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Tuacahn’s Fairy Tale Christmas in Ivins is One Big Christmas Smile

By Miranda Pugh Tuacahn’s Fairy Tale Christmas at the Hafen Theater in Ivins, UT is the perfect way to get into the holiday spirit. This is a brand new musical written by M. Scott McLean and Michael McLean. The story is about a few of our favorite Disney villains who […]

BYU’s 24 Hour Theater Project is Coming and You Don’t Want to Miss It!

By Jennifer Mustoe Years ago, I went to a whole new kind of theater experience at Brigham Young University Provo. Back then, it was called the Experimental Theatre Project and I sure felt avant garde even going to such a production. Once I went, I was blown away. Now called the […]

Utah-Made Romeo and Juliet Film Exceeds Expectations

by Blake Casselman Of all Shakespeare’s plays, Romeo and Juliet has seen the most film adaptations over the years, with more than 100 productions created for theatrical, home video, and television release to date, with another half-dozen currently in the planning or filming stage. The first filmed production of Romeo […]

Get Your Laugh ON! at Farmington City’s Dinner Theatre  Play ON!

By Becky Evans My sister flew in for a visit, and I took her to see Play ON! at Farmington Community Arts Center.  It is a hilarious play within a play loosely based around a murder mystery that keeps being interrupted and re-written by an eccentric playwright.   As Director Katie […]

Broadway at the Eccles’ An American in Paris is Beau et Merveilleux

By Jennifer Mustoe and Caden Mustoe As fans of the music of George and Ira Gershwin, my son and I were thrilled to be able to see the Eccles’ latest production, Tony Award-winning An American in Paris, located in downtown Salt Lake City. Patterned after the Academy Award-winning 1951 movie An American […]

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 […]