Review: 'Race' offers intelligent, intense drama

Trust the David Mamet drama “Race” to raise thorny, uncomfortable questions about prejudice and sexism, and to explore answers through unhesitating,...


Review: 'Wit' packs a dramatic punch

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Local actors star in Utah Rep's '[title of show]'

For would-be playwright Hunter Bell and best friend Jeff Bowen, an aspiring composer, writing an original musical for a contest was the goal. Their first stumbling...


High school students learn life skills with fall plays

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Ballet West’s ‘Giselle’ a ghost story for new generations

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Emotional performance of 'Wit' teaches empathy

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Ogden director heads south for dream role in 'Company'

Since high school, a certain role seemed to speak directly to Rick Rea, an Ogden theater director, designer and actor. In Stephen Sondheim’s 1970 musical...


Ogden theater opens eyes with 'Race'

Hoping to start a conversation on one of society’s most sensitive subjects, Good Company Theatre is staging “Race.” The David Mamet drama tells a...

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