Payson dentist, Gordon Taylor, promised his wife, Karen, that he would purchase and resurrect the Huish Theater.  Karen had a vision of making the Huish the epicenter of performance art at the south end of Utah County and the tiny neighboring communities. She grew up adoring music, the piano, and painting. But in 1981, Karen was stricken with a mysterious illness that put her in a week-long coma and forever robbed her of her motor skills. No more painting, and no more playing. Gordon was sure she saw in the Huish a chance to fill that void, albeit vicariously.

If you would like to see a video of the construction of the stage, click HERE.

Both Dr. Taylor and his wife have passed away, but the vision to see the Huish open its doors again lives on. The Payson Community Theater now owns the building. When money ran short, work on the theater stopped. The time has come to finish the theater and give the community a venue for performing arts. The stage is nearly finished, the balcony is made and ready to put into place, and the seats are already in the building. The Huish Side Show only needs to bring the bathrooms up to code to be able to start having performances, allowing revenue to start coming in to finish the theater.

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