UtahPresents does more than thrill you with performances on stage. Of course, bringing you amazing performances is an essential part of what we do, but UtahPresents also connects our community with transformational artistic experiences. Through master classes with touring musicians, choreographers, comedians, and playwrights, to school matinees that introduce local students to the performing arts, the work we do in the community is at the heart of the UtahPresents mission. That means YOU, the audience, inspire the work we do—and we are grateful to have a community willing to take chances and be moved by the diversity of the work we present.

To do this important work, we need your help. UtahPresents operates as a nonprofit at the University of Utah, meaning our work is possible because of generous contributions from audience members and patrons like you.

On March 30, please join with us during Love UT Give UT by making a gift to support UtahPresents. Your gift secures access to the arts and to arts education for those in our community who need it most—including low-income school students, community partnering organizations, and underserved families.

Need a little more of a nudge? We also have prizes for our loyal patrons participating in Love UT Give UT on March 30:

  • $10- Credit where credit is due: Special recognition in our playbill during the 2017-18 season
  • $20- Something sweet: Get two concessions vouchers to use during performances at Kingsbury Hall
  • $50- One Night Only: Receive one complimentary ticket to a 2017-18 UtahPresents performance (Some restrictions apply; will be arranged in June 2017)
  • $100- VIP Access: Special invitation to UtahPresents VIP events and intermission receptions, VIP Parking (when available)

Aside from the obvious incentive of investing in the vibrancy of our community, Mark Miller Subaru has joined forces with Love UT Give UT to encourage giving. Each person making a gift of $10 or more will qualify to win a 3-year lease of a brand new Subaru Impreza. This prize is courtesy of Mark Miller Subaru.