Noises Off

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Designed by McKenzie Stanworth

Designed by McKenzie Stanworth

The Midvale Arts Council will present Noises Off, by Michael Frayn on February 27-28 & March 2-7, 2015. Shows begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Midvale Performing Arts Center (MPAC) 695 West Center Street (7720 South) in Midvale, Utah. Ticket prices are $7 for general admission, $5 for seniors and children, family passes are available for $25 (one household.) Group discounts are available by contacting Producer, Stephanie Johnson.

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**Please note there are scenes where actors are wearing tasteful lingerie and boxers, and some adult language will be used throughout the show. Please use parental judgment, if concerned about content.

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Midvale Arts works hard to make sure that every experience with them is a positive one. Their staff is friendly and dedicated, their facilities are clean and well cared for, and their productions are a lot of fun. As a performer and a patron, I know that they value me and the time, effort, and money I share with them. It has been a privilege to be a part of their unique community, and I hope to have another opportunity soon!


I have been involved with the Midvale Arts for many years. From being on the stage, behind the scenes and in the audience. Every show has been entertaining, fun and uplifting. I never have to worry if the shows being presented are appropriate or not for me or my family to see. I also enjoy that each show presents new talent. I feel that the Midvale Arts gives many opportunities for everyone to shine.


Midvale is such a fun theater. My favorite part is that they are not playing favorites and ask that anyone who expresses interest in a roll be given a fair shot. Their fee is nominal, which makes it so affordable to make a night of it in this day and age (where everything costs a pretty penny.) I love the dedication of their “employees” who are usually citizens of Midvale – happy to serve and help entertain the public. You couldn’t ask for a more dedicated crew. The arts are represented in such a fashion that you want to come play and be entertained. I love having this in my backyard. I couldn’t be more proud of a community.