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OnStage in Utah

Onstage in UtahUtah Arts & Museums recognizes the important role of Utah’s presenters in linking performing artists with Utah audiences. OnStage in Utah is competitive funding available to presenters to support a public performance as well as a separate community engagement activity.  Funding can be awarded for in-state or out-of-state artists.

Funding Opportunity – Now Open, Deadline June 19, 2014

FY15 applications for funding are now open.  Performance and separate community engagement activity of in-state or out-of-state performing artists must take place between July 2014 and June 2015. Before filling out your application, please review the OnStage in Utah guidelines and budget form.

All applications are accepted through My A&M. Please Note: the grant system works best in Firefox and Google Chrome.


performing artist list of Utah artists who have been booked with OnStage in Utah funds or have received funding to attend a regional performing arts booking conference.

OnStage in Utah 2013 – 2014 Funded Presenters

Date Presenter Performer
 22 August  Western Legends Round Up
 Mama’s Wrangler
 6 September  Friends of Territorial Statehouse State Park & Museum  Trotta & Ronstadt &
Sweet Water Crossing
 7 September  Moab Music Festival  The Pedrito Martinez Group
 11 September  Cache Valley Center for the Arts  Aspen Santa Fe Ballet
 14 September  Zion Canyon Arts and Humanities Council  Classical Greek Theatre Festival “Oedipus the King”
 19 September  Casino Star Theatre Foundation  Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company
 26 September  Duchesne Arts Council  CrossStrung
 5 October  Boulder Heritage Foundation  Eleanor Wilner
 11 October  WSU Cultural Affairs  Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles
 28 October  Park City Performing Arts Foundation  Griffin Theater Company “Letters From Home”
 1 November  Wasatch Western Heritage Inc.  Devon Dawson & the Outlaw
 1 November  Friends of the Moab Folk Festival  Ellis & David Lindley
 14 November  Society for Preservation and Propagation of Eastern Arts  Zarina Kobilova Ensemble
 6 December  Oquirrh Mountain Symphony  Elizabeth Strickland
 23 January  BYU Performing Arts  Leev Theater Group “Hamlet, Prince of Grief”
 27 January  Utah Lyric Opera  Jennifer Welch-Babidge
 31 January  Zion Canyon Arts and Humanities Council  Brad Richter
 February  Brigham City Fine Arts Council  Freddie Spencer and the Spencer Marionettes
 4 February  Orem Public Library     Charles Holt
 13 February  Public Art & Cultural Development Board  Mike Strickland
 20 February  Murray City Cultural Arts  ArtsPower “The Monster Who Ate My Peas”
 21 February  Zion Canyon Arts and Humanities Council  Thomas Pandolfi
 6 March  Kingsbury Hall Center For The Performing Arts  Dance Theater of Harlem
 7 March  Cedar City Music Arts  Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company
 10 March  Blue Mountain Entertainment  Vocaldente
 26 March  Holladay Arts Council  Repertory Dance Theatre
 27 March  Chamber Music Society of Logan  Jasper String Quartet
 30 April  Timpanogos Storytelling Institute  Charlotte Blake Alston
 30 May  Midvale Arts Council  Salzburger Echo



Contact Jason Bowcutt at 801.236.7554