LEARN MORE ABOUT CENTERPOINT LEGACY THEATRE
Who We Are
CenterPoint’s legacy began with the arrival of the first pioneers in the Davis County area and continued through the creation of Ralph Rodger’s Pages Lane Theater founded in 1990 and then the Davis County Performing Arts Corporation in 1996. With the success of the small Rodgers Memorial venue and the support of our Davis County community, a case was made for a regional performing arts center, which resulted in our current home, the Davis Center for the Performing Arts.
We are proud to be a part of our community! Along with our theatrical performance, CenterPoint offers various educational and community outreach programs.
These programs include an CenterPoint Academy for youth, Friend to Friend a special needs program which offers individuals living with various challenges an artistic experience free of charge, Fairytale Festival promoting imagination and storytelling for youth, our Troubadour program offering local elementary students an introduction to theatrical arts within an assembly and our BRAVO! program which provides a unique educational theatre experience for secondary school students in Davis County.
CenterPoint continues to grow dramatically each season in ticket sales and with the generous support from the citizens of the Davis County, Northern Utah, the cities of Centerville and Bountiful, and corporations including Intermountain Healthcare, Mountain America Credit Union, and AlphGraphics of Bountiful. Foundations like the George S. and Delores Dore` Eccles Foundation, Utah Division of Arts and Museums, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Foundation also play an important role in the success of CenterPoint Theatre.
The mission of CenterPoint Legacy Theatre is to provide theatrical experiences that engage, entertain, and enrich the lives of patrons and performers.
CenterPoint Legacy Theatre is committed to elevating, educating and entertaining our community through participation in and enjoyment of the performing arts. We will accomplish this by:
- Providing a safe environment where creative expression may thrive.
- Offering quality entertainment that edifies both artist and audience, alike.
- Educating those who wish to explore, develop and share their artistic potential.
- Creating opportunities for volunteer community service.
- Maintaining community trust through fiscal responsibility and wise management of resources.
- Generating a climate of appreciation for the arts in our community.
- Promoting social interaction with our entire community.
- Our guiding principles continue to be:
Barlow Main Stage performances:
7:30 p.m. Matinee 2:30 p.m.
Leishman Performance Hall performances:
CenterPoint Academy performances:
CenterPoint Academy performance times available through the Box Office.