Yellow, written by a local Utah play-write, is a beautiful story of a family’s love through trials and secrets, chronicled as a memoir organized around love’s quintessential sign – kisses.
Yellow chronicles the life of Harriet Foster, a woman who has recently died of cancer. Her story is told by her daughter, Greta, who narrates the snapshots from the past via a memoir her mother has written and left behind. Through the memoir, Harriet recaptures the events of her life as centered around important kisses as well as moments when, for various reasons, kissing did not occur. As she reads, Great learns new and sometimes difficult truths about her family and must decided how to come to terms with the past.
With a similar feel and structure to the popular TV show “This is Us,” this obscure 2010 4-person play was a little ahead of its time, and makes a perfect February outing. We hop you decide to spend an evening with us and this beautiful story.
Tickets for Yellow can be purchased online, by phone, or at the box office (90 North 100 West
Heber City, Utah). Punch passes are also available.