I make it a point of never researching something I have never seen before I go see it. I love … Continue reading
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I will stipulate that mental illness is a problem, one that is too often unrecognized. Certainly Cloten’s mental illness in … Continue reading
Stephen Adly Guirgis’ “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” takes place in a present day courtroom in a corner of … Continue reading
I went to the opera yesterday, the Met HD broadcast of Così fan tutte. I’ve seen it before; I know … Continue reading
Shakespeare can be difficult to follow and somewhat inaccessible for many. Mainly for the language barrier; the difference between Middle … Continue reading
I saw The Light in the Piazza for the first (and only) time when I was probably fifteen or sixteen at the Ahmanson in downtown … Continue reading
The story of fugitives Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow is one that almost everyone is at least somewhat familiar. The … Continue reading
Road Show Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Book by John Weidman Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick Directed by Rick Rea … Continue reading
When I first listened to Green Day’s 2004 Album, “American Idiot”, I could hear the story they were telling. It … Continue reading
Forget Freddie and Jason, Macbeth is history’s scariest killer, and he’s back in Salt Lake just in time for Halloween. After … Continue reading