After reading the article about the Salt Lake Acting Company and the cancellation of “Saturday’s Voyeur,” I am concerned about the need to pay the actors who will not be in the play this year.
As a longtime season subscriber, I donated the amount from my tickets to the spring play that was canceled. Hopefully the actors who were already hired were paid. Going forward, I would be happy to donate the proceeds from tickets to Salt Lake Acting Company with the assurance that actors will be paid with some of the proceeds.
I have no reason to think that the company is doing anything wrong, but with all the money flying around the economy I want to make sure the people that deserve and need the money receive it. There was no discussion in the article about the actors.
I think Salt Lake Acting Company and other nonprofits that are in a difficult situation should be transparent about their business practices. I am looking forward to “Voyeur” in 2021. It’s one of the things that helps me keep my sanity living here in Utah.
Brad Wallin, Draper