social distancing measures will be adhered to as much as is possible during class time, hand-washing/bathroom use, arrival and departure.

 

Lunch/Snack

Each student must have their own re-useable water bottle, labeled with their name, sent with them each day.

While drinking fountains will be turned off, the touch-free, filtered water bottle fill-up stations will be on. There are no refrigerators or microwaves for student lunches.

Act Up Adventures camps will only have a snack break (no lunch break). Make sure they eat something before dropping them off and to send a snack clearly labeled with their name.

All other camps will eat their lunch outside, weather permitting. In addition to a reusable water bottle, the student will need a lunch and snack sent with them from home each day that is clearly labeled with their name.

 

Showcases

All 2021 camps will end in a showcase performance at the end of the week. No parents or outside audience members will be permitted inside to watch the showcases, but all showcases will be recorded. Once they’ve been edited, links to the performance will be sent to the email used at registration. We highly recommend you watch the recorded showcase with your performer, and share with friends and family.

  • Our camps end in a performance and to accomplish what these incredible students do in just five days, it is important and the expectation that they attend for the full day every day. 

 

Behavior Policy

The Egyptian YouTheatre runs on a three-strike behavior policy for students. Strike 1 is a verbal warning. Strike 2 includes notifying the parent of the situation. Strike 3 will result in dismissal from the program.




Información y políticas del campamento egipcio YouTheatre Summer 2021
 
La seguridad y salud de nuestros estudiantes, familias y personal es nuestra máxima prioridad. Los campamentos se llevarán a cabo siguiendo las últimas pautas sugeridas para nuestro sector por los CDC & ACA (American Camp Association). A medida que la situación continúe desarrollándose, tendremos que mantenernos flexibles y agradecer su apoyo y diligencia para ayudarnos a limitar la propagación de la enfermedad.

Responsabilidades de los padres y lista de verificación diaria
Al inscribir a mi hijo en un campamento de verano egipcio de YouTheatre, reconozco que es mi responsabilidad cumplir con lo siguiente:

1. Puntualidad. Entiendo que llegar a tiempo para dejar y recoger a los niños es imperativo para el buen funcionamiento del campamento. Dejaré y recogeré solo en el área designada, y dentro de los tiempos de entrega y recogida de 10 minutos. Entiendo que el personal de YouTheatre no es responsable de mi hijo si lo dejo antes de la hora designada y que el YouTheatre egipcio puede cobrar $ 1 / minuto por cada minuto que un miembro del personal de YT necesita esperar con mi hijo para que lo recojan después de la Hora de recogida designada de 10 minutos.
2. Preparación. Me aseguraré de enviar a mi hijo a todos los días del campamento: con ropa que cumpla con la política del Código de vestimenta que se establece más adelante en este documento, después de haber desayunado y con todos los materiales requeridos, incluidos, entre otros: limpio, etiquetado , BOTELLA DE AGUA, MERIENDA Y ALMUERZO rellenables (los estudiantes de Act Up Adventure solo necesitan un refrigerio)
3. Enfermedad. Estoy de acuerdo en monitorear la salud de mi hijo durante los días previos a la fecha de inicio del campamento y cada mañana del campamento. No dejaré a mis hijos en el campamento si presentan alguno de los siguientes síntomas: fiebre, tos, dificultad para respirar, diarrea, fatiga, dolor de cabeza, dolores musculares, náuseas, pérdida del gusto u olfato, dolor de garganta, vómitos . Si se descubre que mi hijo, o alguien de nuestro hogar, ha estado en contacto cercano con alguien que dio positivo en la prueba de COVID-19, no enviaré a mi hijo al campamento a menos que haya estado en cuarentena durante 14 días antes de la fecha de inicio del campamento. . Si mi hijo presenta alguno de estos síntomas durante el día del campamento, recogeré a mi hijo de inmediato cuando me contacte el personal de YouTheatre.
 
Dejar y recoger

4-7 años: ocurrirá en la puerta azul del escenario del Teatro Egipcio en Swede Alley para nuestros campistas más jóvenes.

8 años en adelante: La entrega y recogida para la mayoría de los otros campamentos se realizará en el nivel del techo de la estructura de estacionamiento del Puente de China accesible desde la rotonda en Deer Valley Drive y Marsac Ave., a menos que se especifique lo contrario. Los estudiantes mayores (8 años en adelante) también pueden ingresar a los Estudios de Teatro Egipcio por su cuenta si toman el autobús o caminan.

Los tiempos de campamento se han diseñado para disminuir la mezcla de grupos. La entrega se hará en el horario designado de 10 minutos, comenzando quince minutos antes de la hora de inicio del campamento. Los horarios de entrega y recogida se indican en su correo electrónico de bienvenida, así como a través de un mensaje de texto la semana anterior a la fecha de inicio del campamento. Consulte las políticas en la sección PUNTUALIDAD anterior. Si llega tarde y el personal de YT ya no está presente en el área de entrega, debe estacionarse en China Bridge y acompañarlos a los estudios usted mismo. NO DEJE SU VEHÍCULO ESTACIONADO EN SWEDE ALLEY.

