ENTERTAINING, EDUCATING & ILLUMINATING SINCE 1998

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Upcoming Main Stage Events

 
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Jodi Kantor
Friday January 18

She is one half of the Pulitzer Prize-winning team whose New York Times story about movie mogul Harvey Weinstein’s alleged abuse toward women. Kantor will pull back the curtain on the reporting on events that allegedly took place in locations far-flung as France and Italy, and as nearby as the Stein Ericksen Lodge .She will deconstruct the story that revealed systemic abuse in Hollywood, and many other industries. In exploring the resonance of the Weinstein investigation, she will tackle topics such as common patterns and means of intimidation, as well as why so many women are now finding their voices and why people are finally listening. Click here to learn more about Jodi Kantor

TIME: 7:30 PM

LOCATION: Eccles Center: 1750 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060

COST: Reserved: $29, General: $29

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National Geographic Live: On the Trail of Big Cats with Steve Winter
Saturday January 19

Dedicated  explorer  and  award-winning  photographer  Steve  Winter  will  take  you  from  Asian  jungles  where  resilient  tiger  populations  persist,  to  the  Himalaya,  home  of  the  rare  snow  leopard.  Follow  him  into  the  rainforests  of  Latin  America  to  view  the  elusive  jaguar,  and  into  the  Hollywood  Hills  in  pursuit  of  the  American  cougar.  Co-author  of  Tigers  Forever,  Winter’s  mission  is  to  share  the  beauty  of  big  cats  while  working  to  save  them. Click here to learn more about On the Trail of Big Cats, with Steve Winter


TIME: 7:30 PM

LOCATION: Eccles Center: 1750 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060

COST: Reserved: $29, General: $29

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San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus + The It Gets Better Project 
Saturday February 9

It Gets Better is a newly revamped artistic collaboration with the world-famous San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus. The It Gets Better Tour brings the experience and message of the online It Gets Better Project to communities and audiences by blending music, theater, and multimedia into a work for the stage.  The cast brings to life real stories from gay, lesbian, transgender, and straight allies from around the country.  With the It Gets Better Tour, a small but dedicated ensemble travels to communities nationwide to produce a week of educational workshops culminating in this moving musical theater performance.  They will bring their mission to uplift, empower, and connect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer youth, for a week of outreach. They will lead workshops in city and county government offices, schools, and other non-profits, developing community resources and connections. The week culminates in a Main Stage performance - equal parts wit, whimsy, empowerment and inspiration. Click here to learn more about the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus

TIME: 7:30 PM

LOCATION: Eccles Center: 1750 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060

COST: Reserved: $29, General: $29

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Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy and Family
Saturday February 16

Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy have turned raising a family into an award-winning art form—literally bringing up their six children to live and perform in an infusion of Celtic music and dance. The award-winning musicians have earned numerous awards—including Grammy Awards and Canada’s Juno and East Coast Music awards—for their brand of high-energy fiddling, dancing and singing. Along with their lads and lasses, MacMaster and Leahy are on a musical mission to continue Celtic arts traditions, around the globe. If you’re not Irish when you take your seat, we cannot guarantee you won’t be by the final curtain call. Click here to learn more about Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy and family

TIME: 7:30 PM

LOCATION: Eccles Center: 1750 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060

COST: Reserved: $29, General: $29

 
 

2019 Main Stage

The 2018-19 Season continues the Institute’s mission to entertain, educate and illuminate with a lineup of world-renowned dance companies, musicians, authors, thinkers, adventurers and leaders—both legendary and emerging.

 
 
 
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Many ways to support.

The nonprofit Park City Institute is as grateful to those who enjoy our programming as we are to those who underwrite it. Learn about the different ways to support current programs whether as patron, volunteer, member or sponsor.

 
 
 
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20th Anniversary Season Highlights

 
 

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Launched its 2017 20th Anniversary Main Stage Season at the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Center. For two decades, legendary performers and emerging artists have shared their stories—and themselves—with our community. We brought you more phenomenal performances, engaging speakers, and music that had you dancing at your seats.

Robert Cray, Lyle Lovett & Robert Earl Keen, Rhiannon Giddens, Pink Martini. Dance illusionist company, Momix, anti-bullying activist Monica Lewinsky, author Anne Lamott, ACLU Executive Director Anthony Romero, and hyphenates like: Physics-obsessed- rockers Ok Go, author- singer-songwriter Dar Williams, NPR host-and- culture-playwright Bob Garfield, and so much more. Click here to watch on YouTube

 
 

Put stars in your holiday this season
by donating to the Park City Institute.

 
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