The fall season opens Saturday at the newly-remodeled and renovated Utah Theatre and Operations Manager Gary Griffin says it promises to be a lot of fun.
He says the Utah Theatre will be the home of classic movies starting with the <em>Sound of Music</em> sing-along on Saturday.
“The words to the songs will appear on the screen,” Griffin explains. “People can sing along with Julie Andrews to that wonderful classic. We’ll have showings at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday.
“We’ll be open with movies every night Tuesday through Saturday night. Next week we’re going to show the classic film <em>Charade</em> starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn.”
There will be other sing-along movies, including <em>Grease</em> and <em>Mamma Mia</em>. Griffin says during the month of October classic horror shows such as <em>The Night of the Living Dead</em>, <em>Frankenstein</em> and <em>Dracula</em> will be shown at the Utah Theatre, which is part of the Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre Company.