Month: August 2017

Sandbox Theatre Company’s “Complete Works” in Midvale is Fulleth of Delighteth

By Mary Brassard The Complete works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) from the Sandbox Theatre Company is being produced at the Midvale Performing Arts Building—and I commandeth you to do your part, brave knave, and answer this query: To go, or not to go to the Sandbox Theatre Company’s production of […]

Motley Wandering Minstrels’ “The Grand Duke” is Wanderful Good Fun

By Cindy Whitehair Motley Wandering Minstrels’ The Grand Duke at the Sorensen Unity Center Black Box Theater in Salt Lake City is one of those hidden gems that once you see it you wonder why you didn’t know about it before. This is the first time I have attended one […]

Zion Theatre Company’s “The Drown’ed Book” is Immersed in Love

By Andrea Johnson Last night, I was privileged to attend the final dress rehearsal of Zion Theatre Company’s world premiere production of The Drown’ed Book: or the History of William Shakespeare, Part Last at The Castle Theatre in Provo, Utah. This work is an original piece, written and directed by […]

The “2017 Big Band Tribute–Songs from the Silver Screen” at the Draper City Amphitheater Will Make You “In The Mood” to Dance the Night Away

By Amanda Berg Whittle Going to Songs from the Silver Screen in Draper was the most fun my husband and I have had in quite a while. The amphitheater stage is large, the acoustics are wonderful, and the large grass terrace levels are comfortable and roomy, especially toward the back, […]

Laugh and Cry Your Way Through Broadway Bound at the Egyptian in Park City

  By Susannah Whitman You don’t have to head to New York to see Broadway Bound—you just need to make the short drive to the Egyptian Theatre in Park City, where the Neil Simon Festival is putting on a brilliant production. The Neil Simon Festival happens annually in Cedar City, […]

The Four Seasons Theatre Company’s “A Rodgers & Hammerstein Concert” in Smithfield is a Glorious Nod to Great Music

By Leah Checketts For two nights only, August 15-16, the Four Seasons Theatre Company are creating a musical journey on the Sky View High School stage through their production A Rodgers & Hammerstein Concert.  With a very simple stage, the music, the musicians, and the stories are all the audience needs […]

“Hello, Dolly!” in Smithfield by the Four Seasons Theater is Fun, Humorous, and Meaningful

By Jennifer Mustoe interviewing Dawn Yorgason Having never seen Hello, Dolly!, I was surprised at how funny Four Seasons Theater’s production in Smithfield is. I laughed so much. I love all of Four Seasons’ shows—I don’t miss them. Their costumes, acting, music, set—all are great. I didn’t know the show […]

Good Company Theater’s “In the Heights” at the Ogden Amphitheater is Delicioso y Fantastico

By Jennifer Mustoe Having never been to the Ogden Amphitheater and never seen In the Heights by the now wildly popular Lin-Manual Miranda—who wrote the music and lyrics, book by Quiara Alegria Hudes, I was pretty excited. I know Director Austin Archer’s work and admit to being a huge fan […]