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Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Review: Pioneer Theatre’s ‘Mary Stuart’ features powerhouse cast in challenging roles

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Pioneer Theatre's beautifully acted, thoughtfully staged production of "Mary Stuart" is a dramatic contrast to the stage's last show, the loopy "The Play that Goes Wrong."

Review: Everything’s right with Pioneer Theatre’s ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’

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Everything goes right with "The Play That Goes Wrong," currently playing at Pioneer Theatre Company.

Review: ‘A Chorus Line’ wows at Ogden’s Ziegfeld Theater

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More than four decades after its Broadway debut, "A Chorus Line" is fresh and new at Ogden's Ziegfeld Theater.

Review: ‘Aladdin’ dazzles, beguiles at the Eccles

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The genie is out of the bottle and his magic is spellbinding.

Review: Hale’s ‘Matilda’ gives child actors chance to shine

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Children take center stage in the Hale Centre Theatre's production of "Matilda," based on the children's book by Roald Dahl.

Review: ‘Silent Dancer’ at Salt Lake Acting Company a scintillating hybrid

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So me and my mum saw the world premiere of "Silent Dancer" by Kathleen Cahill on opening night, last Friday, at Salt Lake Acting Company.

Review: ‘Steel Magnolias’ blooms onstage at Hale Center Theatre

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You know that lovely feeling you get when you go to the hair salon and they wash your hair in hot water and shampoo your scalp and massage your head? That was the feeling I had the whole way through Hale Center Theater's "Steel Magnolias." It's a warm, soothing, comforting show; I came away feeling like I'd spent the evening with my best girlfriends.

Review: Pioneer Theatre’s ‘Sweat’ worth the emotional workout

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Pioneer Theatre Company has debuted its grittiest drama of the season in "Sweat," which earned playwright Lynn Nottage a 2017 Pulitzer Prize for drama.

Review: ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’ flies high at CenterPoint Legacy Theatre

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Your next fantasy road trip may just be to Centerville if you're a fan of whimsical family theater or stage remakes of vintage Dick Van Dyke musicals.

Review: PTC’s ‘Once’ offers evocative music, taste of Ireland

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Some Utahns will remember "Once" as the modest musical film that hailed from Ireland but first found fame at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. Well, "Once" has returned to Utah, this time in its stage musical version, which earned the Broadway production eight 2012 Tonys, including the one for Best Musical. Pioneer Theatre Company is staging the show, directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh. It tells the tale of loves lost, passionate music and dreams pursued.