ICYMI live, ROSE EXPOSED: WE JUST DON'T KNOW is now available to view in its entirety online at the Vimeo link above. Feel free to watch at your leisure, as many times as you like. If you would like to make a donation, there is a link in the video description and at the very end of the video. Enjoy!

ROSE EXPOSED is back, in person!, with an hour-long evening of new short works from Gina Bachauer International Piano Foundation, Plan-B Theatre, PYGmalion Theatre Company, Repertory Dance Theatre, Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, and SB Dance.

The theme? We just don't know. No, really, that's the theme. And our state of being. And we're guessing yours too. So let's navigate it together. You bring you, we'll bring the art and the laughs.

Masks required.

Socially-distance seating.

All patrons over the age of 12 must show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken between August 21-28 to be admitted (a photo on a smartphone is acceptable).

Children under 12 admitted. This performance features ASL interpretation.

And...you'll be the very first patrons seated in the new seats in the Jeanne Wagner Theatre!

Every artist working on this event in any capacity is fully vaccinated and will be tested prior to the performance.

Read more about ROSE EXPOSED: WE JUST DON'T KNOW in Catalyst Magazine.

Read the playbill by clicking or scanning the QR code below.




Performing Arts Coalition (PAC) was created in 1989 to garner the public and private support necessary to create a small performing arts center that would serve as a true community facility.

The result, the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, is a tribute to public-private partnership, a home for artists, and a community gathering place that nurtures artists and audiences of all ages.

The current PAC board is comprised of the six resident companies of The Rose, in service to the diverse voices that make The Rose the busiest of the Salt Lake County Arts & Culture facilities.

In 2012, PAC created ROSE EXPOSED, an annual collaborative event staged by the six resident companies to expose the public to the facility.

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