Si deja a estudiantes de dos grupos de edad diferentes / lugares de entrega, deje a su estudiante mayor en Swede Alley con el estudiante más joven.

Los estudiantes se lavarán las manos al ingresar a los Estudios Egipcios antes de ingresar a su salón de clases. Los estudiantes no tendrán que usar las manijas de las puertas al entrar o salir del campamento ya que todas las puertas estarán abiertas para permitir un fácil acceso para todos.
 
Código de vestimenta

MÁSCARAS: Se requerirá que los estudiantes usen su propia máscara facial limpia para dejar, recoger, cuando viajen de un área a otra y cuando el distanciamiento social no sea posible. Una vez que están en su aula, pueden quitarse la máscara cuando hay distanciamiento social (los pisos de cada aula están claramente marcados para 4 '). Los estudiantes se quitarán las máscaras para su presentación final grabada y se las volverán a poner después de que abandonen el escenario. Si a su hijo nunca se le permite quitarse la máscara, excepto para el refrigerio / almuerzo, háganoslo saber para que esta información se incluya en nuestras listas Y asegúrese de que su hijo sepa que su familia gobierna sobre este asunto.
Los estudiantes recibirán una camiseta del campamento de verano de YouTheatre 2021 el primer día de su primer campamento (si se unen a nosotros durante más de una semana, no recibirán una camiseta nueva cada semana). Se les pedirá que usen una camiseta de YT Camp todos los días del campamento y son bienvenidos a usar camisas de YT de años anteriores (disponibles en tallas limitadas por $ 5 / cada una).
Se espera que los estudiantes usen ropa en la que puedan moverse fácilmente y zapatos cerrados. ¡NO HAY FLIP FLOPS!
Algunos campamentos requerirán que los estudiantes usen / traigan "negros de teatro" el último día del campamento. Esto simplemente significa una parte superior, pantalones y preferiblemente zapatos negros sólidos. No queremos que compres nada. Tenemos negros de teatro adicionales para los estudiantes que los necesitan.
 
Distanciamiento social
Cada piso de la clase estará marcado indicando una distancia social de 4 pies. El tamaño del grupo de la clase variará según la edad (4-7 años: 10 estudiantes / 1-2 instructores / 8 años en adelante = 12 estudiantes / 1-2 instructores). Las medidas de distanciamiento social se respetarán tanto como sea posible durante el horario de clases, lavado de manos / uso del baño, llegada y salida.
 
Almuerzo
Cada estudiante debe tener su propia botella de agua reutilizable, etiquetada con su nombre, enviada con ellos todos los días.
Mientras que los bebederos estarán apagados, las estaciones de llenado de botellas de agua filtrada sin contacto estarán encendidas. No hay refrigeradores ni microondas para los almuerzos de los estudiantes.

Los campamentos Act Up Adventures solo tendrán un refrigerio (sin almuerzo). Asegúrese de que coman algo antes de dejarlos y envíe un bocadillo claramente etiquetado con su nombre.

Todos los demás campamentos almorzarán al aire libre, si el clima lo permite. Además de una botella de agua reutilizable, el estudiante necesitará un almuerzo y un refrigerio que se le envíen desde casa todos los días y que esté claramente etiquetado con su nombre.

Vitrinas
Todos los campamentos de 2021 terminarán con una presentación de exhibición al final de la semana. No se permitirá que los padres o miembros de la audiencia externa entren para ver las exhibiciones, pero todas las exhibiciones serán grabadas. Una vez que se hayan editado, se enviarán enlaces a la actuación al correo electrónico utilizado en el registro. Le recomendamos encarecidamente que vea la presentación grabada con su intérprete y la comparta con amigos y familiares.

Política de comportamiento
El YouTheatre egipcio tiene una política de comportamiento de tres golpes para los estudiantes. La huelga 1 es una advertencia verbal. La huelga 2 incluye notificar a los padres de la situación. La huelga 3 resultará en la expulsión del programa.

 

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

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

 
2. Become a Pharaoh Club Member

Click to Learn More | Click to Join Now


3. Front Row Society Member (Businesses)

Click to Learn More | Click to Join Now


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 & Scholarships
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 435-296-7464 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.

 

Once maximum class size is reached, registration will be closed and a waitlist started. Cancellations made 14-days prior to class start date will receive a full refund to the original payment method. Cancellations made with less than 14-days’ notice for classes with waitlists will receive a check refund by mail minus a $50 admin fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations made on or after the class start date.

 

 

 

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 435-296-7464 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- 6pm daily and/or 11am- 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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Keep up with shows and events happening at the Egyptian Theatre!

 Facebook: @EgyptianTheatrePC   Instagram: @EgyptianTheatrePC   Twitter: @TheEgyptianPC

 

 

Find Us
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Paid Parking Only in Old Town!   Shuttle in -- we have a great free bus system.

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
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Cristina Aguirre
Director, Patron & Government Relations
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Jamie Wilcox
YouTheatre, Artistic & Managing Director
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Aimee Pike
YouTheatre, Associate Education Director
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Dan Radford
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 Manager
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Keani DiBerardino
Box Office
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