Category: Davis County

Reviews for Shows in Davis County

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 […]

Salty Dinner Theater’s Production of Bride of Frankenstein Gets Northern Utah’s Appetites Ready for Halloween

By: Faith Hofer Salty Dinner Theater is interactive, family-friendly dining at its best. The cast performs at different dining venues across the Utah and Salt Lake valleys, from Provo to Layton. I saw Bride of Frankenstein performed at Old Spaghetti Factory, University Place in Orem. The family style seating of […]

A Tale of Two Cities, The Musical at CenterPoint Legacy Theatre in Centerville is a Season of Light

By Maryvonne Wilkinson If you are a fan of Charles Dickens’ novels, then A Tale of Two Cities, The Musical at CenterPoint Legacy Theatre in Centerville, UT is a must see. It is not for the faint of heart, as it will delve deep into your soul and take you […]

“The Wizard of Oz” at On Pitch Performing Arts in Layton Brings Us All Home

By Kari Work On Pitch Performance Arts’ (OPPA!) production of The Wizard of Oz is a reminder of all the things we hold most dear:  friends, family, and home.  Pitched Perfectly Studios, in Layton, is the ideal venue for such a message.  The cozy studio fosters one-on-one interaction with cast […]

Farmington’s “Seussical” was a Suessierific Family Production

By Becky Evans I took my daughters to see Farmington City’s summer production of Seussical the Musical at the Farmington Arts Center and we all left singing and shaking our tail-feathers as wanna-be bird-girls.  As we learned more about the actors and actresses in this hometown production, we realized it […]