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Grumpy green ogre plays the Zig

Shrek

Everyone’s favorite ogre comes to life in “Shrek the Musical,” just in time for the season of witches, goblins and fairytale creatures who offer tricks and ask for treats.

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‘Jekyll & Hyde’ to face off in Centerville

“Jekyll & Hyde” tells the fictional tale of a scientist whose research delves deeply into the internal battle between good and evil. The Broadway


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Layton dancer a 'Thriller'

LAYTON — It is the creative outlet Jesse Sykes gets from dance, and not his competitive high school days on the soccer field, that has him dancing a lead role


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'Steel Magnolias' shares laughter, tears

The Old Barn Community Theatre’s current show, “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” has an all-male cast in the comedy. Women


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Bard without being bored

It has been said that, “timing is everything.” That is certainly the main element for success in the turbo-speed comedy, “The Complete Works of


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Victim turns avenger in 'Hecuba'

  “Hecuba,” a show that opens with a ghost, tells a story of revenge, and reveals the horrors of the aftermath of war, is the finale of Weber


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Be seated for 'The Waiters'

Today’s communication technology makes it easy to Facebook chat with someone on the other side of the globe, but it also can stand as a barrier between people


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'Spelling Bee' replicates vicissitudes of juvenescence

  Most adults formed some sort of memory from participating in a Spelling Bee in their youth. Whether the event created nervousness, excitement,


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‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ gets modern twist

Instead of Elizabethan Era dresses of velvet and embroidered brocades with jewels, expect to see bell bottoms and go-go boots at Next Stage Productions’


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Local actress stars in 'The Color Purple'

Kaysville native Latoya Rhodes grew up feeling inspired and empowered by “The Color Purple.” “I never thought I would end up playing Celie,


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Ziegfeld brings back ‘May the Mouse be With You’

One thing the Ziegfeld Theater is known for is their original Fraudways — parodies that are mostly improvised based on pop-culture themes. Last year, local


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