2505 South Highway 89 - Perry, Utah
(Click here for directions)
(435) 723-8392



Our building was built in 1890, and served for nearly 80 years as the Perry Ward of the LDS (Mormon) Church.  Although the exterior still looks like a church, the interior houses rehearsal space, scene shops, business office, and a 208-seat auditorium.

In 1969, as the Golden Spike celebrated its 100th anniversary, the Box Elder County centennial committee rallied behind an idea of writing and producing an original script with music that would capture the spirit of railroad fever in Northern Utah of 1869. Drauca J. Holmes and Lucille Lawson were given the task of researching, creating, and staging the story, which they entitled Gandy Dancers.  Mayor Olaf Zundel, then mayor of Brigham city, was overwhelmed by the favorable response to the production. He asked Holmes to organize a community theatre group for the city's recreation program.

In 1970, the Brigham City Community Theatre was formed. It staged many shows at Box Elder High School and other borrowed stages. By 1975, the group of volunteers had expanded to the point of needing a permanent home for its productions. A door-to-door campaign was launched to raise down-payment money to purchase the vacant Perry LDS Church building, located south of Brigham City.

In their new 161-seat location, the theatre group was able to grow into an independent, viable non-profit organization, known today as Heritage Community Theatre, Inc. In 1991, the auditorium was expanded to 208 seats. "Many community theatre groups do not survive more than four or five years," explained Holmes, "But Heritage Theatre sets a new record with every new production."


Board of Trustees

Corporation President/Chairman of the Board | Brad McCann
Vice President/Chairman Elect | Terry Haws
Secretary | Julie Coleman
Treasurer | Paul Buck

Scott Nelson
Ken Kennedy
Troy Hone
Nedra Pace

Emeritus Board Members
Dave Christensen


Pride and Prejudice
January 19 - February 10, 2018

The Drowsy Chaperone
March 9 - 31, 2018

Plaza Suite
April 20 - May 12, 2018

June 8 - 30, 2018

Crazy for You
August 24 - September 15, 2018

Musical Comedy Murders of 1940
October 5 - 27, 2018

Miracle on 34th Street
November 30 - December 22, 2018