Tag: Mary Brassard

Utah Opera’s Pagliacci/Gianni Schicchi is So Good, I Insist You See It in Salt Lake City

By Mary Brassard The Utah Opera isn’t just for stuffy old rich ladies with transatlantic accents. Oh no. I found out for myself just how dynamic and fun the Utah Opera really is when I went to the final dress rehearsal of Pagliacci/Gianni Schicchi on Thursday night. I was privy […]

CenterPoint Legacy Theatre asks Centerville to Join Them Under the Sea with Disney’s The Little Mermaid

By: Mary Brassard Disney’s the Little Mermaid at CenterPoint Legacy Theater was like a mini trip to Disneyland, only I didn’t have to travel so far away, and the tickets are much more affordable. I would definitely recommend you take this fun and fish-filled trip. You probably don’t need much […]

The Christmas Carol by A Salty Dinner Theater in Midvale is A Hilariously Entertaining and Delightful Experience

By: Maryvonne Wilkinson My husband and I had the pleasure of experiencing The Christmas Carol at Joe Morley’s BBQ in Midvale, UT. This production, put on by Salty Dinner Theater, is presented at eight different locations throughout Utah and Salt Lake Counties. These actors do such an excellent job of […]

Sandbox Theatre Company’s Little Shop of Horrors at the Midvale Performing Arts Center is a Fun Halloween Treat

Little Shop of Horrors

By Mary Brassard Little Shop of Horrors is a classic musical about a strange and interesting plant with an appetite for human blood. If you’ve only ever seen the movie, go to this show, and you will see the surprising real ending, which was changed for the movie. Prepare to […]

Sandbox Theatre Company’s Complete Works in Midvale is Fulleth of Delighteth

By Mary Brassard The Complete works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) from the Sandbox Theatre Company is being produced at the Midvale Performing Arts Building—and I commandeth you to do your part, brave knave, and answer this query: To go, or not to go to the Sandbox Theatre Company’s production of […]

Desert Star’s “Miracle on 42nd Street” Brought Christmas to Modern Day

By Mary Brassard It was a Monday night and the playhouse was packed. The saloon style room was complete with full staff and a very organized seating system with a line of hosts ready to show the patrons to their assigned seats. Christmas music set the mood as we got […]

Nothing Says Merry Christmas Like Music, Laughter…and Spaghetti

By Joel Applegate As their name implies, it’s Salty Dinner Theater’s job to add a little extra flavoring to all their offerings. They don’t stint on Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, now playing at various venues in Utah and Salt Lake Counties through December 21st (see below for schedule). Though […]