Tag: Belinda Purdum

Zion Theatre Company’s “The Drown’ed Book” is Immersed in Love

By Andrea Johnson Last night, I was privileged to attend the final dress rehearsal of Zion Theatre Company’s world premiere production of The Drown’ed Book: or the History of William Shakespeare, Part Last at The Castle Theatre in Provo, Utah. This work is an original piece, written and directed by […]

Ancient Greek + Christian + Mormon = Zion Theatre Company’s Prometheus Unbound

A Utah theater review by Ben Christensen What do you get when you take ancient Greek mythology and retell it with Christian themes filtered through the lens of twenty-first century Mormonism? You get the Zion Theatre Company’s production of Mahonri Stewart’s Prometheus Unbound. Using the story of Prometheus as a […]

Covey’s Joyful Noise is a Joyous Event on How “The Messiah” Was Born

By Joel Applegate and Sarah Pendleton The Hallelujah Chorus was born of a cacophony. Or so the story goes. Tim Slover’s Joyful Noise, now in its last weekend at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo, is the historically accurate telling of how George Frederic Handel’s masterwork “Messiah” came […]