Category: Davis County

Reviews for Shows in Davis County

CenterPoint Legacy Theatre asks Centerville to Join Them Under the Sea with Disney’s The Little Mermaid

By: Mary Brassard Disney’s the Little Mermaid at CenterPoint Legacy Theater was like a mini trip to Disneyland, only I didn’t have to travel so far away, and the tickets are much more affordable. I would definitely recommend you take this fun and fish-filled trip. You probably don’t need much […]

CenterPoint Theatre’s The Little Mermaid Takes Centerville Audiences to Another World

By McKenna Johnson If you need a Disney princess fix, CenterPoint Theatre’s performance of The Little Mermaid in Centerville, Utah, will hit the spot. Children and adults alike will discover fun and ethereal splendor as they escape to the world of once upon a time. In this musical adaptation of […]

In HopeBox’s Crazy for You a Talented Cast of Cowpokes Nails Gershwin

By Kevin Albrechtsen and Yvette Albrechtsen I love Westerns – Gritty cowboys, saloon brawls, gunfights, and the women that hold them together.  But add singing and dancing, and what do you get?  In this case, by adding a large dose of brothers George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin and some pretty comical dialogue, […]

OPPA’s The Last Five Years is Darling, Heartbreaking, and Thought-Provoking

By Sarah Re Love and relationships have been on my mind a lot lately, likely one of the reasons I chose to drive all the way up to Layton from Provo to attend this production at OPPA! (On Pitch Performing Arts). I worked on a production of The Last Five […]

Don’t Drink The Water at Centerville’s CenterPoint Theatre Is Sure to Leave You Thirsting for More

By Becky Evans Written by Woody Allen, Centerpoint’s Don’t Drink the Water is a hilarious play that makes audiences laugh out loud. As a Gilmore Girls fan, I loved that the script is chock full of subtle, witty nods to history and politics as well as wordplay that you might […]

CenterPoint’s To Kill a Mockingbird Brings a Classic, Relevant Story to North Salt Lake

By Calee Gardner Based on the beloved Pulitzer Prize-winning novel written by Harper Lee, CenterPoint Legacy Theater’s To Kill a Mockingbird, directed by Jennie Richardson brings this dynamic and powerful drama about humanity to life. To kill a Mockingbird tells the story of the Finch family living in the 1930s […]

The Christmas Carol by A Salty Dinner Theater in Midvale is A Hilariously Entertaining and Delightful Experience

By: Maryvonne Wilkinson My husband and I had the pleasure of experiencing The Christmas Carol at Joe Morley’s BBQ in Midvale, UT. This production, put on by Salty Dinner Theater, is presented at eight different locations throughout Utah and Salt Lake Counties. These actors do such an excellent job of […]

Be on the Edge of Your Seat at On Pitch Performing Arts’ And Then There Were None in Layton

By Liz Christensen And Then There Were None, On Pitch Performing Arts’ production staged at Pitched Perfectly Studios in Layton, is an engaging ride through comedy, mystery, suspicion, and suspense. If you are looking for a seasonal thrill without the gore, occult, or sex that typically accompany fall drama and […]

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 […]