What to do in Park City this weekend: musicals, affordable housing and the music crawl
For those who aren’t gearing up and getting a ski wax for Park City Mountain Resort’s opening day, Park City offers another weekend of shows, arts and fun before the winter season starts. For a full list of special events and weekly community events, visit our online calendar.
Park City Collects III
Friday, Nov. 16 6 – 7:30 p.m.
Kimball Art Center, 1401 Kearns Blvd.
Featuring diverse pieces from local collectors, Park City Collects III showcases a wide range of time periods, media, and styles by internationally acclaimed artists. This exhibition offers a unique opportunity to enjoy pieces unavailable for public viewing and better understand the persuasive power of art.
Thursday, Nov. 15, through Saturday, Nov. 17, 7 p.m. (Extra Saturday matinee 2 p.m.)
Eccles Center for the Performing Arts, 1750 Kearns Blvd.
The Park City High School production of the ABBA-inspired musical lucked out landing the rights to perform the musical one day before a local stage company placed a lock on the production, preventing anyone within 50 miles to show it. The story is about Donna, a former pop singer, whose daughter, Sophie, is about to get married. The catch is Sophie wants her father to give her away during the ceremony, but she and Donna don’t know who the father is.
The Addams Family
Beginning Friday, Nov. 16, through Saturday, Nov. 24. 7:30 p.m. except Sunday, Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. No show Thurs, Nov. 22.
Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main Street
Tickets starting at $29, reduced pricing Wednesday, Nov. 21
America’s darkest family comes to life in this original musical about love, family, honesty, and growing up. Features an original story, and it’s every father’s nightmare. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents. Presented by the Ziegfeld Theater.
Affordable Housing Seminar
Saturday, Nov. 17, 10 a.m. – noon
Mountain Life Church, 7375 N. Silver Creek Rd.
Mountain Life Church will host an affordable housing seminar put on by Mountain Lands Community Housing and Park City Municipal to help educate the community on what affordable housing is, what opportunities are out there for affordable housing locally and how to get involved. Whether you are interested in affordable housing for yourself or you want to learn how to help those who need it, you will benefit from this seminar. Childcare will be provided, but please request it when you RSVP by letting us know the ages of children needing childcare. RSVP to Laura Behnke at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435.647.5855.
Main Street Music Crawl
Saturday, Nov. 17, 7:30 p.m. – midnight
The 4th Annual KPCW Main Street Music Crawl presented by Red Ledges, celebrates all things local – local music, local bars, local radio and our local community. It’s a big fat party from 7:30 pm to last call on upper Main Street that showcases three local venues – OP Rockwell, The Spur Bar & Grill and Flanagan’s on Main.
An earlier version of this story misstated the location of the Mamma Mia! musical as the Egyptian Theatre. It is performing at the Eccles Center.
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“We wouldn’t want to be responsible for a massive COVID outbreak, and the Santa Pub Crawl attracts hundreds of people every year who gather in small venues up and down Main Street. We felt it wasn’t good timing.”