Tag: Austin Archer

Hir and Now – Salt Lake Acting Company Brings Necessary Conversations to Salt Lake City with Taylor Mac’s Play

By Gray Thomas Hir by Taylor Mac and directed by Tracy Callahan, makes its regional debut at Salt Lake Acting Company, located in the refurbished church just west of the capitol in Salt Lake City. On its face, Hir is about a state of transition for the Connor Family. A […]

Pioneer’s Newsies in Salt Lake City is Overwhelmingly Amazing

By Jennifer Mustoe I’m sitting here at my computer, pondering how to write my review of Pioneer Theatre Company’s glistening production of Disney’s Newsies. With almost every production I see, I think, wow, I hope my readers go see this show. At times I have even insisted they come. With […]

Good Company Theater’s In the Heights at the Ogden Amphitheater is Delicioso y Fantastico

By Jennifer Mustoe Having never been to the Ogden Amphitheater and never seen In the Heights by the now wildly popular Lin-Manual Miranda—who wrote the music and lyrics, book by Quiara Alegria Hudes, I was pretty excited. I know Director Austin Archer’s work and admit to being a huge fan […]

Pioneer Theater Company’s Spelling Bee is a Winner!

By Jennifer Mustoe and Caden Mustoe For many years, Caden and I have heard the song, “My Friend, The Dictionary” on various Broadway show tunes stations, and laughed and wished we could see The 25th Annual Putnam County SPELLING BEE. Friday night, our wish came true. And how. For those […]

Salt Lake Acting Company’s Saturday’s Voyeur Pokes Fun, but in a Good Way

A Utah Theater Review by Joel Applegate If you like your Utah theater satire sharp, be prepared. This satiric musical is the annual fund-raiser of Salt Lake Acting Company’s season, taking aim every summer at Utah’s peculiarities from its local accents to its legislators. But SLAC’s 2012 edition of Saturday’s […]