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by Fred Krupp
Krupp serves as president of Environmental Defense, a national non profit organization that links science, economics, law and innovative private–sector partnerships to create breakthroughs. Krupp’s expertise led him to pen a book that not only warns about impending effects of global warming, but also inspires a new edict for eliciting change and relating the ideas and innovations of some of the nation’s most brilliant minds. The result is a new call to arms: We can solve global warming and in doing so, we will build the new industries, jobs, and fortunes of the twenty-first century.
by Maureen Dowd
Maureen Dowd returns to Sundance in this political year to share her insights and commentary on this historical election. Dowd’s wit and wisdom offers an entertaining look at the election. It’s this kind of wit that has kept Dowd’s readers enthralled with her New York Times column and now subsequent books, which include Are Men Necessary? When the Sexes Collide and Bushworld, Enter at Your Own Risk.
Dowd became an Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times in 1995, after serving in the Times’ Washington bureau since 1986. Dowd has covered four presidential campaigns and served as White House correspondent. She wrote the column “On Washington” for The New York Times Magazine. Before joining the Times as a metropolitan reporter in 1983, Dowd worked at the Washington Star and Times.
by Christopher Hitchens
Christopher Hitchens, the noted British-American author, journalist and literary critic, has been a columnist at Vanity Fair, The Atlantic, The Nation, Slate, and a variety of other publications. Hitchens is also an outspoken atheist and antitheist. His bestselling book, God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything explores how religion has impacted and influenced the world in a negative way. Writes Booknotes: “Hence, he (Hitchens) believes that religion is manmade, and an ethical life can be lived without its stamp of approval.”
by Joanne Harris
Joanne Harris rediscovers the world of Vianne and Anouk, the beloved mother and daughter of the enchanting, Chocolat, and takes us along for their next journey. The author notes that this book is not a sequel, and she was not exactly planning to revisit the characters.
“Besides, I had other books to write, other characters clamoring for my attention. There might one day be something else about Vianne Rocher and her daughter Anouk, but I had a feeling they weren’t in Lansquenet any more, and I had no idea of where else to start looking for them. As far as I knew, Vianne was gone, and until I found out where she was, then any chance of a follow-up (still less a sequel) was most definitely out,” comments the author.
It was the Harris’s daughter, Anouchka, who was also the prototype for Anouk, who inspired the author to rediscover the world of Vianne and Anouk. The result is a charming confection just as delightful as its predecessor.
by Madeleine Albright
Sundance Resort looks forward to welcoming back the esteemed Madeleine Albright to discuss her latest book, Memo to the President Elect: How We Can Restore America’s Reputation and Leadership.
Dr. Albright, who was the first woman to be named Secretary of State, draws upon her considerable knowledge of foreign policy to discuss the next American president’s “daunting task repairing America’s core relationships and tarnished credibility after the damage caused during the past seven years.
In Memo to the President Elect, former Secretary of State and bestselling author Madeleine Albright offers provocative ideas about how to confront the striking array of challenges that the next commander-in-chief will face and how to return America to its rightful role as a source of inspiration across the globe,” writes Amazon Books.
by John Grogan
John Grogran was an award winning journalist when he wrote the ode to what he calls “the world’s worst dog.” This memoir quickly became a number one bestseller, as Grogan chronicles how Marley goes from a trouble maker of a yellow lab to the heart of a loving family. Grogan will discuss Marley, life and love.
by Jay Parini
Co-founder of the New England Review, noted American writer and academic Jay Parini shares his insights into the books that have had the greatest influence on America. Parini is a regular contributor of various journals and newspapers, including The Chronicle of Higher Education and The Guardian.
In 1976, he co-founded New England Review with Sydney Lea. In 2005, he was appointed literary executor for author Gore Vidal.
The Sundance Summer Theatre presents the renowned musical, Fiddler On The Roof in partnership with Utah Valley University at the outdoor ampitheatre at Sundance Mountain Resort.
Fiddler on the Roof, set in Tsarist Russia in 1905 tells the story of Tevye, a poor milkman. Tevye, a hard working man, does not have money for his daughter's dowries so he must depend on the village matchmaker to find husbands for his daughters, while growing anti-Semitic sentiment threatens his village.
Each year the success of the Sundance Summer Theatre has grown since its return to Sundance in 2008. The last two years productions of The Sound of Music and 7 Brides for 7 Brothers have sold out every performance. This year promises to be just as big with yet another musical with a beautiful setting that lends itself perfectly to the Outdoor Summer Theatre. We are happy to continue our partnership with Utah Valley University to bring this production to the Sundance Summer Theatre for what promises to be another great year.
Fiddler on the Roof
The production will appear against the backdrop of Mt. Timpanogos, beginning on July 24 and ending with a final performance on August 16th; performances will be held each Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8:00pm over these dates.
Box Office Hours
*The summer box office opens in June
Monday - Saturday
10am - 5pm
Group tickets go on sale beginning March 3
Individual tickets to the public go on sale beginning April 1
General Admission $21
Section 1 $26
Section 2 $26
Section 3 $26
Prime Bench Seating
Assigned Seating $30
All sales are final and tickets are non-refundable.
All bench seating is assigned, lawn seating is general admission.
Food at the Amphitheatre
We are proud to invite our guests to a special BBQ dinner before each performance. The Dinner begins at 6:30 and is right next to the amphitheatre to allow patrons quick access to the performance following their meal. The price of the BBQ is $16/person. Concessions are also available at the amphitheatre for purchase. Outside food or drink is not permitted inside the amphitheatre or around the grass surrounding the amphitheatre.
Groups of 20 people or more can purchase tickets for $18 per person for lawn seats, $23 for bench seating and $27 for prime bench seating.
Group tickets are only available to be purchased over the phone. Please call toll free 866.734.4428 between the hours of 10:00am - 5:00pm Monday through Friday.
Wheel Chair Seating
There are 6 spots in the amphitheatre reserved guests with wheel chairs. Wheel shair seats must be purchased over the phone by calling 866.734.4428
Rain Out Policy
All events are rain or shine. Please plan accordingly
Please Read Before Purchasing Tickets
There are 5 separate seating options
Section 2 Prime (outlined in red)
General Admission Lawn
Please click on the section in which you would like to purchase tickets. If that section is sold out you will see a message asking you to select another seating section. To purchase lawn tickets please click on the Green Section. If you are having trouble placing your order, please contact the Sundance Box Office at 801.223.4567
Group tickets go on sale beginning March 3 and can be purchased by calling 866.734.4428
Individual tickets to the public go on sale beginning April 1 and can be purchased below.
Sundance Summer Theate
Fiddler on the Roof