Day: January 7, 2018

Come Eat (and Face) Your Feelings At An Other Theatre Company’s Fat Pig

By Susannah Whitman If you haven’t been to An Other Theatre Company’s space in Provo yet, Fat Pig is your chance. It takes a little getting used to…walking into a shopping mall to see theatre. But once you’re inside the intimate black box space, the rest of the world outside […]

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 […]

Utah Opera’s Moby Dick: Re Awakening an Epic Masterpiece in Salt Lake City

By Spicer W. Carr Utah Opera always searches to do classics, and you can’t get much more classic in the American cannon of literature than Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. The time-tested tale of revenge between man and beast is the ultimate American thriller from the high seas. The piece has […]

Pinnacle Acting Company’s The Real Thing Brings Conversations about Reality and Authenticity to Salt Lake City

By Katie Jarvis Walking into Pinnacle Acting Company’s production of The Real Thing, at Westminster College in Salt Lake City I expected witty banter, relationship drama, and cultural commentary typical of a Tom Stoppard play. What I didn’t expect, and was pleasantly surprised by, were the large dose of raw […]