Tag: Alisha Hall

The Christians Takes on Belief and Fallout at Ogden’s Good Company Theatre

By Alisha Hall The Christians in Ogden perfectly falls into Good Company Theatre’s purpose of bringing thought-provoking, diverse, and intimate theater to the Wasatch Front. I hadn’t been in Good Company Theatre’s new space, before but I immediately fell in love with the back-door entry (why does this make me […]

Thoroughly Modern Millie Is a Classic That Appeals to the Modern Audience at Beverly’s Terrace Plaza Playhouse in Washington Terrace

By Alisha Hall If you want to see a tight, fast-paced, and thoroughly enjoyable show, you need to see Beverly’s Terrace Plaza Playhouse’s production of Thoroughly Modern Millie in Washington Terrace. I’ve only seen Thoroughly Modern Millie one other time, quite some time ago, and I have no recollection of […]

Salty Dinner Theater’s Sleepy Hollow is Full of Spooky Fun

By Jeremy Preston Jonsson Dinner Theater is a curious beast. Not quite standard theater,  not quite cabaret entertainment, not quite anything else. It is its own medium. Half play, half party, all entertainment. It has its serious devotees — loyal fans who see show after show. I’m not going to […]