The correct date of this interpreted play is Saturday, October 7 – matinee 2:30 PM.

A Tale of Two Cities Brings Mystery, Love, and Intriuge to
CenterPoint Theatre’s Stage

ASL Performance Saturday Sept 30th Matinee 2:30PM
CenterPoint Legacy Theatre – 525 N 400 W, Centerville, UT
Tickets – $19.50-$25.50, Free Parking
Certified Interpreter
Ticket requests need to be made 48 hours in advance to insure interpreters.
Contact the Box Office for available seating. 801.298.1302

Centerville, UT – It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. The French Revolution took its toll on the aristocracy and the peasantry alike. Throughout the streets of England, the beginnings of a mysterious tale are about to unfold. CenterPoint Legacy Theatre proudly presents this celebrated work of English literature by the esteemed Charles Dickens.

Dr. Mannette’s release from prison is just as mysterious as his imprisonment in the first place. Reunited with his daughter Lucie, the Mannette family is sure that they will live out a peaceful life. Fate has other plans for them. Told through hauntingly beautiful music A Tale of Two Cities glimpses into the lives of some of the men and women entangled by the revolution.

Directed by Scott Montgomery, Musically Directed by Marcie Jacobson, Choreographed by Marilyn Montgomery and played by 2 entertaining casts, this production of “A Tale of Two Cities” is a chilling, yet exquisite piece of historical fiction that will immerse audiences into this fascinating world.

“A Tale of Two Cities” runs September 29 – October 28 with shows running Monday through Saturday – at 7:00 pm, with Matinees on Saturdays.

Step into this breathtaking story with CenterPoint Legacy Theatre. Reserve your tickets by calling the box office at 801-298-1302 or go online to cptutah.org.

A Tale of Two Cities is sponsored by a generous donation by Zions Bank and Mothers Without Borders

Content Advisory
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity,..” This quote from Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities epitomizes the extremes addressed in his works. A Tale of Two Cities depicts the best and the worse parts of humanity. The material is deep and poignant. Children under twelve may not be ready for these deeper issues. Parental guidance is advised.

Contact: Amy R. Gapinski Phone: 801-298-1302 O Email: amyg@CPTUtah.org