What Is Pygmalion Productions

We are 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."

Mother of the Maid

A beautifully written and performed play about the life of Joan of Arc told from the perspective of her mother.

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TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR INDIVIDUAL SHOWS AND SEASON PACKAGES. Online at www.arttixx.org or by phone 801-355-2787.

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Our 2024 Season

Last Lists of My Mad Mother February 9-24, 2024 Mother of the Maid May 4-18, 2024

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Pygmalion Productions

“Mountain Meadows” a new play by Deborah Threedy opens 2/17/23. There will be a talk back with the playwright after the 2/18/23 performance.

Pygmalion Theatre Company continues its 2022/23 season with the world premiere of “Mountain Meadows” by Utah playwright Debora Threedy, directed by Morag Shepherd, from Feb. 17 to March 4 at the Rose Wagner Center for Performing Arts located at 138 West Broadway in downtown Salt Lake City. The play braids together two stories, connected by and to the Mountain Meadows Massacre. Nita, granddaughter of a perpetrator, struggles to unearth the truth of the massacre in history. Miranda discovers she is a survivor and attempts to discover the truth of her family’s involvement. Together, their stories tally the cost of refusing to face the truth. The show features Stephanie Howell as Nita, David Hanson, Matthew Ivan Bennett, Carlie Young, Tiffani DiGregorio and Daisy Blake. Plays Feb. 17 to March 4, Thursday and Friday at 7:30 p.m., Saturday at 4 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Masks required for the following performances: Feb. 23 and March 2, 2023. Otherwise, masks recommended, but not required.

City Weekly calls “Mother, Mother” a terrific exploration of a woman facing the impediments of her era.

Baum’s performance provides the biggest jolt of energy in Mother, Mother, spanning decades from precociously dramatic adolescent to melancholy senior. It’s a terrific exploration of a woman facing the impediments of her era, and becomes the fulcrum in a compelling look at mother-daughter relationships—specifically, the way even a woman who felt limited by the expectations of

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