Hello and welcome!

We're An Other Theater Company, a small non-profit theater in Provo, Utah! We work to create inclusive and thought-provoking theatre in our conservative hometown, with a focus on the voices that are often overlooked in this area. 


Our theatre seeks to uplift the works and talents of the queer community, BIPOC folks, women, and humans of all sizes, ages, and abilities. We strive to make our theatre a space where people can proudly and safely be themselves while watching and making powerful theatre. 

Our website is undergoing some changes, and our theatre doors are currently closed due to COVID-19. In the meantime, we invite you to check out our Panel Series discussions and watch our recent reading of Chelsea Hickman's new play "Tethered"

Thanks for joining us. We hope you feel welcome here. 

Current Events

"Panel Series: LGBTQ+ in Theatre"

MODERATOR: Alec Powell
PANELISTS: Taylor Jack Nelson, Chelsea Hickman, Lisa Hall, Danielle Tenerelli

A reading of a new play by Chelsea Hickman

FREE on our website

Feb 13th - Mar 6th

Set in 1600s England, TETHERED tells the story of an expecting farm wife, Margaret, and her fascination with her new neighbor, Sileas Fletcher. Sileas offers her services as a healer and midwife, but Margaret has already chosen her Gossips: Ms. Mary Wallace, Mrs. Elizabeth Gibson, and Mrs. Alice Adams. The Gossips warn Margaret to be wary of the Fletcher bloodline, as they come from a long line of witches.

Blood runs cold when Margaret's husband doesn't return home from delivering crops to a neighboring village. And Margaret isn't entirely certain that is such a bad thing.

Upcoming Events

An Other Theatre Company acknowledges that our theatre stands on the traditional lands of the Núu-agha-tʉvʉ-pʉ̱ (Ute) nation. White settlers seized the land colonially known as Provo from the Ute People and other neighboring tribes through the unratified and unfulfilled Treaty of Spanish Fork in 1865, in exchange for basic needs and rights, under the direction of Brigham Young.


We also recognize the lives of the enslaved Africans brought to Utah by early white settlers, and acknowledge their subjugation and forced labor in establishing the cities that exist in this area today.


We strive to de-colonize Utah theatre through careful season selection, casting choices, diversity in leadership and creative roles, and ongoing conversation and education.

An Other Theater Company

Provo Towne Centre Mall

1200 Towne Centre Blvd

Provo, UT 84601


We are located inside the

Provo Towne Centre Mall,

on the second floor, near Dillard's


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