GRANT & TWAIN provides insight into America’s history

Kathryn Atwood and Marshall Bell.

SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake Acting Company’s world premiere of Grant & Twain, directed by Keven Myhre, is a dramatically charged look into the latter half of the nineteenth century, with a focus on two of America’s great men in history, Ulysses S. Grant and Mark Twain. Grant & Twain begins late in Ulysses […]


THE LION IN WINTER explores medieval machinations

Morgan Lund and Teresa Sanderson as Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine in Pinnacle Acting Company's production of The Lion in Winter.

MIDVALE — I was always something of an odd child growing up.  I listened to big band music, old radio shows and loved watching the classics (and not so classics) of cinema shown on the Big Money Movie each afternoon.  That is where I first saw and fell in love with the film version of […]


RED paints more than just pretty pictures

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SALT LAKE CITY — As someone who enjoys all kinds of art but is “left wanting” when it comes to a good knowledge of visual art history, I was excited to see Salt Lake Acting Company’s production of Red by John Logan. I was hoping that this Tony Award winning script, coupled with SLAC’s brilliant reputation, […]


See yourself in Circle Mirror Transformation

SALT LAKE CITY — Jump up and down, pose like a tree, and breathe very deeply—playwright Annie Baker’s Circle Mirror Transformation has arrived at the Salt Lake Acting Company!  I attending the show on Friday night; and, I tell you what, it was good times.  I was surrounded by laughter, had a comfortable seat, and […]


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.