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Seven brides, seven brothers, one barn

Rowdy boys misbehave, and girls swoon and plan June weddings, in the musical “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.” Heather Gleason said this is her third


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WSU announces season of award-winning plays

Weber State University’s performing arts department hopes local audiences enjoy its upcoming season of plays. But the shows already have been approved by the


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Ziegfeld Theater gets 'Bible' for Mel Brooks' The Producers

OGDEN -- A new production of the Broadway musical The Producers opens Aug. 1 at Ogden’s Ziegfeld Theater and promises to be a legitimate take on the original


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'Seussical' plays Syracuse

A pesky cat in a red-and-white top hat describes the challenges faced by a determined elephant trying to save a tiny town. Many of Dr. Seuss’s most beloved


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Wild West Shakespeare revisits the Bard

Gossip and rumors hilariously bring one couple together and riotously drive another apart in Cache Theatre Company’s Wild West production of “A Whole


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'Children of Eden' script struggles a bit to find its identity

If you already know and love the Old Testament-inspired musical “Children of Eden,” you will be impressed by the current production at CenterPoint


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Terrace Plaza Playhouse’s ‘Wizard of Oz’ delightful,

It’s hard to arrive at a stage production of “The Wizard of Oz” with high expectations. Pretty much everyone has seen the legendary 1939 film,


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'Musical of Musicals (The Musical!)' opens in Logan

LOGAN — Fans of musical theater discover parodies paying homage to many of their favorite composers and lyricists in a series of five acts. Act one reflects


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Nicholas Maughan’s musings about ‘Maughanogamy’

Nicholas Maughan, Ogden pianist and playwright, explores the perils and pitfalls of modern dating in his third and latest installment of “The Nic Monologues


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‘Saturday’s Voyeur’ takes another poke at Utah culture

The past 12 months provided Allen Nevins and Nancy Borgenicht, the writers of “Saturday’s Voyeur,” with a smorgasbord of topics to fuel their


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