Utah Tech

Entertainment Alliance

Utah Tech Entertainment Alliance (UTEA) is the managing agency for Utah Tech’s performing companies and functions in professional as well as educational circles. UTEA provides engaging student programming, as well as community outreach and involvement. With more than 100 performances each year, these professional-level ensembles and productions entertain hundreds of thousands worldwide.


Performing ensembles are open to all students across campus. Members are selected through rigorous auditions and professionally trained to provide quality programs in the performing arts. Casting for our community productions are open to the full spectrum of identities, race, gender, religion, age, and abilities of each performing artist. We encourage all interested in our programming to submit for consideration.


Click here for more information about Fusion.


Click here for the 2024-2025 Fusion Team audition form.

Ballroom Dance Company

Click here for more information about Ballroom Dance Company.

Program Bureau

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Meet The Director

Amy is Director of the Utah Tech Entertainment Alliance (UTEA), and also coach for the performance team, Fusion.  With more than 22 years of experience in a variety of performing arts positions, Amy developed knowledge, ability, and skill through managing dozens of musical productions and entertainment events in southern Utah area. She worked for Westside Studio of the Performing Arts from 2001-2023, and with various Washington County School District choirs from 2017-2023.  She was the Music Director for: A Chorus Line, Seussical the Musical, Rock of Ages, Wizard of Oz, and Mean Girls at the Stage Door Theater from 2019 until the appointment to her current position at Utah Tech in 2023.  Amy was Associate Music Director at Tuacahn Center for the Arts in 2014- working on productions of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat and Wizard of Oz.  She was also the audition accompanist at Tuacahn for Mary Poppins, Starlight Express, Sound of Music, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Hairspray, and Little Mermaid, which allowed her to work with equity and non-equity actors, as well as with producers, choreographers, directors, stage managers, etc.  Amy is a graduate of both Utah Tech and Southern Utah University, and the mother of four incredible children and Grammy to one.  She loves staying fit, laughing, traveling with friends, and most of all, motivating student performers to elevate and improve themselves each day.


Amy Gleave

Director of Entertainment Alliance

Email: amy.gleave1@utahtech.edu

Phone: 435-879-4255

Office: SAC 205