Show closes August 31, 2014.

SALT LAKE CITY — “Product of their time” was the key phrase in Salt Lake Acting Company’s annual production of Saturday’s Voyeur—Mumpsimus the Musical. Updated with 2014 “Mormon Issues,” the show includes tributes to Ordain Women, the Boy Scouts of America, Fox News, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Corporation. With”guest appearances” from […]

DRIVING MISS DAISY is a poignant, funny and reflective journey

Jayne Luke as Daisy and Curley Green as Hoke.

SALT LAKE CITY — Daisy asks, “Did you have the air-conditioning checked? I told you to have the air-conditioning checked.” Hoke replies, “I had the air-conditioning checked. I don’t know what for. You never allow me to turn it on.” Then Daisy retorts, “Hush up!”   This exchange summarizes the humorous and unlikely relationship between Daisy and Hoke […]

SATURDAY’S VOYUER 2013 is somewhat stale at 35

Photo by David Daniels of Dav.d photography.

SALT LAKE CITY — There is no denying that Salt Lake Acting Company has a winning formula with Saturday’s Voyeur. Not only has it become a season staple, but it has amassed an almost cult following that guarantees sold out houses and extended runs year after year. 2013 marks the 35th year of SLAC’s Voyeur, a […]

PTC’s A CHRISTMAS CAROL has plenty of carol, could use more Christmas

Jamie Jackson (Scrooge). Photo by Alexander Weisman.

SALT LAKE CITY — Can a show be top-notch quality and still fall flat? Pioneer Theatre Company’s production of A Christmas Carol: The Musical (music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, book by Mike Ockrent and Lynn Ahrens), directed and choreographed by Karen Azenberg was very professionally done and quite entertaining. Yet despite that […]

Well Worth the Price

HELPER— If you have never been to Helper Utah and never thought you might have a reason to go, I’m here to tell you that things have changed. Helper has been holding out on us.