Tag: Covey Center for the Arts

Plaid Tidings at the Covey in Provo is a Happy Christmas Hit!

By Jennifer Mustoe and Hannah Seigfried The Covey Center for the Arts in Provo is bringing great tidings of “boss” joy with their wonderful production of Plaid Tidings. As a second installment after Forever Plaid, the Plaids are back, bringing their fun, enthusiastic, energetic, smooth and utterly delightful sound, this time […]

Forever Plaid, Forever Fun at The Covey

By Larisa Hicken What a fun evening full of laughter and amazing music at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo, Utah!  I was excited to see this show because Forever Plaid has long been one of my favorites.  I love the bee-bop sounds of the 50s!  Forever Plaid, […]

The Covey’s “An Unexpected Guest” is an Expected Pleasure

A Utah Theater Review By Jennifer Mustoe and Corena Gunyan My teenage companion Corena and I had the pleasure of going to see An Unexpected Guest, a delightful Agatha Christie mystery, at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo. I will say, it was a little disconcerting at first […]

“Deseret – The Musical” –Just Like the Early Saints is a work of Heart

By Ashley Ramsey              Deseret – The Musical is the latest and newest musical to hit the stage at Provo’s Covey Center for the Arts. Playwright Carl Bell brings to life the stories of frontier families after settling in the Salt Lake Valley. Bell by profession practiced Family Medicine with […]

The Covey’s Enchanted April Delights and Inspires

By Kara Henry Local writer and director Elizabeth Hansen has collaborated with composer C. Michael Perry to bring us Enchanted April, a musical based on the novel, The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim. If there’s one thing I’ve learned since I started reviewing shows, it’s that Utah-grown composers and […]

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 […]

Blithe Spirit, at the Covey, Will Make you Laugh and Jump

  A Utah Theater Review by Jennifer Mustoe Last night, a fellow Front Row Reviewers Utah reviewer, Larisa and I went to see Covey Center for the Art’s latest offering, Blithe Spirit, by Noel Coward, being performed in the marvelous Brinton Theater. I love this space – it’s cozy yet elegant […]

Covey Center’s Wait Until Dark Has Thrills and Chills

A Utah Theater Review by Jennifer Mustoe Last night, a friend of mine and I went to see the Covey Center for the Arts’ latest production, Wait Until Dark. As I walked into the lovely theater, it was filled with people eating donuts. I asked the woman serving the donuts […]