The Arts and U


Pioneer Theatre Company is asking its patrons of "The Play That Goes Wrong" to bring canned and non-perishable food items to support Utah Food Bank. Continuing a 9-year history of giving, Pioneer Theatre Company is partnering up with Utah Food Bank this year to support those who are food insecure and need assistance this holiday season.

"Pioneer Theatre Company's donations have gone a long way in the fight against hunger," said Ginette Bott of Utah Food Bank. "We're very grateful for the wonderful support of the community, and those who need the help deeply appreciate it."

For those interested in donating, please place your items in the barrels that are located in the lobby. Any contribution helps, but please be sure that the item isn't expired. The barrels will stay in the lobby throughout the run of the production of "The Play That Goes Wrong," Dec. 6-21, 2019.


Pioneer Theatre Company presents the Loge Gallery show “Lost in the Woods” by Stephanie Saint-Thomas. The exhibit will include painted artwork from Saint-Thomas. It will be on display during the production of “The Play That Goes Wrong,” now through Dec. 21, 2019.

Born in Spain to artist parents, then raised in France, Holland and Utah, Saint-Thomas draws on her upbringing's landscapes to influence her work. Saint-Thomas notes that "The natural world provides an endless supply in inspiration, and I am drawn to express my emotions often on acrylic sheets or wood, where paints seem to float magically on the smooth surface, often absent of traditional brushstrokes."

For this exhibition, Saint-Thomas is displaying a large collection of her work, including a current collection of paintings and jewelry, as well as, for the first time in over 20 years, a selection of hand-painted boxes, mirrors and tables created in her signature technique. All the works of art are signed, one-of-a-kind originals. There are no prints or reproductions of any kind.