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We attended the production of "Oliver" and thoroughly enjoyed the performance! Theater manager, Randy Barton, was outstanding in the role of Fagin. But as much as Randy's stage performance deserves applause, his tireless efforts to promote and sustain this historic theater deserve a standing ovation....More
It was a terrific show. The Fagen, Nancy & Bill characters provided outstanding performances. I thought Oliver was a little weak but still came through with a credible performance. YES - our own Randy Barton was the show stopper!!! Contratulations to Randy and the Egyptian...More
Great show. Cozy seating for a great view from every corner. Oliver had some great actors and a well executed opening night. I have also been for concerts and the sound is excellent. Right on main st, easy t pair with a meal and then...More
As always, a great show and great experience at the Egyptian Theater! Our parking experience this time, however, was not great. Each kiosk we tried to pay at did not accept cash and we were led on a 30 minute wild goose chase (by the...More
Seeing The Who's Tommy in a smal regional theatre setting was quite fun. The actors were surprisingly good, the band was excellent and all of the staff were friendly and helpful! We will definitely come to another show when we are next visiting Park City
Loved it. Great music and great singers. Everyone should definitely see this if you like the Who. Theater is perfect size and very comfortable.
Randy gave a great opening introduction. He is a real treasure.
We checked out Tommy last night for opening night. Actors seemed to be a lot of BFA/musical theater majors from Utah and the quality was on par for that. A few sound issues (band louder than speaking at times, a couple missed mic cues) but...More
My guess is for the theater having about 20 rows, with an average of 20 seats per row, suggesting about 400 seats. Anyway, we've been there for many performances and never had a bad seat in this smallish facility.