Tag: William Shakespeare

Something Hilarious is Happening at the Eccles with Something Rotten!

By Jennifer Mustoe A year ago, my family and I saw Something Rotten! at the St. James Theatre on Broadway and loved it. I whooped with sheer delight (really) when I found out the Eccles is presenting Something Rotten! here in Salt Lake as part of their Broadway Across America series. […]

WVC’s West Side Story Has a Short Run, So See It NOW

By Daniel Wallentine On Monday night, I decided I needed some tragedy in my life, so I hopped on the Frontrunner and rode up to West Valley City to see their Arts and Culture Division’s production of West Side Story. For those not familiar with West Side Story, this show is a modern adaptation […]

Grassroots Presents a Perfect Evening of Shakespeare Under the Stars

Written by Eve Speer “This story shall the good man teach his son; And Crispin Crispian shall ne’er go by, From this day to the ending of the world, But we in it shall be remember’d; We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;”                                      Henry V, Act 4:3 […]

Go Find “Love’s Labour Lost” at the Brelby in AZ!

Every once in a while, we do things a little different here at Front Row Reviewers Utah. Meaning if we have a reviewer who sees something OUT of Utah, we are happy to post a review of the show, should the reviewer want to write something up. Such is the […]

Grassroots Shakespeare Company’s The Tempest is a Storm of Fun

By Joel Applegate I have been wanting to write about this theatre company for some time now. With their production of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, the Grassroots Shakespeare Company has given me that chance. They are the Utah branch of a sister company in England. Grassroots Shakespeare was co-founded by […]