Review: ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ masterfully depicts characters’ lightness, darkness, path forward
The Broadway touring production of "Dear Evan Hansen," playing through Sunday at the Eccles Theater, tells the story of a lonely and anxious teen, just trying to get through his senior year of high school without being viewed as too much of a weirdo or, worse yet, being ignored.
Theater review: PTC’s ‘A Distinct Society’ offers touching, insightful storytime at library
Pioneer Theatre's world premiere of "A Distinct Society" is set in the Haskell Free Library and Opera House, a largely forgotten historic library that straddles the border of the United States (Vermont) and Canada (Quebec).
Review: ‘Ain’t Too Proud’ provides stellar music, meaningful journey at the Eccles
Turns out, You Can Hurry Love. The Broadway touring production of "Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations" -- featuring hits including "You Can't Hurry Love" -- only takes 2.5 hours to win over and satisfy its tour audience.
Review: PTC’s ‘A Christmas Story, The Musical’ adds comedy, depth to nostalgic film story
Almost everything in "A Christmas Story, The Musical," will strike a familiar and relatable chord with anyone who has seen the film version of the 1983 comedy.
Review: ‘The Lion King’ tour brings amazing visuals, vitality to Eccles stage
Simba's pride is back at the Eccles Theater with the return of a Utah favorite, Disney's "The Lion King."
Review: ‘Bright Star’ shines through characters’ joys, sorrows in CenterPoint Legacy Theatre production
The bluegrass baby of Steve Martin and Edie Brickell has bounced to life on Centerville's CenterPoint Legacy Theatre stage.
Review: Pioneer Theatre Company’s zany ‘Scapin’ opens to laughs, modest applause
For its first play of the season, Pioneer Theatre Company offers a new Stephen Wrentmore adaptation of Moliere's farce "Scapin."
Review: Eccles Theater presentation of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ starring Richard Thomas, shares meaningful...
In the touring production of "To Kill a Mockingbird," attorney Atticus Finch has a deeply held belief he thinks could change his neighbors: There is good in everybody.
Review: Zig’s ASL signed ‘Wizard of Oz’ a fun, physical musical with moving moments
The Ziegfeld Theater is back with its latest innovative production, this time injecting new life into the musical classic, "The Wizard of Oz."
Review: ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ delivers silly, imaginative fun to Eccles Theater
The Broadway touring production of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" features one of the same songs that define the 1971 Gene Wilder and the 2005 Johnny Depp films retellings of the Roald Dahl 1964 fantasy novel.