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West Jordan Theater Arts performed quality live theatre at the Sugar Factory Playhouse from June 2004 until the theater was condemned and ultimately demolished in 2010. Although the playhouse is gone, the organization still produces four shows annually at different locations in West Jordan and Midvale. In Spring 2012, the Salt Lake County Library in West Jordan is scheduled to open. This new facility will have an auditorium and an amphiteater. Working in conjuction with Salt Lake County and with West Jordan City, the same people who brought you wonderful productions at the Sugar Factory Playhouse plan on bringing you quality shows at the new library starting in 2012. Meanwhile, watch this website for dates and locations of our upcoming productions and events.

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All roles require impeccable comedic timing and great physicality. These are high-energy, physical roles, and the ability to do multiple accents (British, Scottish, German, etc.) is a giant plus. Although there are four actors, all actors (except the actor playing Richard) will play multiple roles.

Richard Hannay – Early to mid-30s. Handsome with a pencil mustache. Refined British accent. Suave without being stuffy. A bit of a ladies’ man, but very likable.
Annabella Schmidt/Pamela/Margaret – Mid-20s to early-30s. Beautiful and elegant. Excellent British (not Cockney) and German accents. Can put on a bit of sass while still being likable.
Clown 1 – Mid-20s to late-30s. Multiple British accents as well as Scottish, Irish, German, etc. Plays multiple roles ranging in age from 30s to 70s+. Not an actual clown. Very physical comedy. Lots of energy and movement. Switches roles very quickly, somewhat akin to Genie in “Aladdin.”
Clown 2 - Same as Clown 1.



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Sugar Factory Playhouse and West Jordan Theater Arts present Andrew Lloyd Webber’s and Tim Rice’s wildly popular Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat June 17-20, 22, 25-27 at 7:30 at Copper Hills High School (5445 New Bingham Hwy). Doors open at 7:00 p.m.

Tickets are $8 for general admission and $5 for children (12 and under), seniors (60 and over), groups of 10 or more, and students (with ID). Tickets will be available at the door and in advance at Macey’s Food & Drug in West Jordan. Follow us on Facebook for ticket giveaways!



For more information on upcoming Youth Theatre auditions and shows visit: http://www.wjyouththeatre.com.