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Review: Plan B’s Not A Drop

First, some equivocation. I realize that we are fortunate to have a company like Plan B in our community—a company that does challenging original works in a minimalist black box theater. It is a luxury to have the city’s best thespians, directors and set designers squeezing every last ounce of production value out of that…

Taj Mahal and The Blind Boys of Alabama

Blues and Gospel heavyweights headline spring music slate. Not to throw shade at The Infamous Stringdusters or DJ Mom Jeans, but sometimes we just need a refreshing break from the rotating lineup of mountain-town bluegrass musicians and trendy DJs who dominate Park City’s winter lineup. Sweet relief is coming as blues legend Taj Mahal and…

Best of FanX 2017 Roundup

We dove headfirst into FanX 2017 this weekend, the cousin of Salt Lake Comic-Con, to bring you all the gloriously nerdy highlights. Even if you haven’t memorized the trivia behind Harry Potter, you’re still bound to appreciate the commitment. Best Skype Encounter: The Master of Marvel himself, Stan Lee, video chatted with hundreds of fans about…

Preview: Plan B’s Not One Drop

No. It’s not a play about Utah’s alcohol laws, although it is a dark comedy. Not One Drop, Plan B Theater Company’s latest world premiere, is a two-actor production on a sparse set that explores, wait for it, the nature of relationships. Starring two of Salt Lake’s best comedic actors, Colleen Baum and Latoya Cameron, Not…

Preview: PTC’s King Charles III

In the scarily near future, King Charles the III will ascend to the British throne, steer the country into a constitutional crisis, dissolve parliament, garrison troops at Buckingham Palace and push Great Britain to the brink of Civil War. And, he’ll do it in iambic pentameter. This is the plot of the “future history” King…