Tag: James M. Craig

SLAC’s Saturday’s Voyeur Gives Us a Chance to Laugh at It All

by Angelina DaSilva Salt Lake Acting Company is debuting this year’s summer fundraiser and musical satire Saturday’s Voyeur by award-winning playwright Allen Nevins and award-winning lyricist Nancy Borgenicht. After 29 years of writing for this annual event, playwright Allen Nevins stays true to his fingerprint of “irreverent humor” and “political […]

SLAC’s Hand to God is Almighty Powerful

By Joel Applegate Hand to God (Nominated for five Tonys and Winner of the Obie) is more than just having fun tweaking a religious nose. American Christianity in its current form gains traction by saying there’s a “war on religion.” But it’s the opposite. For generations now – with antecedents […]


by Joel Applegate Playwright William Missouri Downs has managed a paradoxical slight of hand in The Exit Interview. Cloaked though they are in dark, delicious comedy, the subjects of this play are all deadly serious. Media and culture are examined and criticized generally – and by this playwright – for […]