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Utah Theatre articles published in 15 Bytes, Utah’s art magazine, including theatre reviews, interviews with playwrights, directors, actors and more.

Midsummer Night's Dream
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Utah Shakespeare Festival on BYUtv

Tonight BYUtv broadcasts a live performance of the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. This is the first time in the festival’s 50 year history that a performance has been broadcast live. The play will be performed at the festival’s signature venue, the Adams Shakespearean Theatre, one […]

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Fearless Fringe Festival

In the last weekend of August, Salt Lake Acting Company stepped out to the fringe and they did it fearlessly. From August 26 – 28, unique voices in the theatre community had a moment in the spotlight as SLAC hosted the second annual Fearless Fringe Festival, which features […]

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The Persian Quarter

The relationship between America and Iran is often understood through headlines and sound bites that report events but do very little to explore the issues beyond the context of politics. In her latest work, which is also a world premiere, local Utah playwright Kathleen Cahill puts the tension […]

15 Bytes | Theater

Go To Hell

Go To Hell: New Theatre from . . . a New Theatreby Davey Davis Go To Hell. A flippant condemnation, and a preview of things to come. There’s lots of skin-deep but fiery anger behind the first production from The New Works Theater Machine, and a whole lot […]

Performing Arts | Theater

She Was My Brother

She Was My Brother Plan-B Theatre reviewed by Ann Poore Given that She Was My Brother is written by acclaimed Salt Lake City playwright Julie Jensen, directed by the always insightful Jerry Rapier, and was selected to be Plan-B Theatre’s 20th-anniversery season opener, you enter the Rose Wagner […]

Performing Arts | Theater

HAIR at the Egyptian

Drag out your tie-dyes and sandals and head to Park City’s Egyptian Theatre to experience “Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical.” Be aware that it features full-frontal nudity (some on opening night apparently were not — despite disclaimers practically everywhere — since they walked out in a huff) […]