Don’t miss watching the fun video. Jesse’s excitement is kind of contagious.
“33 Variations" abounds with music, genius, and obsession. So it’s not hard to see why Jesse Peery - our Board Chair and the Director of "33 Variations" - loves this play. Watch the video and he’ll tell you why!
This is that play. You know, the one you wait for; the one you hope will not only make you think, but move you the moment the lights dim in the theatre. Everyone who supports Utah theatre wants that experience. This is your chance to make it happen.
33 VARIATIONS is an elegant waltz between past and present, fact and speculation, a mother and daughter, and art and life.
Meet Johnny Hebda. Johnny plays the role of CB and is an award winning actor and director. He has acted in or directed more than 75 productions since a young child on both stage and screen. He received a BFA in Music Dance Theatre from BYU, and both an AA and AS in Musical Theatre and Acting from the Florida School of the Arts Acting Conservatory. Currently he is completing a Master’s Degree in Directing from Roosevelt University. He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the founder and artistic director of the Utah Repertory Theater Company.
Artwork: James Rhodimer/Brash Studios
*Dog Sees God has not in any way been authorized or endorsed by the Charles Schultz estate.
Meet Bryce Kamryn! Bryce plays the role of BEETHOVEN and is thrilled to be part of this production, his first with Silver Summit Theater Company.
Bryce has been so much fun to work with and as one of the younger actors in our cast, it has been a delight to watch him grow in this character and through this process. We have many little inside jokes in our cast and crew. One that came far too late in the process is the one for whenever Bryce, who works as a substitute postal carrier, follows through with specific direction, Michele will say “That kid delivers.”
Photographic artwork by James Rhodimer/Brash Studios
DOG SEES GOD has not been approved or authorized by the Charles Schultz Estate in any way.
Meet Frank Castro! Frank plays the role of MATT (aka Pigpen). He has been performing professionally and locally for over thirteen years. He is proud to call Utah his home after moving here seven years ago.
Frank is SSTC’s LGBTQ youth ambassador and will participate on the panel for the discussion hosted by The Utah Pride Center on June 23rd. He is a very vocal and outspoken member of the Utah Q community, not to mention one handsome and talented devil! We couldn’t be more excited to be working with him. He is the consummate comedian and provides buckets full of comic relief during rehearsals.
Artwork by James Rhodimer/Brash Studios.
*A portion of proceeds goes to benefit The Utah Pride Center
It’s that time- the Utah Pride Festival is upon us! Look for our volunteers at the Pride Festival this weekend and be sure to say “hi”! We’ll be the cool kids in the yellow shirts. We’re so excited to be a part of this amazing annual event!!! #UtahPride
Meet ALI LENTE! Ali plays the role of TRICIA and is proud to be making her debut with Silver Summit Theatre Company in this powerful, relevant production.
Working with Ali has been a true pleasure. The thing is, she is about as versatile as actresses come (no, really- you can have her read any part and she will sell it to you, lock, stock and barrel) and although she plays a self-centered, shallow, mean girl in DOG SEES GOD, the real Ali, is an incredibly genuine, funny, kind-hearted woman with a good soul. She is good people, and TERRIFIC talent.
Meet AIDAN REES. Aidan plays the role of MARCY. This is her first time playing with Silver Summit Theatre Co. and she told us she is so excited to be a part of living our mission through producing thought-provoking shows.
When we saw Aidan at auditions, it was immediately apparent that this young actress could hold her own and would bring a unique energy and realism to the role of MARCY. Such promise. Promise, that she has delivered on, which you will want to see for yourself. We don’t want to spoil anything for you, but let’s just say she’s really “rapped” up in her role.