“Cinderella” – Summer 2019

Cinderella is a kind young orphan girl raised by a cruel stepmother who has two very spoiled daughters. When Cinderella meets the prince, it is love at first sight and with the help of her Fairy Godmother, Cinderella goes to the ball in a beautiful ball gown. The prince is smitten and Cinderella marries the prince and lives happily ever after in the palace.

“Oliver” – Winter 2018

Oliver Twist, a poor orphaned child who escaped from the orphanage, was befriended by Dodger who took him to Fagin, the leader of a gang of pickpockets who taught Oliver the survival skills of the street. Quite by chance, Oliver’s grandfather discovered him, saved him from Fagin and Bill Sikes and took him into his life, giving Oliver what he always wanted, love and a home.

“Willy Wonka” – Summer 2018

This classic show by Roald Dahl featured bratty parents and their selfish kids, each wanting to tour Willy Wonka’s factory.  Willy wasn’t fooled by spoiled kids and chose Charlie Bucket, a poor kid from the “other side of the tracks”, as the heir apparent to his wondrous candy factory.

“My Fair Lady” – Winter 2017

Pompous Professor Henry Higgins is so sure of his abilities that he takes it upon himself to transform a Cockney working-class girl into someone who can pass for a cultured member of high society. his subject, Miss Eliza Doolittle, ultimately teaches him a thing or two about life and love.


“Annie Get Your Gun” – Summer 2017

“Annie Get Your Gun” is the story of Annie Oakley, a sharpshooter who stars in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show and her romance with sharpshooter Frank E. Butler, who she married in real life. They lived together 50 years. A true love story, Frank died 18 days after Annie.passed away!


“Annie” – Winter 2016

Little Orphan Annie is taken into Billionaire Daddy Warbucks’ mansion for a short Christmas visit and ends up with a permanent home in spite of the antics of Miss Hannigan , Rooster, and Lily St. Regis.



“Wizard of Oz” – Summer 2016

Dorothy has a marvelous adventure following the Yellow Brick Road in the wondrous land of Oz.


Beauty and the Beast– December 2015.

Step into the enchanted world of Broadway’s modern classic, Disney’s Beauty And the Beast, an international sensation that has played to over 35 million people worldwide. The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped in a spell.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat – July 2015


One of the most enduring shows of all time, Tim Rice & Andrew Lloyd Webber’s JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT is the irresistible family musical about the trials and triumphs of Joseph, Israel’s favorite son. High Valley Arts’ audiences loved the show. It sold out nearly every night!

Oklahoma– July 2014.

Set in Western Indian territory just after the turn of the century, this high-spirited rivalry between local farmers and cowboys provides the background for cowboy Curly and farm girl Laurey who are in love with each other but refuse to admit it. Mix in flirty Ado Annie who is currently infatuated with Ali Hakim who fears marriage and tries to pawn Ado off on Will who truly loves her and the scene is set for wonderful music, great dancing, and terrific summer entertainment.

A Christmas Carol – December 2013.

Ebenezer Scrooge turned from a grumpy, miserable miser into a really nice guy before this 2013 Christmas Carol production ended and audiences fell in love with Durham McCotter, the cute little 6-year-old who played Tiny Tim. Several cast members repeated their roles, including Stuart Waldrip as Scrooge, Lhomond Jones as Marley, and Terri Caldwell as Mrs. Scrooge who played their roles for the fourth time. Steve Stoddard as Christmas Present and Randy Birch as The Beadle joined the cast for the third time, and Tristen Caldwell played The Ghost of Christmas Present for the second time. The show was a wonderful way to bring the joy of the Christmas Spirit into the season.

The Music Man – July 2013.

High Valley Arts’ presented this well-loved musical in our beautiful outdoor summer theater.  Audiences loved Dave McMaster as Harold Hill and Mary Eckersley as Marian. Harold moved with such finesse and fluidity from one scam to another that the audience was awed and even Marian finally capitulated to his charms! The dancing wowed the audience and everyone fell in love with Marian, the Librarian, including Harold!

Fiddler on the Roof  – July 2012

The show, starring Doug Osmond, was a sellout: people loved sitting on grass, enjoying the warm Midway summer evening, and watching Doug and the cast infuse life into the story of Anatevka. The Deseret News reviewed the show, giving high marks to Doug for his heartwarming rendition of Tevye and to the cast for their excellent performances.

Thoroughly Modern Millie – December 2011

With Ellie Gallagher as Millie and Mike Malmrose as Jimmy, the cast danced and sang their way through this  cleverly-written Tony-Award winning stage adaptation of the 1967 movie.

Annie – December 2010

Over 90 little girls auditioned for this musical. Annie (Amanda Malmrose) terrorized Mrs. Hannigan (Trish Bowen) and finally found a home with Daddy Warbucks (Steve Stoddard). The show was a Christmas sellout.

The Sound of Music – July 2010

This show was a crowd favorite. Bonnie Hardman played Maria and Todd Bay the Captain and she, along with the VonTrapp kids, danced and sang their way into everyone’s hearts.