Tag: Salt Lake City

The Grand Theater’s “Fame” Flies High to Exceed Expectations

By Aleksndr Arteaga             The year is 1980, set in the final years of New York City’s High School for the Performing Arts. Fame – The Musical follows a group of students through their trials and successes and ultimately reflects on their dreams of fame and fortune. Fame explores many […]

The Grand’s Death of a Salesman is Alive with Beauty and Tragedy

A Utah Theater Review by Jennifer Mustoe I have given myself some time to mull over last night’s performance of Death of a Salesman at The Grand Theater in Salt Lake City, and I’m finding myself just as challenged in putting my thoughts and feelings into words. You see, I’m […]

Salt Lake Acting Company’s Saturday’s Voyeur Pokes Fun, but in a Good Way

A Utah Theater Review by Joel Applegate If you like your Utah theater satire sharp, be prepared. This satiric musical is the annual fund-raiser of Salt Lake Acting Company’s season, taking aim every summer at Utah’s peculiarities from its local accents to its legislators. But SLAC’s 2012 edition of Saturday’s […]

Mahonri Stewart’s One-Acts Sparkle

A Utah Theater Review by Rebecca Gunyan Last night my husband and I had the opportunity to watch the two short plays: The Death of Eurydice and Jinn, both written by award-winning Mahonri Stewart and presented by the Zion Theatre Company. This was an amazing display of Utah Theater at […]