Day: July 30, 2017

Sackerson’s Do You Want to See Me Naked? is a Unique, Poignant, Beautiful Experience at the Great Salt Lake Fringe

By Ashley Ramsey Do You Want to See me Naked is a one-woman show premiering at the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival and is the collaboration of actor Golden and writer/director, Morag Shepherd. It begins with: “I am a fat Woman,” proclaims Elizabeth Golden (Self) as she stands amid a half circle […]

Keep on Guessing in Covey Center for the Arts’ “Murder by the Book”

By Andrea Johnson Now, I love a murder mystery as much as the next girl.  In fact, my husband believes that my obsession with crime shows is merely research for his untimely demise. However, even I was delightfully flummoxed by the twists and turns of Murder by the Book, an […]

Utah Repertory Theater’s Exposure Dares to Bare All with Heartfelt Vulnerability

By Jamie Haderlie When you go to see a show at the annual Fringe Festival in Salt Lake City, you can definitely expect bare bones, low-budget storytelling at its finest. However, in the case of Exposure, performed at the Courage Theater at Westminster College, I was pleasantly surprised to walk […]