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ALDER: Alder Amphitheater, located on the Redwood Campus of Salt Lake Community College. May be available for some performances and events later this summer.

BCT: Bountiful Community Theater. A somewhat nomadic troupe. Usually performs in local high schools. (562-3816).BLUFFDALE: Bluffdale Arts Council. Its production of "Joseph/Dreamcoat" will be presented at the Oquirrh Hills Middle School. Call 254-7728 for further information.

BYU: Theater performances in the Pardoe, de Jong and Margetts spaces. Call 378-4322 for information or reservations.

CAMELOT: Site of Hunt Mystery Dinner Theater performances, 930 W. 2000 North, Layton. Phone 773-1336 for reservations.

CASTLE: Castle Amphitheater, Provo, venue for Actors Repertory Theatre Ensemble. The theater is adjacent to the Utah State Hospital.

CLEARFIELD: Bicentennial Amphitheater in Clearfield City Park. Call 774-7270 for information.

CSTC: Center Stage Theatre Company, which will present five plays (four one-acts and one full-length) during the Playwrights' Festival of Salt Lake City, July 11-27 at the Wooden Dog in Trolley Square. Call 328-8889 for details.

DSP: Desert Star Playhouse, 4861 S. State, Murray. Produces professional musical melodramas and family-oriented entertainment. Cabaret style seating with pizza and ice cream service (additional charge). Reservations: 266-7600.

HCT: Hale Centre Theatre, 2801 S. Main, South Salt Lake. Year-round family-oriented theater. All seats reserved. Phone 484-9257.

HCT/O: Hale Center Theater/Orem, 225 W. 400 North, Orem. Phone 226-8600 for reservations.

HELPER: Helper Intermountain Theatre produces show in the Sally Mauro Elementary School, 20 Second Ave. Call 472-5336 for reservations.

HERITAGE: Heritage Theater, 2505 S. Highway 89, Perry (between Brigham City and Ogden). Reservations: 723-8392.

HSP: Hale Summer Playhouse, Grover, located on the Hale family's ranch near Capitol Reef. Call 572-5070 in Salt Lake City or 425-3589 in Grover.

JORDAN: New Jordan High School, 95 E. Beet Digger Blvd. (9880 South). Call 571-4222 or 576-9922 for tickets or information about the new centennial production of "Silhouettes Against the Storm."

KENLEY: Edward A. Kenley Centennial Amphitheater, Layton. A full season of plays and concerts are scheduled this summer. Tickets available at Tom-Tix (Tom Winegar's stores in Layton and Clearfield) or call 546-3524 for further information.

KINGSBURY: Kingsbury Hall, University of Utah campus. Major stage productions this summer include the touring edition of "The Who's `Tommy' " and a local production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."

LIGHTHOUSE: Lighthouse Theatre, located in a free-standing building at the south end of Cottonwood Mall. Call 278-5313 for reservations to Hunt Mystery & Company's Saturday night performances of "More Mystery on the Moors."

MURRAY ARTS: The annual Murray Arts in the Park program, a full slate of concerts and stage events.

OBT: Off Broadway Theatre, 272 S. Main, Salt Lake City. Box office: 355-4628.

OLRC: Old Lyric Repertory Company, Logan, four plays in repertory at the historic Lyric Theatre, 128 W. Center. For a detailed brochure, call (801) 797-0305 or write to: Old Lyric Repertory Company, c/o Theatre Arts Department, USU, Logan, UT 84322-4035.

PAGES LANE: Pages Lane Theatre, 292 E. Pages Lane, Centerville (just west of Dick's Market). Box office: 298-1302.

PCP: Park City Performances, located in the historic Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main St., Park City. Box office: 649-9371.

PICKLEVILLE: Pickleville Playhouse, located in Garden City, overlooking Bear Lake. Traditional "cookout" dinners are also served. Call 946-2918 (Garden City) or 547-9841 (Kaysville) for further information.

PVP: Promised Valley Playhouse, 132 S. State. Box office: 364-5696.

RIVERBOAT: Site of Hunt Mystery Dinner Theater performances, 700 W. 4500 South, Murray. Phone 268-2628 for reservations.

SANDY: Sandy Arts Council; performances on an outdoor stage at 440 E. 8680 South. Call 561-6712 for information.

SCERA: The SCERA Shell Amphitheater in Orem. Box office: 225-2569

SLAC: Salt Lake Acting Company, 168 W. 500 North. Call ArtTix (355-2787) for reservations.

SLCC: The Lab Theatre on the college's South City Campus is playing "The Trojan Women" May 29-June 1. Call 957-3322 for tickets. The Grand Theatre is dark this summer.

SLS: Salt Lake Shakespeare. Now in its second year, this company produces plays in the Babcock Theatre, located on the lower level of Pioneer Memorial Theatre on the University of Utah campus.

STAGERIGHT: StageRight TheaterCompany performs in the Realms of Inquiry Private School, 1140 S. 900 East. Box office: 292-5193.

STAGESTOP: StageStop Theatre Company recently settled into the historic Main Theatre in Smithfield (north of Logan).

TPP: Terrace Plaza Playhouse, 99 E. 4700 South, Ogden (Washington Terrace). Box office: 392-0070.

TLU: Theater League of Utah, which presents national touring productions at the Capitol Theatre and Kingsbury Hall. For information, call 355-5502.

TUACAHN: 2,000-seat amphitheater and performing arts complex located 10 miles northwest of St. George between Ivins and Snow Canyon State Park. Dutch oven dinner and other concessions also available. Call 1-800-746-9882 for reservations. Group and tour discounts are available.

UFOC: Utah Festival Opera Company, Logan. Summer festival of two operas and one Broadway musical in the Ellen Eccles Theatre, 43 S. Main. Information: 752-0026 or 1-800-830-6088.

UMT: Utah Musical Theatre, based in the Val A. Browning Center for the Performing Arts on the Weber State University campus, Ogden. Call 626-8500 for reservations or information.

USF: Utah Shakespearean Festival, now in its 35th season on the Southern Utah University campus in Cedar City. Six main-stage productions in repertory in three theaters, plus an authentic "Royal Feaste" and nightly Greenshow entertainment. Brochures available at most travel information racks throughout the area or call 586-7878 or 1-800-752-9849 for reservations or further information.

USU: Utah State University's Spectrum arena is the site of "The West: America's Odyssey Pageant," part of the annual Festival of the American West.

WEST JORDAN: West Jordan Performing Arts Council. Performs at the West Jordan City Park Bowery, 8000 S. Redwood Road.

WHEELER: Wheeler Historic Farm, 6351 S. 900 East. Call 264-2241 for information.

WOODEN DOG: Multiple-venue entertainment space at Trolley Square (in the center of the complex directly across from the Flick Theatres). The site, formerly a free-standing Cineplex-Odeon fourplex, has been renovated into separate performing arts spaces, including one theater where TheatreWorks West has relocated and another that will provide room for Dance Theatre Coalition's productions. Call 328-8889 for information.