Director Kirsten Brandt re-creates the frenzied pacing and dizzy business typical of silver-screen screwball comedies of the ’30s.
Happily – and hardly surprisingly – the delightful regional premiere of “Shakespeare in Love” at the Utah Shakespeare Festival proves equally at home on stage.
USF’s current version of the oft-told makes us forget the impending tragedy until it engulfs the title characters — and, by extension, those of us in the audience.
There’s no such thing as the Great American Musical. Yet “Guys and Dolls” is undoubtedly on the short list of contenders.
There’s too much buckle, not enough swash in this regional premiere to make it a truly transporting theatrical voyage.
William Shakespeare’s the inspiration for the 56th annual Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City. But he’s also the star.
Bolstered by a new generation of fans, Hall & Oates are bringing more than the expected hit parade on their current tour with Tears For Fears. Abetted by red wine and Heinekens, three cool dudes are talking about why they’ve seldom been considered cool.
Casual “Gilmore Girls” fans know him as Luke Danes, the curmudgeonly but thoughtful owner of Luke’s Diner and eventual, if not always-certain, paramour of Lorelei Gilmore.
Don’t be fooled by the Las Vegas heat — winter is coming.