Tag: Dee-Dee Darby Duffin

Plan-B Theatre’s The Weird Play Talks About Love.  Or, Not, in Salt Lake City

By Andrea Johnson Plan-B Theatre’s The Weird Play, now being produced in Salt Lake City at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, is the first show I’ve been able to review for a while. I am very glad The Weird Play was my first jump back into theater after my […]

The Grand’s Think About It starring Dee-Dee Darby-Duffin Brings Brilliance to Salt Lake City

By Michael Andre THINK ABOUT IT:  An evening with Dee-Dee Darby-Duffin opened on Thursday night at the Grand Theatre in Salt Lake City to a an adoring crowd. This is Dee-Dee Darby-Duffin‘s fourth consecutive year of performing at The Grand and I hope we can enjoy her concerts for many […]

Odettes for the Holidays! by Camille Washington Brings Family and Heart to the Table at Good Company Theatre in Ogden, Utah

By Steve Odenthal I walked into a family gathering and felt right at home taking a seat at the Good Company Theatre’s production of Odettes for the Holidays! in Ogden, Utah. This theater makes you feel like an old friend from the moment you walk in the door and start […]

SLAC Premieres Steve Yockey’s Mercury as it Delves into Obsession and Revenge

By Jason Hagey Mercury at Salt Lake Acting Company (SLAC) in Salt Lake City Utah is as horror-comedy at its most delightful and a play that is ultimately about humanity and the zeitgeist of our times. It is a masterclass in how to elevate a horror above gore and a […]

SLAC’s Surely Goodness and Mercy is Surely More Than Merely Good

By Suzanna Whitman Salt Lake Acting Company is known for its thought-provoking theatre, and their production of Chisa Hutchinson’s new play Surely Goodness and Mercy is no exception. The play is part of the National New Play Network’s rolling premiere program, which mounts several productions of the same new play […]