Tag: Utah Valley University

UVU’s Jack and the Beanstalk Brings Magic and Wonder to Children in Utah Valley

By: Jason Hagey and Alisha Hagey Utah Valley University’s Jack and the Beanstalk was a morality tale written for elementary age children with a great reminder for parents and adults. The show has already had a successful touring run through elementary schools. Playing at UVU, the audience was predominantly adult […]

UVU’s “The Mikado” is a High Wire Act that is Farcically Amazing

By Joel Applegate      Opening night disaster! The whole cast is stuck on a broken-down bus in Pocatello. Yeah, that’s in Idaho. The director of Gilbert and Sullivan’s musical, The Mikado, James Arrington, had to stand up in front of a full house on Opening Night and make the dread […]

A Playful Production of Androcles and the Lion at UVU

A Utah Theater Review by Josh Tiedeman Recently I had the opportunity to see Androcles and the Lion performed in the Noorda Theatre at Utah Valley University. If you have never been to the Noorda Theatre it is on the east end of campus, connected to the Gunther Trade Building. […]

Vincent at Brixton Shines at UVU

A Utah Theater Review by Michelle Cope As I sat watching Vincent at Brixton at UVU, I was amazed at what was taking place. One moment, you are laughing in utter hilarity, the next you could not feel more awkward for having laughed a moment ago…. Vincent in Brixton (running […]

Utah Valley University’s Cato is a Visceral Experience

A Utah Theater Review by Larisa Hicken While the majority of my friends and neighbors gathered together Saturday night for the much anticipated “holy war” between University of Utah  and BYU football teams, my husband and I headed for neutral territory at Utah Valley University to see the play Cato, A […]