Tag: Stein Erickson

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 […]

Buried Child Should Be Unearthed

By Joel Applegate Buried Child is a production that will be talked about and remembered by theatre folk. Hilarious and dark, it features a cast in sync with each other and the material. It was a great night to be a playgoer. Earth is a metaphor and a scent. The […]

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 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 […]