Month: July 2015

Apline Community Theater’s Mary Poppins is Practically Perfect in Every Way

By Deven Skaggs I had the opportunity to be treated by Alpine Community Theater as they presented Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins in the beautiful Covey Center for the Arts in Provo. The story begins with the Banks family which lives in London on Cherry Lane, and things are […]

Spanish Fork’s Tarzan is Wildly Wonderful

By Joel Applegate From the first visual of Spanish Fork Community Theatre’s Tarzan – a beautiful projection of a fully-rigged ship tossed toward Africa on the waves – the audience knows they are in for a sumptuous journey of sight and sound. A beautifully crafted and mounted production, Disney’s animated […]

Midvale’s “Once Upon A Mattress” Production takes you back to the 1300s with the Musical Adaptation of the Princess & the Pea

-Reviewed by Megan Graves Considering the huge popularity of the TV series Once Upon a Time, with its backstories of famous fairy tale characters, Midvale Art Council made a well-timed choice in producing the musical “Once Upon a Mattress” this summer. Though the plot isn’t quite obvious from the title, […]

The SCERA’s Joseph is a Dream!

By Tyler Smith I wasn’t quite sure what to expect as I’ve never seen Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat before. I was pleased to find that the SCERA’S production was everything I had hoped for and more. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, written by playwright Tim Rice and […]