Tag: Alexandra Harbold

The U’s You Never Can Tell is a 20th Century Classic That is Wonderful for 21st Century Audiences

By Brian Thomas You Never Can Tell at the University of Utah’s Babcock Theatre easily transports audiences to a British seaside town of another era. And not just in the time and place that the play is set, but You Never Can Tell also harks back to a  style of […]

Classical Greek Theatre Festival’s “Ion” in SLC is Engaging and Entertaining

By Shianne Gray The Classical Greek Theatre Festival opened their annual touring production of a classical Greek play with Euripides’ Ion at the Courage Theatre at Westminster College on Thursday, September 7th. Since 1971, the Classical Greek Theatre Festival has kept Greek theatre alive in Utah by producing a classic […]

SLAC’s Hand to God is Almighty Powerful

By Joel Applegate Hand to God (Nominated for five Tonys and Winner of the Obie) is more than just having fun tweaking a religious nose. American Christianity in its current form gains traction by saying there’s a “war on religion.” But it’s the opposite. For generations now – with antecedents […]