Month: October 2014

Covey’s Much Ado About Zombies is Steampunk, Spooky Shakespeare!

By Chance Young As my friend Shelby and I pulled into the parking lot of the Covey Center for the Arts to attend Much Ado About Zombies, an adapted version of Shakespeare’s classic Much Ado About Nothing directed by Eric Samuelsen, I was unsure of what to expect. Being unfamiliar […]

UVU’s OTHER DESERT CITIES Should be Seen by Everyone in Our City

By MH Thomas OTHER DESERT CITIES is a play written by Jon Robin Baitz, originally produced by Lincoln Center Theater, New York in 2010 and won the Outer Critics Circle Award in 2011. It is an interesting title—and as you watch the show, you will soon discover where that title […]

Grassroots Shakespeare Company’s Titus Andronicus is a Bloody Good Time

By Larisa Hicken If you’re looking for a way to get into the Halloween spirit, there’s no better way than attending Grassroots Shakespeare Company’s presentation of Titus Andronicus at the Castle Ampitheater in Provo.  Just follow the dark winding path up behind the State Mental Hospital. Titus Andronicus is certainly […]

The Scottish Play (aka Macbeth) at the Echo is Superb

By Shannon Eden Currently playing at the Echo Theater in Provo is Macbeth. Gasp! Yes, I said it instead of the traditional: “The Scottish Play.” Hopefully, the curse will stave itself until after I have finished my review. Set in historic Scotland, we meet General Macbeth and his comrade Banquo, […]