Tag: Charles Dickens

CenterPoint’s A Christmas Carol Creates a Dickens of a Great Show

By Jamie Grant A huge dose of lovely Christmas Spirit is what we received at CenterPoint Legacy Theater in Centerville. It was my first time attending a performance at CenterPoint Legacy Theater and A Christmas Carol, The Musical, based on the popular Christmas story by Charles Dickens, was a fabulous first […]

A Christmas Carol at Centerpoint Legacy Theater Will Have You Saying, “God Bless Us, Everyone”

By Amanda Berg Whittle We had the wonderful opportunity to see Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at the CenterPoint Legacy Theatre on opening night, Friday, November 24th. It will be playing every day except Sunday until December 23rd, so you have plenty of opportunities to see! The theater is small […]

Bluffdale Arts Council’s A Tale of Two Cities is a Charming and Powerful Production in Riverton

By Julie Halverson Tate Bluffdale Arts Council presents the musical A Tale of Two Cities playing for only two days, three performances: October 13-14.  A Tale of Two Cities is an adaptation of the classic novel by Charles Dickens, with book adaptation, music, and script written by Jill Santoriello. The […]

The Empress’s Mystery of Edwin Drood Keeps You Laughing and Guessing in Magna

By Charlene Adams Mystery and laughter come together for a Mys-terical night at The Empress Theatre in Magna with their production of The Mystery of Edwin Drood. My husband and I ventured out to Magna to see The Mystery of Edwin Drood at the Empress Theatre.  We weren’t sure what […]

Titus’ Christmas Carol is a Holiday Treat

By Rebecca Walk A Christmas Carol is a holiday classic that has been performed many times over the years, has had many different versions written, and many movies made from this text, all based on the novel by Charles Dickens. I had the opportunity to attend the Titus Productions Theatre […]