Logan’s Utah Theatre Preparing to Reopen

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LOGAN, Utah (ABC4 Utah) After nine years and $11 million in renovations a cultural icon in Cache County is finally ready to reopen. 
 
The Utah Theatre in Logan shut down in 2007 when those renovations began. At the time, the iconic movie house had become run down. Now it’s a 350-seat state of the art facility that will be used for theatrical and musical productions as well as classic movies. 
 
The renovation includes:
  • A fully expand stage
  • New lighting and sound systems
  • An orchestra pit
  • Seismic upgrades to protect in the event of an earthquake
  • The pride and joy of theatre, a Mighty Wurlitzer organ. 
 
The massive organ will provide the rare opportunity for classic silent movies to be screened with live organ accompaniment. 
 
The first show at the newly reopened theatre will be the musical version of Peter Pan. It’s scheduled to start June 24 and tickets are already on sale. 
 
The reopening of “The Utah” is one part of revitalization effort in downtown Logan. It not only will impact the economy of the area, but will also be used to offer education programs for underserved populations.

For more information visit www.utahfestival.org.

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