Friday, April 18 2014

email

menuClick Here

Culture

BYU to present the United States Debut of Musical ‘Count of Monte Cristo’

BYU's interdisciplinary Music Dance Theatre program and Department of Theatre and Media Arts will present a fully staged workshop production of Frank Wildhorn and Jack Murphy's musical drama The Count of Monte Cristo.

>Read More

Most Current Articles in Culture

Brigham’s Playhouse Uplifts with New 'Little Women' Musical

It shouldn’t have worked, and to be honest my expectations were shaky. To my delight and surprise, however, the production was a terrific success.

By Jonathan Decker
Our Stories Will Save Us

Stories of the Utah pioneers, mountain men, miners, Native American Indians, heroes and common folk will become the foundation upon which we can build thriving cultural heritage tourism, bringing in visitors from all over the world.

By Clive Romney
At Tuacahn: Thoroughly Modern Millie Delights, Mulan Great for Families

Hot on the heels of Mary Poppins and Starlight Express, Tuacahn Theatre continues to offer excellent musical theatre offerings with Thoroughly Modern Millie and Disney’s Mulan, both based on popular motion pictures.

By Jonathan Decker
Mandy Patinkin: A Spark to Pierce the Dark

“Believe in yourself” was Mandy Patinkin’s first piece of advice to the scores of BYU theatre students that gathered to hear him teach a master class on campus before his performances this past weekend.

By Mariah Proctor
Zion Theatre Company’s Production of Swallow the Sun Recounts C.S. Lewis’s Early Life

Zion Theatre Company is producing national award winning playwright Mahonri Stewart’s play about C.S. Lewis’s early life at the Castle Theater in Provo

Hermeneutics

This month’s Backstage Graffiti will, of course, be about hermeneutics and exegesis. Words which when I called up the “Instant Dictionary,” the definitions were, respectively, “Word not found” and “Are you kidding?”

By Marvin Payne
LDS Actor Makes Good in “Liberty Smith”

LDS actor on stage at Ford’s Theatre in new musical.

By Lincoln C. Oliphant
Classics for the Common Reader

There is good reason the classics simply will not die, because they offer the most compelling portrayal of those impulses that define us as human.

By Doug Talley
Uncommon Eloquence: Shane Jackman, Storyteller and Poet

LDS Singer/Songwriter Shane Jackman has been making waves in the acoustic folk scene since his first appearances in front of discriminating crowds in New England.

By Dick Diamond