Located in the northeastern tip of Utah, Logan boasts a long-standing tradition with the performing arts. The city is home to a number of places and events, including the following four, which help visitors and locals get their cultural fix:
The Cache Theatre Company
One of the state’s longest running theater groups, the company has helped showcase the talents of a number of local adults and students who star in its performances. The fall schedule included Disney’s “Frozen Jr.” and Steve Martin’s “Bright Star.”
The Cache Valley Center for the Arts
This arts hub includes the circa 1923 Ellen Eccles Theatre, which hosts concerts and touring Broadway shows. A number of local performance groups use the center’s spaces for practices and productions, and CacheArts also sponsors the city’s gallery walks and offers visual arts classes and summer arts camps.
Daines Concert Hall
Thanks to a multimillion-dollar renovation project that wrapped up in 2017, this venue on the Utah State University campus is one of the region’s most modern performance spaces. The 1,700-seat hall typically hosts concerts by the school’s orchestra, band, and chamber groups, as well as visiting artists.
The Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre
Logan rolls out the red carpet to welcome the talented musicians and performers of the Utah Festival Opera each summer for a series of operas, musicals, and concerts. The 2020 season runs from July 5 to Aug. 8.
Top photo: Performance at the Cache Valley Center for the Arts
Photo by cachearts.org
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