The Park Record Clips for Dec.26-28, 2007
Series picks ‘The Jane Austin Book Club
Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 6 p.m., the Park City Film Series will present "The Jane Austin Book Club." In its film synopsis, the series directors write that this film "shows that contemporary society is still every bit as preoccupied with the complexities of marriage, friendships, romantic entanglements, position, and social manners as was Jane Austin at the turn of the 1800s. The lives of a group of friends are revealed through the witty prism of their literary heroine. The book club meets over friendly drinks and fancy dinners to discuss and debate each of Austin’s classics, opening themselves up in the process to new challenges and friendships. Over time the six members find echoes, predictions, warnings and wisdom about their own personal and romantic lives within Austin’s beloved narratives and characters." Tickets are $7 with discounts for seniors and students. The screening will take place at the Jim Santy Auditorium located at 1255 Park Ave.
Last Week to get hooked: The Egyptian Theater Company continues its run of Peter Pan through Dec. 29 at 328 Main St. Performances are Wednesday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. A Saturday matinee will be held Dec. 29 at 2 p.m. Adult tickets are $31 for the matinee and $36 for the evening performance. Discounts are available for students, children and seniors. For more information, visit egyptiantheatrecompany.org.
Resorts to celebrate 2008
Dec. 30 Deer Valley Resort will host its Torchlight Parade at approximately 6 p.m. (dusk) on Big Stick ski run on Bald Eagle Mountain. Complementary hot cider and cookies will be served. The parade is best viewed from the upper deck of Snow Park Lodge. For more information, call 435-649-1000 or 800-424-DEER (3337).
On New Year’s Eve this season, The Canyons Resort will have a Rockin’ Rail Jam Invitational to kick off a free concert by The Right Amount and fireworks show in the Resort Village. For more information, visit http://www.thecanyons.com.
Frequent Flyers to ring in the New Year
From Dec. 29 through Dec. 31, The Frequent Flyers will perform at the Eccles Center. Presented by the Park City Performing Arts Foundation, the group will combine original low-flying trapeze acrobatics with dance to create a performance suitable for all ages. For more information on the performers, visit frequentflyers.com. For more information about tickets and shows at The Eccles Center, visit http://www.ecclescenter.org or call (435) 655-3114.
Get a ticket: Broadway star to perform at Eccles
January 5 at 7:30 p.m., see Savion Glover. A Broadway star by the time he reached adolescence. Savion Glover has performed with and, by some accounts, eclipsed some of the world’s most famous dancers. He took Salt Lake City by storm at the 2002 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremonies, and his passionate affair with funk-ridden tap has accounted for multiple successes throughout the musical theater community, including a Tony Award for his performance in "Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring in ‘Da Funk." Glover will perform at the Eccles Center on 1750 Kearns Blvd. Tickets are available at the box office Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. or online at http://www.ecclescenter.org .
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