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780 North 200 East
Lindon, Utah
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Valley Center Playhouse
780 North 200 East
Lindon, Utah
(801) 785-1186
http://valleycenterplayhouse.com/
 
Status:
Open 
Total Seats:
169 
Open:
Before 1976  
 

Keith and Jody Renstrom started the Valley Center Playhouse in 1975 after moving to Utah from California.  They rented buildings in downtown Provo and Orem before purchasing the Lindon location in 1984.|1|

"There needed to be a family theater in this area," said Jody Renstrom.  "Our main goal is to provide wholesome entertainment. We have always screened every play and nothing is ever offensive."|1|

At the second annual Star Awards, a black-tie gala fundraiser benefits the SCERA, Keith and Jody Renstrom received a lifetime achievement award.|2|


1. "Valley Center Playhouse entertains for 31 years", Daily Herald, 19 October 2006
2. "Locals honored at Star awards", Daily Herald, 8 February 2007