Month: November 2014

The OBT’s X-Mas Men Will Give you Some Super Holiday Spirit

By Cindy Whitehair They had me at “hello” – or in this case, walking into the theater. We walked into the OBT to the strains of Trans-Siberian Orchestra, which always puts me in the mood for Christmas. Given that we have a couple of die hard Marvel fans in the […]

UVU’s R&J Project brings the Tragic Love Story Alive and Current

By MH Thomas Everyone has heard of Romeo and Juliet—William Shakespeare’s most well-known tragedy. You think you know Romeo and Juliet? As you enter Utah Valley University’s Noorda Theatre, the set is the first clue that you are in for a different Shakespearean experience. There is a grittiness to the […]

Zion Theater Company’s Evening Eucalyptus is an Australian Holiday

By Kristin Perkins The set is the first thing you see entering the beautiful historic building that houses the Echo Theatre to see Evening Eucalyptus, Mahonri Stewart’s newest play, set in Australia. The stage design (Jason Sullivan) is intriguing, evocative and hints at the journey that is to come. It […]