Pygmalion Productions is a Salt Lake City based theater company that produces theater that reflects issues, concerns and shared experiences in the lives of women. In this time of daily loss, struggle and suffering across the world, we want to remind you that the arts can fire minds, warm souls, dazzle and delight. We will want them to be there in times ahead, for us and especially for our children. As Ashley Wheater told us, "Live art, the magic of the theater, is one of the few things that can bring total strangers together in unique harmony, reminding us of our humanity."


A virtual celebration of Utah Women, contemporary and historic.

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Women Off The Wall

An online production, streaming spring 2021.

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The Salt Lake Tribune writes about “If This Wall Could Talk’s” historical perspective on pandemics and protests.

A recent Salt Lake Tribune article explains that Pygmalion Productions — a Salt Lake City-based theater company that focuses on issues, concerns and shared experiences in the lives of women — has brought some of the faces, including Brooks’ from the mural to life in a new program called “If This Wall Could Talk.”

Pygmalion’s artistic director, Fran Pruyn — who is also featured on the mural — said her team asked six women from the present day to reflect on what COVID-19 has taught them, and what they will take away after the pandemic.

They also recruited six local female playwrights and seven actors to create scenes for six historical Utah women, portraying “those women’s point of view on their hard times and on their truths,” as they relate today, Pruyn said.

The result is a series of monologues, written and filmed on cellphones and iPads between January and March, released in a video April 7 and made free to the public at  “We were trying to make it from our living rooms, just like we’re trying to live from our living rooms” during the coronavirus pandemic, Pruyn said.

“If this Wall Could Talk” was also chosen as a City Weekly essential pick for April 2021.  Read the City Weekly article here.