Plan-B Theatre Company


Adam is openly Mormon. Steve is openly gay. Set against the backdrop of the passage of Prop. 8, these childhood friends grapple with religion, sexuality, politics and adulthood.


Eric used to be Erica...and this is the story of when he fell for a woman for the first time.


The story of Ruth and Alex McCormick, an upstanding Mormon couple reeling from the suicide of their gay son. Stuck between their faith and their new reality, they encounter their son's partner, Marcus, for the first time.


A harrowing exploration of the mind of a man driven mad by unfulfilled passions and Beethoven’s music, freely adapted from Leo Tolstoy’s novella.

PLAN-B THEATRE COMPANY (Jerry Rapier, Producing Director; Cheryl Ann Cluff, Managing Director; Featured Playwrights Matthew Ivan Bennett, Matthew Greene and Carol Lynn Pearson), based in Salt Lake City, Utah, has developed and produced unique and socially conscious theatre - with a particular focus on new plays by Utah playwrights - since 1991. As of August 2013, sixty-eight of 96 productions in our history have been world premieres, all but two by Utah playwrights. Plan-B operates under a Letter of Agreement with Actors’ Equity Association, an Independent Producers Agreement with the Stage Directors & Choreographers Society and is an Associate Member of the National New Play Network. Proud recipient, 42 Salt Lake City Weekly Arty Awards, 18 SaltLake Fabby Awards and Organization of the Year Awards from Equality Utah, Human Rights Campaign and Transgender Education Advocates of Utah.