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Central’s Doug Caputo

Doug Caputo lives in a small town about 20 miles north of Kayenta called Central. He co-founded the Space Between Theater in St. George and worked as its Artistic Director. He is currently a freelance actor, director and acting teacher working in Kayenta.   What is your favorite building […]

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Kelsey Moon

Kelsey grew up in Utah and currently lives in Holladay with her soon-to-be-husband. She graduated from the University of Utah with a BA in Art History and from there moved into arts education and taught youth through programs at the UMFA and for many years with Bad Dog […]

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Camelia Rowland

Camellia Rowland grew up in a small desert town in southern California. She danced ballet for 13 years and trained with professional companies in Santa Barbara and San Diego. She has also lived in New York and Quebec and is fluent in French. She holds an associates degree […]

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David Pace

David Pace is a writer, literary critic and arts administrator with work appearing in American Theatre, The Christian Science Monitor, Quarterly West, Dialogue, Sunstone, and Irreantum, among other journals, newspapers and a book with a forthcoming narrative non-fiction piece in Alligator Juniper. He was a stage critic in […]

Dance | On the Spot

Linda C. Smith

A native of Utah, Linda C. Smith began her career in dance at the age of four with Virginia Tanner’s Children’s Dance Theatre. In 1966 she become a founding member of Repertory Dance Theatre where she fulfilled her dream of becoming a performer, teacher, choreographer, writer, producer and […]

On the Spot | Visual Arts

Dallas Graham

Dallas Graham is a personal documentary photographer, graphic designer and writer who has merged his loves into a colorful creation called Red Fred Bodoni & The Jolly Troop—a photography/design blog for children and adults that creates value through images and stories by encouraging its readers to “pause & rejoice!” […]