The Salty Cricket Composers Collective is New Music ensemble that performs the works of living composers who currently reside in Utah, and the next show is on Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center's Leona Wagner Black Box (138 W. Broadway (300 S), SLC).
Tickets: $15, $10 for students | 801.355.ARTS (2787) | arttix.org | Tickets also available at the door
The works, written by Utah-based composers, lyricists and book-writers, will be performed by five local actors.
Directed by Laura Crosset, the showcase will feature a fully-staged scene from each new musical.The five works include:
Erica Glenn’s "The Weaver from Raveloe"
Rick Mortensen’s "My Rock"
Annelise Muryphy’s "Justice at Gold Dust"
Rick Rea’s "Godville"
M. Ryan Taylor’s "The Giant’s Heart"
The performers include Rachel Shul (a WSU Musical Theatre student), Jaron Barney (a University of Utah Musical theatre student), Emilie Starr (a WSU Musical Theatre student), Thomas Kulkus (a graduate of SUU’s Musical Theatre program), and Tia Galanis (a Musical Theatre student at the University of Utah).
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