Gay Agenda

Tony’s Gay Agenda


September is brooding in mysticism, satanism, crystal balls, black eyeliner, alien autopsies, quidditch, moonwalking, Murder, She Wrote … ummm, I may have added one too many eye of newt to my cauldron of booze. Anyhoo, the following are full of music, dancing, vampires, zombies, chainsaws, garden shears, Shirley Maclaine … definitely too many eye of newt.

11Friday — Dark Arts Festival

Area 51, 451 S. 400 West, through Sunday, times vary. Three-day pass $30,

25Friday — Thriller

Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main St., Park City, through Oct. 11, times vary. Tickets $23-35,



Aptly named, Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company opens with “Fall Season,” an exhibition of choreography by three “kinetically charged” choreographers: Daniel Charon, Adam Barruch and Doug Varone. The show is a mixed bag of intensity, solitude, sensory overload and physical fluidity.

17Thursday — Fall Season

Jeanne Wagner Theatre, Rose Wagner Center, 138 W. 300 South, through Saturday, 7:30pm. Tickets $17.50-30,



Like their predecessor, Howard Jones, who was a pioneer in new wave and synthpop music in the 1980s, LDS heartthrob Brandon Flowers and the Aquabats bring their own styles of the genres — although the Aquabats add comedic antics and costumery … Holy Toledo, Batman! Among the grunge and punk rock music are the fabulous Babes in Toyland and The Home Team. Last but not least is country girl-turned-chic, Taylor Swift … shake it off gurl, there’s no shame in making your own clothes!

1Tuesday — Babes in Toyland

Urban Lounge, 241 S. 500 East, 8pm. Tickets $22,

2Wednesday — The Home Team

The Loading Dock, 445 S. 400 West, 6:30pm. Tickets $10,

4Friday — Howard Jones: The Songs, The Piano & The Stories

Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main St., Park City, through Sep. 6, times vary. Tickets $39-65,

— Taylor Swift

Energy Solutions Arena, 301 S. Temple, 7:30pm. Tickets $36.50-136.50,

26Saturday — Aquabats

The Depot, 400 S. Temple, 7pm. Tickets 21+: $20 Adv/$25 Day Of. Under 21: $22 Adv/$27 Day Of,

28Monday — Brandon Flowers

The Depot, 400 S. Temple, 8:30pm. Tickets $35,



Premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, Grandma is a comedy drama coming-of-age story of sorts starring the iconic comedian Lily Tomlin. The film also stars Laverne Cox, Marcia Gay Harden and Judy Greer. What an amazing cast of groundbreaking and talented actresses!
25Friday — Grandma

Broadway Centre Cinemas, 111 E. Broadway, times vary. Tickets $6.75-9.25,



Utah’s Pioneer Theatre Company and Broadway Across America stage classic musicals this September that are set during social and economic turmoil in different parts of the world. Fiddler on the Roof delves into Jewish beliefs and traditions in Imperial Russia; and, 42nd Street takes a lighthearted look at the unwavering American dream of success and stardom during the Great Depression.

18Friday — Fiddler on the Roof

Pioneer Theatre, 300 S. 1400 East, UofU, through Oct. 3, times vary. Tickets $40-62,


22Tuesday — 42nd Street

Capitol Theatre, 50 W. 200 South, through Sep. 27, times vary. Ticket prices TBA,

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