Rainbow Variance, The Last Ship, Magic Men Live, and more
Andrew Alba: Rainbow Variance
The paintings of Andrew Alba occupy a space where race, ethnic identity, gender, sexual orientation and even immigrant status all intersect. These portraits share the theme of coping with various levels of exclusion from larger communities.
The Pump and Dump, Tumbleweeds Film Festival, and more
And considering the frequent absurdities of motherhood, it's not surprising that The Pump and Dump is one of them.
A Bright New Boise, Jonah Bokaer, and Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5
If a play brands itself as a "dark comedy," there better be some truly humorous moments—not just gratuitous language for shock value.
DocUtah Film Festival, Versa-Style and more
DocUtah is an international documentary festival that highlights everything from 10-minute shorts to feature-length films.
College Football, Storytelling Festival and more
Weber State vs. Utah State
Broadway Across America, Cabaret, The Rose Exposed and more
Despite its catchy tunes—namely "The World Will Know," "Seize the Day" and "King of New York"—the plot was a tad thin. The Broadway version, currently on tour, strengthens the story
Surviving Ted Bundy, A Gallery of Type and more
Bundy viciously attacked her in a Utah canyon in October 1974, and her astonishing escape leaves her one of the few to tell the tale of an encounter with one of America's most infamous serial killers.
Chris Colfer, Sleeping Beauty's Dream and more
Colfer, in addition to his remarkable vocal talents, is now also a prolific author, and will be in town to...
Marc Maron, Mad Libs Road Trip and more
There's no denying his genius or work ethic.
Utah Shakespeare Festival, Piff the Magic Dragon and more
It's another new season of amazing theater in Southern Utah, but this one has more of a spark of the new than many others.
William Littig, Motown: The Musical and more
He noticed subtle changes of material, color and texture where shared walls along the route met, and documented them with a series of photographs
Doug Benson, Judith Freeman, Titus Andronicus and more
Benson brings on surprise guests for the show, to talk films and comedy in front of a live crowd.
Page to Stage Festival, The Green Loft, Chalk Art Festival and more
It's hard to be a playwright if nobody stages your play.
Monsters: A Love Story, Disney's Newsies, Trump vs. Bernie and more
A Love Story—the debut novel from poet and one-time Ogdenite Liz Kay—that fantasy proves extremely messy and complicated.