Great direction with ADAM & STEVE AND THE EMPTY SEA

Adam-and-Steve-and-the-Empty-Sea-Plan-B[1]

SALT LAKE CITY — Walking into the Studio Theatre it’s impossible to avoid looking up. A giant tree of hammered-together planks and particle board towers over the stage sheltering audience and actor for the next 90 minutes. Adam & Steve & The Empty Sea is Plan-B Theatre Company’s latest world premiere. Playwright Matthew Greene follows two […]


WAITING features a peek at the hereafter

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OREM — Ethan Coen is best known, along with his brother Joel, as part of the film making team the Coen Brothers. Recognized for their absurd situations, quirky humor, and eye catching cinematography, they have won international acclaim for movies like Fargo; No Country for Old Men; True Grit; and O Brother, Where Art Thou? Ethan, however, […]


COURSE 86B IN THE CATALOG is more than just history

Show closes May 6, 2012. Photo by dav.d photography.

SALT LAKE CITY — Kathleen Cahill has been a playwright in residence at Salt Lake Acting Company for the last two years, and from past reviews the relationship between Cahill and SLAC has produced very exciting new works.  Her latest play, Course 86B in the Catalog is currently being premiered at SLAC and it carries on […]


SLAM: Actor Exhaustion for Audience Delight

SALT LAKE CITY — On Saturday, Plan B Theatre closed their 20th anniversary season with their annual 24 hour theatre fest, SLAM. Five ten-minute plays, all written, directed, and rehearsed within twenty-four hours by seasoned Plan B artists (and a few new faces) were presented to a large audience at the Rose Wagner theatre.  In […]