If you want a Broadway experience while visiting St. George, then don’t miss a visit to Brigham’s Playhouse at 25 North 300 West, Washington, Utah.
Did you know that even while creating a city in the desert, Brigham Young promoted dancing and other social amusements? He was particularly fond of the theater. Although far from Broadway, he provided opportunities for Utahn’s of his day to take advantage of these distractions in the desert they called home. He encouraged others to share his belief that wholesome recreation and entertainment offer worthwhile enjoyment.
Come at the best time!
To enjoy a professional production, check when the curtain rises on Brigham Playhouse’s next show. An intimate old fashioned theater setting right next door to the vintage Old Red Barn provides the backdrop for these unparalleled plays. While the barn provides farm fresh food, Brigham’s Playhouse feeds your soul and tickles your funny bone.
How did it get here, anyway?
The combination of talents from the fun-loving Knapp and Young families made this desert rose bloom in 2013. But they don’t just bring exceptional live entertainment to St. George. Each performance has a drawing from attendee’s tickets to see which lucky audience member gets free goodies, such as cookies or ice cream. (You don’t get that on Broadway!)
If your name isn’t drawn, don’t despair. You can always purchase the delectable delights of your choice during intermission.
Don’t hesitate to bring the whole family! Brigham’s Playhouse is dedicated to providing wholesome theater based on high moral and ethical values, so everyone is sure to have an unforgettable time at Brigham’s Playhouse.