Tag: Adam Argyle

The Covey’s Joyful Noise is Pure Joy

By Jennifer Mustoe There are two seasons when Utah truly ramps up its theater productions: summertime and Christmastime. It is fun to see what is produced every year, and I’m always happy to see that there are some shows that are produced year after year. And by far, my favorite […]

Zion Theater Company’s Evening Eucalyptus is an Australian Holiday

By Kristin Perkins The set is the first thing you see entering the beautiful historic building that houses the Echo Theatre to see Evening Eucalyptus, Mahonri Stewart’s newest play, set in Australia. The stage design (Jason Sullivan) is intriguing, evocative and hints at the journey that is to come. It […]

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 […]

Martyrs’ Crossing A Story of Joan of Arc Inspires

A Utah Theater Review by Joel Applegate For serious theater buffs who bemoan the pastiches of Holiday Reviews (holy and secular), as well as yet another iteration of “A Christmas Carol”, the Echo Theatre offers a sacred story for thinkers among you. This is not about the birth of a […]