A Behanding in Spokane is a new play by Martin McDonagh that had it’s world premiere in New York in … Continue reading
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The combination of fractured fairy tales, music, humor, history, zany characters, and parables created an incredibly sweet children’s show. After seeing the quality of the production, I was surprised more members of the congregation had not come out to see it. I would definitely recommend that any Christian family looking for an inexpensive night out take their children to this production. Continue reading
The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim, is a “chick book,” no doubt about it. Not only does it revolve … Continue reading
2013 was a big year for women in U.S. politics. Congress convened with a record number of women holding seats … Continue reading
On March 30th, 2013, I attended Utah Repertory Theater Company’s production of I Love You Because, for a second time. … Continue reading
Are masculine or feminine characteristics determined by biology, culture, or environment? And what or who defines masculine versus feminine traits? Continue reading
The theater was tiny, the stage was modest, and the audience was small, but an electric feeling hung in the air as everyone waited in anticipation of the new production. The house lights went down, a shockingly modern post-apocalyptic sound track began, and the lights came up to reveal a startling display of interpretive dance. This began what was, unfortunately, a very confusing performance. Continue reading
This provocative and entertaining rendition of Stephen Sondheim’s dark musical comedy gives a salute to both the successful and not-so-successful presidential killers. Dark Horse Company Theatre’s Assassins is not only timely with the current political climate and raging gun control debate, but it is also for the most part, right on target. Continue reading
On February 9th, 2013 I attended The Echo Theatre’s production of Little Happy Secrets. As the show began, I found … Continue reading
It’s sometimes difficult to offer a review or critique of a community theater production when a community comes together and … Continue reading