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“Carousel” at Murray Park Amphitheater Takes Audience on a Joyful Ride

By Amanda Berg Whittle I had the wonderful opportunity to attend Carousel at the Murray Park Amphitheater as a part of Murray Arts in the Park. Though I am familiar with Carousel, I’d never been to the  brand-new amphitheater, which not only has the cleanliness of a new facility, but […]

“Peter and the Starcatcher” at the Zig in Ogden is Sprinkled with Magic!

By Jennifer Mustoe I got a little teary after Ogden’s Ziegfeld Theater’s production of Peter and the Starcatcher, a play about how Peter Pan becomes the crowing, flying leader of the Lost Boys and battles the sociopathic Captain Hook. Does Peter Pan mean something to you? He does to me—he’s […]

“The Wizard of Oz” at On Pitch Performing Arts in Layton Brings Us All Home

By Kari Work On Pitch Performance Arts’ (OPPA!) production of The Wizard of Oz is a reminder of all the things we hold most dear:  friends, family, and home.  Pitched Perfectly Studios, in Layton, is the ideal venue for such a message.  The cozy studio fosters one-on-one interaction with cast […]

Farmington’s “Seussical” was a Suessierific Family Production

By Becky Evans I took my daughters to see Farmington City’s summer production of Seussical the Musical at the Farmington Arts Center and we all left singing and shaking our tail-feathers as wanna-be bird-girls.  As we learned more about the actors and actresses in this hometown production, we realized it […]

Midvale Main Street Theatre’s “Andrew Lloyd Sondheim” is a Lovely Tribute Filled with Song

By Susan Knight I’ve lived in Midvale for a few years now and was pleased when asked to review Andrew Lloyd Sondheim at the Midvale Main Street Theatre, right in the heart of Midvale. Featuring the talents of Karli Rose Lowry, Jim Dale, Eve Speer Garcia, John C. Speer, Matthew Carter […]

Dance Your Way to Beverly’s Terrace Plaza Playhouse to Take in the Fun of “All Shook UP”

By DeAnn Patterson Walking into Beverly’s Terrace Plaza Playhouse in Ogden, my husband and I had no idea what kind of evening we were in for. We are relatively new to the area. We had never been to this theatre before, and we had never seen All Shook up before. […]

You’re Only a Day Away From “Annie” in American Fork

By Larisa Hicken and Jen Mustoe Performing in the beautiful American Fork Amphitheater, Annie, directed by Adam Cannon, is presented by the American Fork Community Theater in association with the Timpanogos Arts Foundation. Winner of 7 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Annie is a beloved favorite based on the popular […]

“Oh, the Places You (Should) Go” to Draper Historic Theatre’s “Seussical the Musical”

By Adam J. Woodhouse-Keele Seussical at Draper Historic Theatre is a great show for all ages, so you can bring the kids or make it a date night. Just don’t miss this gem. When I entered the theatre I was met with a beautiful, colorful set. It’s lively and looks […]