1100 Tuacahn Drive, Ivins, UT 84738
We are aware of Governor Herbert’s new state of emergency declaration and because of our safety protocols, we have been granted permission to continue here at Tuacahn Center for the Arts. We have been practicing high alert safety protocols since we re-opened in September and will continue to do so. We are in complete compliance with all State of Utah and Southern Utah Health Department guidelines and have been cleared by the county and public health officials to carry on with our fall concert season. Face masks are required at all times while visiting Tuacahn. Hand sanitizer stations are available and routine cleaning is performed. We want everyone to be safe, to be well, and WE WANT TO KEEP THE ARTS ALIVE.
For the past 25 years, the best part about Tuacahn is the stories told on stage that create memories for everyone who attends. Don’t miss the opportunity to let Tuacahn’s stories be part of yours once again.
For more information on show dates, ticket pricing, and COVID-19 guidelines, visit our website tuacahn.org or call (435) 652-3300.
Tuacahn Center for the Arts is a professional non-profit presenting and producing organization that inspires creativity and greatness in the human spirit by providing world class family entertainment and education. Tuacahn produces top-quality musical theatre and concerts, hosts a variety of special events, offers education and outreach programs to school-age children and adults, and supports other charities and community events. Doug Stewart, a local playwright, found Tuacahn’s site in 1993. A non-profit organization was created and raised $23-million to build the Tuacahn Amphitheatre and Center for the Arts on the 80 acre parcel at the base of Padre Canyon. The plan was more than ambitious. Tuacahn facilities include a 330 seat indoor theater, a dance studio, black-box theater, recital hall, costume shop, scene shop, studios, classrooms, concessions stand and a gift shop. All were built to complement the jewel of Tuacahn, a 1,920-seat outdoor amphitheatre. Tuacahn opened in the spring of 1995. In August 1999 Tuacahn began operation of the Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts, Utah’s first charter high school. Students are engrossed in an exceptional college preparatory curriculum along with unprecedented opportunities to rub shoulders with working theatre professionals at the Tuacahn Amphitheatre.