Stage Flight


Stage Flight is sold out for 19-20. Email to be placed on a wait list if seats open up.

Stage Flight is a new way to subscribe to the UtahPresents season.

With six carefully curated performances, you’ll see the best of the 19-20 season with the best discount available and awesome benefits, including first access to add-on performances when the full season is announced in mid-May.

Stage Flight benefits include: 

  • 25% discount off single ticket prices
  • Priority access to add single tickets before the general public onsale
  • Find out first! You’ll be invited to our 2020-21 season Launch Party
  • Coupons for free concession items
  • No fees for tickets purchased in advance
  • Free ticket exchanges
  • Pre-sale opportunities for additional performances
  • Click on the graphic at right to enlarge and see the full list of benefits

You can also levelUP your subscription with a $100, $250, or $500 donation for extra perks and parties! Add the donation to your order at check-out.

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To upgrade to VIP seats when available, call Ryan at 801-585-1612 to complete your purchase


Stage Flight performances



National Geographic Live!
From River to Rim: Hiking the Grand Canyon
September 27, 7:30PM

In partnership with Grand Canyon Trust

Celebrating the 100 year anniversary of Grand Canyon National Park, writer Kevin Fedarko and photographer/filmmaker Pete McBride share the story of their adventure to transect the immense canyon on foot. Over the course of a year, the pair walked nearly 800 miles from Lee’s Ferry to the Grand Wash Cliffs near Lake Mead.

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Mrs. Krishnan’s Party (Your’e Invited!)
Indian Ink Theatre Company
November 1, 7:30PM

Over one joyous evening, Mrs. Krishnan’s Party magically transforms strangers into friends through laughter, tears, good music, and great food. This utterly disarming new comedy seats the audience around the dining table and at the kitchen bench in the back room of Krishnan’s Dairy.

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Black Violin
January 21, 7:00PM

Back by popular demand, virtuoso violinists Wil B. and Kev Marcus return to Salt Lake with their high-energy, genre-busting show.Part maestro, part emcee, this revolutionary group, declared one of the “hottest bands of SXSW,” encourages audiences to look at things from a different perspective, to show what can happen when you color way outside the lines.

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Beyond Calligraphy
Guangdong Modern Dance Company
February 4, 7:00PM

In partnership with the Confucius Institute

Mainland China’s first professional modern dance company performs Beyond Calligraphy, a poem of movements inspired by the five different script styles in Chinese calligraphy. The production, which has won international awards for choreography and design, comprises five dances named after the five different script styles in the Chinese calligraphy.

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We Shall Overcome – A Celebration of Dr Martin Luther King, Jr.
Featuring Damien Sneed
March 4, 7:00PM

Inspired by the words and actions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., We Shall Overcome showcases a living lineage of music and culture traditions, including traditional gospel, modern gospel, Broadway, and spirituals. From Aretha Franklin, to Wynton Marsalis; Duke Ellington to Stevie Wonder; Nina Simone to Donny Hathaway, We Shall Overcome ties together repertoire from across the African American music traditions that electrified generations of civil rights activists.

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Falling Out
Phantom Limb Company
March 20, 7:30PM

In partnership with the Sustainability Office and the Global Change and Sustainability Center

Blending multimedia theatre with marionette puppetry, Japanese Butoh, and Flex dancing, Phantom Limb’s Falling Out highlights the hope and resilience of the people impacted by nuclear fallout in Fukushima, Japan. Falling Out is the final piece in Phantom Limb’s trilogy about people’s changing relationship to nature over time.

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