Month: February 2014

SPA’s “Little Shop” is Big, Creepy Fun!

By Cindy Whitehair and Perry Whitehair Did you know that Salt Lake City has its own performing arts high school?  Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts (SPA), located in Sugarhouse, is an elementary school that has been converted into an arts academy.  Their current production is Little Shop of […]

HCTO’S “Big River” Flows with Beautiful Music and Fantastic Acting

By Ashley Ramsey  As a child, my father read us bedtimes stories. Never simple little tales, but chapters from the classics. Treasure Island, The Wind in the Willows, and of course my favorite, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. In a time where classic characters of literature are lost to contemporary […]

CenterPoint’s “Man for all Seasons” Should Be Seen by Many People

By Cindy Whitehair and Perry Whitehair I am a history buff.  All things historic send my imagination into overdrive, which is why I jumped at the opportunity to go see A Man For All Seasons at The Leishman Performance Hall at CenterPoint Legacy Theater.  The play by Robert Bolt is […]

The Covey’s Latest is ‘Ernest’-ly Enjoyable!

By Shannon Eden              The Covey Center’s Black Box Theater opens their production of The Importance of Being Ernest this weekend. Located in the heart of Provo, the Black Box is tucked into a small corner of the upper floor of the Covey Center – intimate and comfortable. Up close and […]