COVID-19 UPDATE: Please check with individual organizations and venues for specific requirements regarding health precautions.
The newest addition to Utah Arts Alliance programs, the Alliance Theater specializes in socially distanced and broadcast performances. Located in a quiet, elegant, stand-alone space at historic Trolley Square, Alliance has plenty of room to socially distance and the professional tools artists need to capture and share their work with the world. With a fully equipped stage package including light, sound, even a streaming wizard on staff to help get your broadcast just right, the Utah Arts Alliance has created an affordable space run by theatre people where Utah’s arts community can safely work, capture, and share.
602 S 700 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
PARKING is free and available in the 600 South parking lot and along the 700 East buildings. There is also parking along building A in front of Alice Lane and building B in front of Pottery Barn. We also have an underground parking garage that is accessible along the corner of 500 South and also on the corner of 600 East. There is roof access parking on the 500 South/700 East corner above Whole Foods.
HANDICAP PARKING is available throughout Trolley Square. If you are in need of a wheelchair, please call the Trolley Square Security Office at 801-534-0160 and they will bring a wheelchair to you. (rental is free)
Contact Jonathan King for if you are interested in renting this venue for you COVID safe event.
The Alliance Theater is a one-of-a-kind theater space, designed for live-streaming with a small audience of socially distanced seats.
1.Do not come to the Alliance Theater if you are having COVID symptoms. Your temperature will be taken on entry. No one with a temperature over 100 degrees will be allowed in.
2. Maintain at least 6 feet of distance between you and others. Imagine there’s a levitating lady between you an everyone around you.
3. Handshaking, hugging, high-fives, etc. are not allowed in the Alliance Theater at this time.
4. Wash your hands or use handsanitizer frequently, especially after you touch your face.
5. You must wear a mask. It must be a multi-layered cloth covering that fits snuggly over your mouth and nose. If you do not have one, one will be provided to you.
6. Be courteous. Remember that these precautions aren’t just for you. It’s important that you adhere to these rules even if you aren’t worried about getting sick. They will prevent the virus from spreading, mutating, becoming resistant to our vaccines, and killing more people. The sooner we get the virus under control, the sooner we can return to in-person performances.