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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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'Children of Eden' explores families, choices

Don’t come to “Children of Eden” expecting to see a re-enactment of Bible stories. Instead, biblical characters such as Adam, Eve and Noah are


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When 'Break a leg' comes true

PERRY — It is common to tell actors to “break a leg” instead of wishing “good luck” because of a stage superstition that wishing them


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'The Odd Couple' comes to CenterPoint Legacy Theatre

It is hard to imagine one of Neil Simon’s most loved comedies, “The Odd Couple,” without conjuring up images of Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau who


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'Mary Poppins'' prop maker helps along the magic

Mary Poppins brings her charm to the stage at Hale Centre Theatre, but it’s Layton resident Michelle Jensen, helping along that Poppins’ magic. The


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Find 'Tons of Money' in Logan

LOGAN—It’s hard to accumulate a list of debts longer than your name if your name happens to be Aubrey Henry Maitland Arlington. But, that is exactly


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‘Beauty & the Beast’ staging at WSU

OGDEN — It’s a tale as old as time told by Children’s Creative Arts. Belle discovers inner beauty in Disney’s classic tale “Beauty


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'The Drowsy Chaperone' earns audience praise

The Ziegfeld Theater’s “The Drowsy Chaperone” had its audience alert and on seats’ edge on opening weekend. The show some sophisticated and


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Old Lyric Rep opens with next week with 'Comedy Tonight'

Vaudeville comedians liked to introduce a joke with the words, “A funny thing happened on the way to the theater.” That same slapstick humor prevails


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