Teri Orr

On today’s program, outgoing Park City Councilmember Lynn Ware Peek reflects back on her time in office. Solitude Resort Communications Manager Sara Huey talks about the results they've seen by implementing paid parking this winter. Park City Institute Executive Director Teri Orr, newly named Managing Director Ari Ioannides and Board President Jason Owen talk about the on-going leadership changes and the future of the Institute.

On today’s program Wasatch County School District Communications Director John Moss has an update on Tuesday's school board meeting. Jeff Kooring, Associate Director of Ticketing for the Sundance Film Festival and Institute Managing Director Betsy Wallace have an update onto the ticketing options that are available to the public and the status of the new headquarters in the Arts and Culture District.

After over 20 years Park City Institute Director Terri Orr announced that she will be stepping down from her role with the institute.

Orr made the announcement to donors on Wednesday evening. She says she’ll step away from her role as institute director in the spring of this year to give the board a runway to find a replacement.

On the Local News Hour: Summit County Councilmember Roger Armstrong recaps Wednesday's county council meeting; Hideout Town Manager Jan McCosh and Summit County Councilmember Glenn Wright preview the upcoming Project For Deeper Understanding exploring regional growth; and Park City Institute Executive Director Teri Orr has details about Saturday’s event, featuring two of the students involved in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida.

On today’s program, People’s Health Clinic Executive Director Beth Armstrong and Si Hutt, Heber Valley Hospital Administrator have details about the 20th anniversary celebration of the Clinic September 6th and the long term partnership with Intermountain Health Care.

On today’s program, Summit County Council member Chris Robinson has a recap of Wednesday's meeting. Park City Superintendent of Schools Jill Gildea reviews the options being considered as part of the master planning process prior to the April 30th community forum. Author Edward Massey has details about a book signing for his book, Fugitive Sheriff,  that is set here in Summit County and Park City Institute Director Teri Orr announces this summer's lineup and venue location.

On today’s program, State Rep. Tim Quinn (R) gives a brief explanation of his tax reform bill, in anticipation of its committee hearing at noon. Moab Mayor Emily Niehaus and Council Member Karen Guzman-Newton talk about the city's efforts to protect their town's ban on plastic bags. The mayor  also talks about Community Rebuilds, a Moab-based nonprofit building affordable energy-efficient housing through a workforce training program.

Park City Institute

Following the reports of a financial crisis, the directors of the Park City Institute now say that they’re not going away, and the lights at the Eccles Center are staying on.

Teri Orr, the executive director of the Institute, says they’re going to be smarter about how they operate. And they’re going to change—though not radically.

Previously, Orr told us that they needed to raise $250,000 before the end of the year—both to pay performing acts and for ongoing operations.

The good news is they were able to raise most of that amount.

Park City Institute

In a few weeks, the Eccles Center will be busy as the largest screening venue for the Sundance Film Festival.

But there are still three stage shows set for the Park City Institute’s 2018-2019 season.

Orr said that this Saturday, January 5th, they’re featuring an appearance by high-tech pioneer Jaron Lanier.

On today’s program, Park City Institute Teri Orr and Board Member Phyllis Robinson have an update on their quarter million dollar year-end goal to keep the season going through April. Utah Senator Ron Winterton previews his first legislative session. Midway Ice Castles CEO Ryan Davis talks about the opening of this year’s castle and Park City MARC Tennis Coordinator Hannah Shephard has details about the upcoming Tennis Social Night.

On today’s program, Park City Chamber Bureau President and CEO Bill Malone talks about the Christmas Holidays and winter bookings. Park City Institute Director Teri Orr has details on the New Year’s Eve performance at the Eccles Center featuring Sutton Foster and party afterwards as well as an update on the fundraising efforts to raise a quarter of a million dollars by the end of the year.

Eccles Main Stage Ticket Prices Drop To $29.00

Dec 12, 2018
Park City Institute

The Park City Performing Arts Institute has announced an across the board cut in ticket prices dropping all seats to $29-dollars on all but two shows at the George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Center Main Stage season. Dropping ticket prices is part of a strategy to address the financial stress the organization is enduring and intended to keep the doors open for future performances.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Executive Director, Teri Orr said she knows there is the possibility that some regular members who have paid top dollar for their up-front seat, may feel angry.

On today’s program Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson has a preview of Wednesday's planning commission meeting. Estate Planner Matthew Mariner has details about this month's free Lunch and Learn Wednesday at noon, titled Living Trusts and Wills - Avoid the Perils of Probate and Park City Institute Director Teri Orr talks about her plea to “keep the lights on” and the deep discount on all future tickets, excluding Bob Woodward and Sutton Foster. 

Heber City Mayor, Kelleen Potter has the latest update on the Rocky Mountain Power Project which would install high power transmission lines through the Heber Valley. She talks about the work underway on the Heber By-pass along with Christmas Holiday activities happening in Heber City. Park City Council Person, Becca Gerber says Thursdays Council Meeting made her proud to be from Park City as they received updates from the Lucky Ones Coffee Shop and public input supporting moving up the City’s Net Zero goals.

On today’s program, Park City School Board President Andrew Caplan has an update on Tuesday’s board meeting and the appointment of a new board member to fill the unexpired term of Petra Butler, who will resign at the end of the year. Executive Director Barb Phillips and Marketing Director Hattie Cole have details on the Saving Gracie Equine Healing Foundation at the Blue Sky Ranch in Wanship.

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