Into the Woods – The Sondheim – Lapine Musical
June 25 – 26 – 28 – 29 – 30 and July 2 – 3 – 5 – 6 – 7, 2018
Pony Expresso… or The Villain Came to a Grinding Halt – A Melodrama
June 27 and July 4, 2018
How can I get tickets?
Our next Outlaw Trail Theater musical production will be Into the Woods, opening on June 25, 2018, and running through Saturday, July 7, 2018. We will also be presenting another fun melodrama… Pony Expresso or The Villain Came to a Grinding Halt. It will be showing on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights during the Uintah County Fair (June 6,7 & 8) and then again on Wednesday nights during the run of Into the Woods (June 27th and July 4th).
Tickets will go on sale in the spring of 2018. Please check back! Check out our Facebook page here.
Adults are age 12 and up. Children are ages 3 to 11. Any child who takes a seat must have a ticket. Those, under 3, who sit on a lap and do not take up a seat are not required to have a ticket.
Tickets are available to purchase and print right from the convenience of your own computer/printer through our secure online ticketing system, operated by Vendini. After you print out tickets from your printer, just head right to the gate/door at the event… no waiting in line at the box office.
Mobile delivery of your tickets is also available… the tickets are downloaded to your Smart Phone or other smart device and you just show it at the door. You don’t have to keep track of physical pieces of paper.
Note: When purchasing tickets online… please double (and triple) check the date you are buying tickets for before completing the transaction.
Tickets are available locally (in Vernal) at the Uintah County Heritage Museum, 155 East Main Street.
At the Event:
Tickets are nearly always available at the door/gate prior to the event approximately 1/2 to 1 hour before show time.
Specific ticketing questions or problems may be addressed at our toll-free phone: 888-240-2080
Showtime is 8:00 PM
Legal stuff: There are no cash refunds. Unused tickets may be exchanged for another show with 24 hours notice. In the case of a (rarely) canceled show, a “RAINCHECK” ticket will be issued to ticket holders which may be used for any other show… in any year. In thirty years of outdoor theater, only seven(7) performances have been “canceled” or “called” due to inclement weather. Our high-desert-plateau weather can change quickly but showers soon pass and everything dries, leaving the cool air fresh and clean. Temperatures in our mountain valley can fluctuate rapidly and jackets and/or blankets are always appropriate.
Cast and/or Crew Members: For information about tickets for cast or crew, click here.