Tag Archive: BYU Arts

  1. The Selfish Giant

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    May 30–June 14, 2014

    In this allegorical play about Jesus’s love, adapted from an Oscar Wilde children’s story, a self-centered giant learns about friendship, faith, and the power to change. At first unwilling to share his beautiful garden with the children who long to play in it, the giant finds happiness—and the secret to a thriving garden—when he welcomes the youngsters onto his patch of earth. Using puppets and live actors, BYU Theatre presents a unique look at this poignant tale.

  2. Pride and Prejudice

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    Two hundred years after the first publication of Pride and Prejudice, BYU Theatre takes this beloved story to the stage. Jane Austen’s humorous narrative, set in early 19th-century England, follows the five Bennet sisters, of marriageable age and modest means, as they confront unreasonable social barriers, vanity, and the impropriety of their own family. The sisters also find that, “next to being married, a girl likes being crossed in love a little now and again.”

  3. BYU Young Ambassadors: Heartsongs: Melodies of Love

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    A fast-paced revue about those moments in life when love touches us in unexpected ways. Featuring show tunes from award-winning Broadway musicals How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Cinderella, Singin’ in the Rain, and Thoroughly Modern Millie and international hits by the Beatles, Elvis Presley, Adele, and Michael Jackson.

  4. Living Legends: Seasons

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    The Living Legends capture the essence of ancient and modern culture in a panorama of Latin American, Native American, and Polynesian song and dance.

  5. Swan Lake – BYU

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    Tchaikovsky’s romantic score has been set to new choreography in this production by BYU’s Ballet Theatre.