Month: April 2014

Fly to Orem Hale’s Peter Pan!

By Kendra Hill This weekend I had the privilege of (even though I am a full grown adult) being whisked away to Neverland by the jovial Peter Pan, care of Hale Center Theater Orem’s newest production Peter Pan! Peter Pan has enough fun to keep the kids entertained through the […]

CenterPoint’s Man of LaMancha is Magnifico!

By Perry and Cindy Whitehair Perry and I braved Tuesday nights dust/wind storm to go to CenterPoint Legacy Theatre’s production of Dale Wasserman’s Man of LaMancha , a trek that every theater lover should make.  The musical (music by Mitch Leigh and lyrics by Joe Darion) was made popular in […]

Foreigner Fun with the Pleasant Grove Players

By Larisa Hicken The Foreigner, written by Larry Shue, is one of those shows that everyone seemed to be talking about lately, but somehow I kept missing opportunities to see it.  When I heard it was being directed by Howard and Kathryn Little and performed by the Pleasant Grove Players, […]

Forever Plaid, Forever Fun at The Covey

By Larisa Hicken What a fun evening full of laughter and amazing music at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo, Utah!  I was excited to see this show because Forever Plaid has long been one of my favorites.  I love the bee-bop sounds of the 50s!  Forever Plaid, […]

The SCERA’S Drowsy Chaperone is Alive with Talent and Fun

By Jennifer Mustoe and Chelsea Benjamin The SCERA’s The Drowsy Chaperone is one of those shows you don’t want to miss. I wanted to get that out right away, so if you only have time to read a few sentences, you know the deal. I’d never seen the show, but […]

Echo’s Bielzy and Gottfried Poses Questions of Morality Without Moralizing

A Utah Theater Review by Ben Christensen I admit I was a little hesitant going into Echo Theatre’s production of J. Omar Hansen’s original play, Bielzy and Gottfried. It’s described as “a modern morality musical” and directors’ notes in the program refer to Adam and Eve, Jesus Christ, sermons, Job, […]