CHICAGO dazzles in Park City

Show closes July 29, 2012.

PARK CITY — I had the good fortune this past weekend to hit a show at the Egyptian Theater in Park City. It was a relief heading up the canyon and being greeted by the ten-degree-cooler temperatures of Summit County. Mostly, however, it was a thrill to see a locally done production of Bob Fosse’s, Chicago. Chicago […]

IPHIGENIA IN TAURIS is educational, though not entertaining


SALT LAKE CITY — Of the three big names of ancient Greek theatre—Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides—Euripides is the ancient Greek author with the largest surviving body of work. Probably his most famous works are the tragedies The Trojan Women and Medea. But these are just two of the nearly twenty surviving plays of Euripides. One […]

SUNSET BOULEVARD: not quite timeless, but definitely timely

SALT LAKE CITY – Theatre in America has reached one of those critical transitions that redefines how we approach art.  Recent cuts by the NEA have led to numerous (and heated) discussions about whether or not we can cultivate a larger audience to support the body of theatre already in production. Pioneer Theater Company is […]

“White Christmas” snows Pioneer Theatre Company

SALT LAKE CITY – Christmas is here, and with the festive season comes a variety of effervescent events and stage shows. The 1954 musical film White Christmas, with its title song holding the record as the all-time bestselling single, is beloved by nostalgic cinephiles and has become a Yuletide favorite.