Tag: Jennie Richardson

CenterPoint’s To Kill a Mockingbird Brings a Classic, Relevant Story to North Salt Lake

By Calee Gardner Based on the beloved Pulitzer Prize-winning novel written by Harper Lee, CenterPoint Legacy Theater’s To Kill a Mockingbird, directed by Jennie Richardson brings this dynamic and powerful drama about humanity to life. To kill a Mockingbird tells the story of the Finch family living in the 1930s […]

Death and Mystery Delight at CenterPoint Theatre’s Production of An Inspector Calls

By Brittney Marie Nielson Even though the Mainstage at the beautiful Centerpoint theater often gets a lot of the attention with its large cast musicals, the smaller Blackbox theater is proving that they are a force to be reckoned with in the small seven person cast of An Inspector Calls […]

“Steel” yourself for a night of emotions at Centerpoint’s Steel Magnolias

By Micah Campbell I am not a pretty crier. My eyes get all puffy and I begin to do this weird “I’m not crying” blinking to try to reduce the tears that fall from my eyes. When I received two tickets to see Steel Magnolias at the CenterPoint Legacy Theater, […]

Centerpoint’s Odd Couple Is Even a Must See!

By Cindy Whitehair and Perry Whitehair There are some names in theater that define their genre – for dance, it’s Bob Fosse. For musical theater, it’s Andrew Lloyd Weber. For comedies, it’s Neil Simon and the Simon play that everyone knows best is The Odd Couple.  The Odd Couple is […]