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Sally Dietlein has been with the Hale Centre Theatre since it began in 1985.
Production Name: The Pirate Queen Producing Organization: Hale Centre Theatre, Utah Author: Claude-Michel Schonberg and Alain Boublil Director: David Tinney Scenic Designer: Kacey Udy Costume Designer: Tamara Baker Costumes for Queen Elizabeth Designed by Martin Pakledinaz Lighting Designer: Adam Flitton Properties Designer: Michelle Jensen Hair & Make-Up Designer: Trisha Ison Sound Designer Shane Steel and Dan Morgan KACEY UDY is the production designer and resident scenic designer at Hale Centre Theatre, one of the highest-attended arts organizations in the country.
"We have a huge population of attendees that stick to safe, traditional offerings by companies like the Hale Centre Theatre," Pruyn explains.
MACU, for example, worked with developer, Gardner Company and co-tenant, Hale Centre Theatre to build a shared parking structure.
Hale Centre Theatre has 28,000 season ticket holders, trailing in number only behind BYU and University of Utah football season ticket holders.
Just as the advent of the Eccles Theater paved the way for the development and economic growth surrounding Regent Street, Sandy City is seeing a significant impact from the new Hale Centre Theatre. Making the move from its former location in West Valley City, the theater held its grand opening in the Mountain America Performing Arts Centre in November 2017.
"So the opportunity to bring the Hale Centre Theatre was part of an overall master plan that included office development, job creation, housing, retail, and transportation alternatives."
The stage the company created for the Hale Centre Theatre is currently one of the most technologically advanced stages in the world, with 120 motors and weighing 80 tons.
The Hale Centre Theatre in Sandy is expected to finish in late fall of this year.
In addition, the HALE CENTRE THEATRE, which announced in 2013 it would be moving to Sandy by 2017, is working on a groundbreaking date.
Hale Centre Theatre (HCT) has a goal to give back to the community and throughout the years has, among other things, raised $30,000 for the Parkinson's Foundation; raised more than $10,000 for Meals on Wheels; gathered 1,000 books and school supplies for Iraqi children; collected 1,000 coats and blankets for the Salvation Army; and raised $17,000 in two weeks for a fellow actor needing a kidney transplant.