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‘Gwyneth Goes Skiing’ to premiere at Egyptian Theatre May 16

All proceeds generated from this production will support the Egyptian Theatre's Tuition-Free YouTheatre program

PARK CITY, Utah — “Gwyneth Goes Skiing” is set to make its U.S. debut at Park City’s Egyptian Theatre on Thursday, May 16.

The musical parody plays on Gwyneth Paltrow’s 2023 legal battle with optometrist Terry Sanderson, who claimed that the actress and Goop entrepreneur violently crashed into him in 2016 while skiing at Deer Valley Resort.

This 90-minute production where the audience acts as the jury has been described as a story of “love, betrayal, skiing, and (somehow) Christmas,” and debuted at Pleasance London in December 2023. The show will make its way across the pond for a two week stint on Park City’s Main Street from May 16-25.

The creators of “Gwyneth Goes Skiing,” Linus Karp and Joseph Martin, will reprise their roles as Paltrow and Sanderson. The show’s Park City run will also feature new vocals from “Glee” star Darren Criss, Cat Cohen from “What We Do in the Shadows,” and drag queen Trixie Mattel, who will join the show by video.

According to the Egyptian Theatre website, “Gwyneth Goes Skiing” is rated for audiences 16 plus for strong language, adult humor and “exploding vagina candles.” Tickets range in price from $39-$69 and are available here.

The musical is next slated to run from July 31 to Aug. 26 at the Pleasance Courtyard in Edinburgh.

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