Tuacahn Ampitheatre, also known as Southern Utah's "Broadway in the Desert," has a stunning lineup of plays for your family this season. But what to choose and how to spend your dollars? I saw them all, so let me help!
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A Hollywood actor is calling his role as a Latter-day Saint in an upcoming movie one of the most important in his career, second only to playing Jesus Christ.
The season nine premiere of “Studio C,” which airs on BYUtv Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. MDT, is a milestone for the Provo-based sketch comedy troupe. It’s the first episode to be filmed in New York City. The live-taped performance was hosted by Kenan Thompson, known for his own sketch comedy career on “Saturday Night Live.”
Latter-day Saint dancers Charity Anderson and Andres Peñate have made history yet again. Not only have they become the first dancers to earn a perfect score on World of Dance, they are also the first Latter-day Saints to win the junior division. But that almost didn't happen.
The Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespeare Festival delights every year with first-rate, stunningly-acted performances of The Bard’s works, along with many other plays. Enjoying the cool weather of Cedar City and its charming small-town shops and restaurants, along with the plays themselves is an annual highlight for my wife and I.
At the start of the season, Springville dancers Charity Anderson and Andres Penate were surprised when they made it through the qualifying round of NBC’s “World of Dance” with a high score of 95.3. The contemporary dance duo’s numbers just got even more impressive — in fact, they were perfect. See their performance here.
Season 9 of BYU’s sketch comedy show “Studio C” is going out with a bang: the 10 original cast members are leaving the show. The final taping of season 9 — and final “Studio C” performance for the original cast members — will take place Aug. 24 in New York City with host Kenan Thompson, the longtime "Saturday Night Live" cast member.