The 2021-2022 Season
Much Ado About Nothing
April 29 - May 8
Fridays & Saturdays at 7pm • Sundays at 3pm
Live Stream & On-Demand Tickets available until May 15th
The course of true love never did run smooth. Shakespeare’s cherished romantic comedy lands on the 1920's Italian Riviera, With dastardly plots, hilarious slapstick, and some of Shakespeare’s wittiest dialogue, this story of matchmaking and manipulation is the perfect blend of sparkling screwball comedy and romance.
Snow Country Christmas
December 10, 17 & 18 2021 at 7pm
December 12 2021 at 3 pm
December 19 2021 at 1 pm
Do you believe in Christmas miracles? The people of the frontier town of Comfort sure need one. During the worst blizzard in living memory, an avalanche has isolated the town, with loved ones and all the cheer of Christmas on the other side of Devil's Canyon. A quartet of hardy pioneer ladies give heart to the frightened community by bringing to glorious life tales of the most wonderful time of the year that are certain to warm the coldest heart.
A Christmas Carol
December 11, 12, 16 and 19 2021 at 7 pm
December 18 2021 at 4 pm
Internationally acclaimed actor, Wayne Mitchell, presents Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol in a whole new light. Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by 4 ghosts, who take him on a journey through his past, present, and the future yet to come to discover the true path to happiness. This one-man show brings to life Dickens' festive tale of redemption and compassion, brightening your heart with the joy and wonder of the holiday season.
Christmas with Laura Ingalls
December 18 2021 at 1 pm
December 19 2021 at 4 pm
December 20 2021 at 7 pm
Grown-up Laura is a teacher in 1883 in a one room schoolhouse 12 miles outside of DeSmett, Dakota Territory. Will Laura spend Christmas alone or will young Mr. Wilder journey through a blizzard to come to her rescue? Join one of Alaska's celebrated actresses, Grace Fahrney, on a journey through the Christmases of Little House on the Prairie's Laura Ingalls. Accompanied by Elijiah Carricaburu on violin, this show is sure to warm your heart this holiday season.
Death Valley's Halloween Hoedown
October 28 at 7pm, 30 at 12pm & 3pm, 31 at 3pm
Grant Hall - streaming option available
Halloween just isn't Halloween with without Jack O Lanterns, so Death Valley is plum out of luck because pumpkins don't grow in the desert. Will four skeletons, three witches, a vampire, a ghost, and the nameless dark thing in the corner be able to find enough magic in the moonlight to save Halloween? Come find out with the sing-along, scream-along, musical trick or treat for the whole family.
Streaming tickets for select shows also available. Go to the ticket site and choose "Death Valley's Halloween Hoedown - Streaming Access" to get access. Streaming tickets are pay what you decide, because we want this show to be available to everyone.
13 Tales of Terror
October 29, 2021 at 10pm
In person only
The leaves are rustling underfoot, the breeze is blowing cold, and there is something in the darkness that is watching you. The timid want to be safely behind locked doors but YOU should join us in the Jack O Lantern lit darkness of APU's Grant Hall where five shadowy storytellers are waiting to chill your blood with an unlucky thirteen tales to make you tremble. Come with someone that you think can keep you safe.
October 22, 23, 29, 30 & 31 - 7pm
October 24 at 3pm, October 31 at 7pm & 10pm
Grant Hall - streaming option available
At the turn of the 20th century a folk tale turns frighteningly real when three families are terrorized by a vengeful spirit summoned by young girls dabbling with powers beyond their control, turning an isolated farmhouse into a scene of horror! Recommended for ages 10 and up or those who can handle a good scare.
Streaming tickets for select shows also available. Go to the ticket site and choose "Ghastly Alice - Streaming Access" to get access. Streaming tickets are pay what you decide, because we want this show to be available to everyone.