Tag: Silver Summit Theatre Co

My First Time Is Storytelling At Its Best

Review written by Eve Speer I went to see My First Time alone. I could see the brightly colored lamps and throw pillows from the street. Mod A Go Go is like a jewel that hovers over East South Temple. Parking was easy to find behind the building—but there was […]

August: Osage County is a Must See

By Eve Speer Silver Summit Theatre and Utah Rep have joined forces to bring Utah audiences the first production of Tracy Letts’ August: Osage County. The play takes place in Oklahoma. Letts himself was born in Tulsa. His mother was a writer and his father was a college professor. He […]

The Pavillion Is Theatre Magic At Its Best

Written by Eve Speer Silver Summit Theatre Company invited me to see their final dress rehearsal for their upcoming production of The Pavillion. The show opens tonight and runs through June 22. As the dramaturg Brian Powell shares in the program, the play is “a tribute to the form, intention, […]

Dog Sees God Has the Audience Seeing Beauty, Humor, and Truth

By Joel Applegate Funny. We’re warned from the beginning it’s adult language. That’s true. And we will see aAdult situations. That’s true, too. But In Dog Sees God, these are kids onstage. Well, adult actors playing kids. To all of us who’ve grown into adulthood ourselves, wasn’t our first cruelty […]