Wasatch Theatrical Ventures’ (WTV) was established to produce great American plays, at the highest artistic level, in the intimacy of small theatre; and to do so at affordable ticket prices – so that great American theatre is not reserved for “elites” willing to spend hundreds of dollars for first-class productions.
In the playhouses WTV chooses every seat is a “premium” seat. The short space between actors and audience creates a unique theatre experience. This dynamic cannot be produced, at any price, in large halls or amphitheatres.
WTV’s selection of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons -- one of America’s greatest plays, written by one of America’s greatest playwrights – exemplifies the Company’s mission.
Fueled by a passion for American theatre, WTV is willing to incur the expense and financial risk of bringing acknowledged theatrical masterpieces, written by the best American playwrights, to the small stage, at small theatre prices, with “great stage” production values – from the sets to the sound, the lighting to the costumes, the accomplished actors to the professional directors.
To borrow a phrase from the “father” of all playwrights: at WTV, “the play’s the thing.”
As written and originally produced. No adaptations, editing, or corner-cutting of these timeless explorations of American life.
The Chairman of WTV’s Honorary Board is the prize-winning American playwright David Feldshuh (Miss Ever’s Boys), Director Emeritus of Cornell Univeristy's Department of Theatre Arts.
Wasatch Theatrical Ventures Inc. Is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.
Contributions to WTVI are tax deductible.