Tag: Jared Larkin

Pinnacle Acting Company’s The Real Thing Brings Conversations about Reality and Authenticity to Salt Lake City

By Katie Jarvis Walking into Pinnacle Acting Company’s production of The Real Thing, at Westminster College in Salt Lake City I expected witty banter, relationship drama, and cultural commentary typical of a Tom Stoppard play. What I didn’t expect, and was pleasantly surprised by, were the large dose of raw […]

Westminster College’s Clybourne Park Brings an Eye-Opening and Gorgeously Difficult Story to Salt Lake City

By Jessica Bowen An amazing production, Clybourne Park, opened at Westminster College–directed by Jared Larkin. When the final curtain closed, I sat back in my chair, exhausted. I hadn’t realized until that moment that I had been so tense, but as I looked around the audience, I noticed I wasn’t […]

Pinnacle’s Virginia Woolf is Disturbing and Brilliant

  Reviewed by Michael Nielsen Whether you’ve read it, seen the stage play, watched the movie, or none of the above–everyone is aware that WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF is a classic. PINACLE ACTING COMPANY’s production of the Edward Albee work shows us why it is a classic. As a […]

Pinnacle Acting Company’s Lion in Winter Needs a Bit More Warmth

Utah Theater Review by Joel Applegate The Lion in Winterby James Goldman as presented by the Pinnacle Acting Company at the Midvale Performing Arts Center stays true to its roots as a domestic comedy.But that rings of false modesty for this 1966 American classic.With her line, “We are jungle creatures”, […]