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Regent Street Black Box at Eccles Theater

Regent Street Black Box at Eccles Theater

The Black Box Theater will feature 16-foot tall glass windows overlooking the new Regent Street Plaza. The Black Box ticketing windows and lobby will be accessed from Regent Street, creating a distinct experience from the main performance hall at The Eccles Theater. Acoustically isolated, the 2,400-square-foot, Black Box space will be able to accommodate a variety of dance, music and theatrical productions as well as private, corporate and community events. Movable seating platforms will allow the room to be configured for several types of occasions, accommodating between 150-250 people depending on the arrangement.


Regent Street Black Box at Eccles Theater

144 South Regent Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84111


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  1. How could all tickets to Gold Mountain on May 8th and 9th be sold out before they even went on sale at the Black Box Eccles Theater? It’s been saying for over a month now that they would go on sale March 4th at 10:00 a.m. As I check today March 3rd it indicates they sold out. Please explain, thanks!


    • Russell, we reached out to the producers in regards to your comment and received this reply:
      “From the writer of Gold Mountain –
      I’d like to personally apologize to this ticket buyer and hope that they’ll find a way to join us in Ogden. Over the last year, we’ve been trying to find a larger performance space for Gold Mountain in Salt Lake City, but to no avail. There are many cultural

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