Tag: Thomas George

The Pygmalion’s I and You in Salt Lake Celebrates What Makes Us Human

By Tanner David Tate I saw PYGmalion Theatre Company’s I and You in Salt Lake City on Friday night. It is not extremely often that I leave a theatrical production without speaking to a single person, bee-lining for my car to sit and ponder alone. Rarely does a production speak […]

Salt Lake Acting Company’s The True Story of the Three Little Pigs is a Meaty Treat for Kids and Their Parents Alike

By Steven N. Williams The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs at Salt Lake Acting Company by Paul Gilvary, Robert Kauzlaric, and William Rush is based on the book by John Scieszka and Lane Smith. Everyone knows the story of the three little pigs. But, have you ever wondered […]

PYGmalion’s Weyward Sisters in Salt Lake City is Bewitching

By Brian Thomas When I approached PYGmalion’s Weyward Sisters at Rose Wagner Center for the Performing Arts, I was admittedly a little intimidated. Based off of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, I wasn’t sure I was prepared. While I have a degree in English, I managed to do so while avoiding Shakespeare at […]

Questions of Majority Rule at Riot Act’s Enemy of the Peopleat The Wherehaüs in Salt Lake City

By Susannah Whitman Henrik Ibsen’s play Enemy of the People may have been written in 1882, but Riot Act’s current production (adapted by Whit Hertford) proves how relevant this work still is. Enemy of the People, at The Wherehaüs in Salt Lake City, is today’s version of this glorious, thought-provoking […]

SLAC’s Surely Goodness and Mercy is Surely More Than Merely Good

By Suzanna Whitman Salt Lake Acting Company is known for its thought-provoking theatre, and their production of Chisa Hutchinson’s new play Surely Goodness and Mercy is no exception. The play is part of the National New Play Network’s rolling premiere program, which mounts several productions of the same new play […]