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Sparks fly in 'She Loves Me'

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When young Amalia and Georg meet, sparks fly in the classic musical, “She Loves Me.” Jim Christian, Weber State University’s musical theater studies director, chose the show to

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Gifted greenery steals the show in 'Little Shop of Horrors'

It’s a plant that sings and a plant that dances. It even brings fame and fortune to its owners. Unfortunately, it’s also a plant that swallows people


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Grumpy green ogre plays the Zig

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


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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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