Performing Arts, Park City
Concierge.com's insider take:
Park City isn't just about the film festival—this little town has performance venues that would do any city proud. The 266-seat Egyptian Theatre, a historic 1926 edifice that stages locally produced Broadway shows year-round, is worth a peek for the scarabs and hieroglyphs (328 Main St.; 435-645-0671; www.egyptiantheatrecompany.org). Across town, the 1,300-seat Eccles Center for the Performing Arts books the likes of Bernadette Peters, Wynonna Judd, Momix, and Cyndi Lauper (1750 Kearns Blvd.; 435-655-3114; www.ecclescenter.org). In summer, Deer Valley resort hosts two dozen–plus concerts in its outdoor amphitheater; bring a picnic and a blanket to watch performances of the Utah Symphony, Tony Bennett, and the Park City Jazz Festival.