1440 W Center St, Springville

Celebrating nearly 70 years of wholesome family fun!

The Drowsy Chaperone has been cast. Click here to see the cast list.

Check back here to see audition dates for our Youth Production and Fall show!

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Our History

Spring Musical

A small group of Springville citizens gathered together in 1947 with a goal of promoting and producing drama in their community. The resulting organization, now known as the Springville Playhouse, is now the longest continuously operating community theater group in Utah.

Directed by Michael Roberts, produced by Starr Christensen, with music director Michelle McManus.


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1440 West Center Street, Springville

“My wife and I had seen several of the shows that the Playhouse put on and we were always blown away by the caliber of the productions there.  We had to participate so we auditioned for the next musical and had an absolute BLAST with the amazing people there.  What a great legacy to be a part of!”

 

Jared Carlson,

Playhouse Patron and Performer

  • ​The Drowsy Chaperone (June 2019)
  • YOUTH PRODUCTION  (July 2019)
    To Be Announced

  • STRAIGHT PLAY (Fall 2019)
    ​To Be Announced

Audition Schedule

Tickets may also be purchased at the door starting 30 minutes prior to the curtain on the night you are attending.

June 7, 8 (matinee), 10, 14, 15, 17, 21, 22, and 24

Contrary to popular belief, our community is comprised of more than just Springville residents.  Actors and actresses, board members, directors, and nearly every kind of volunteer imaginable come from far and wide to participate in the joy and legacy of our theater.  There are many opportunites for YOU to join with us!

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What People Say About Us

The 2019 Season

This year brings an exciting line-up of musicals and plays that everyone can enjoy!  We are excited to announce the following:

Merit College

Preparatory Academy

"'Curious Savage' unleashes laughs, tears in Springville Playhouse production."


Click here for the full article.

Casey Adams,

Fine Arts and Entertainment Reporter, Daily Herald

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