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. 

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Our theatre seeks to provide and promote theatrical works of art that are fresh, unique, empathetic, and inclusive; to foster and promote creative talent within the Utah Valley community; and 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. 

We're a 401(c) non-profit, operating with a small budget out of an old Radio Shack in the Provo Towne Centre mall, where we've produced everything from Angels in America to Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Here, you can be your queerest self. Here, we embrace your neurodiversity. Here, we welcome folks of all races, faiths, genders, abilities, orientations, and belief systems. Here, we believe everyone has a right to make and partake in powerful theatre. 

Thanks for joining us. There's a seat for you in our iconic yellow pews. We hope you feel welcome here. 

COVID Policies

We require everyone who enters our performance space to be vaccinated and masked. For more details on our current COVID policies, click the button below.

Our 2021/2022 "Season"

We're operating on a show-by-show basis for the next little while. To learn more, click the button below.

Current Events

AUDITIONS FOR THE FOSSIL RECORD!

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Upcoming

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Fossil Record

Written and Directed by Dr. Lisa Hall

January 28 - February 19, 2022

TICKETS AVAILABLE SOON!

After a long absence, Laurie returns home to take care of her ailing mother, Margaret. The tenuous balance is shattered when Laurie makes a grisly discovery in the home: the hidden, long-dead remains of three infants. Laurie must decide when (or whether) she should call the police or confront her mother, and how a history of substance abuse and abandonment might explain the horrifying discovery. In a moment of reckoning Margaret claims the infants were stillborn, and they must tell the authorities. In the end, the truth of the infants is revealed to those who have remained through the destruction.