Creature Feature: The Harlot

Creature Feature: The Harlot
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Outspoken and unapologetic, Wade Leavitt, aka The Harlot, is making waves in the Salt Lake drag community with her big personality and even bigger brows. This beautiful and bearded, Las Vegas–grown queen gives us a glimpse into her fabulous life of inclusivity and self-love. … read more

Excavating Anton Chekhov: Riot Act’s Whit Hertford on Poor Bastard

Excavating Anton Chekhov: Riot Act’s Whit Hertford on Poor Bastard
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Whit Hertford, American-born artistic director and founder of Riot Act, has written Poor Bastard to be non-traditionally staged in the basement of the CUAC gallery in downtown Salt Lake City. This comedy, set in rural America, is available to view until Jan. 28 and is definitely one production you won’t want to miss. … read more

Taylor Mac: Manifesting Our Future Through Performance

Taylor Mac: Manifesting Our Future Through Performance
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On Jan. 14, the exceptional talent of Taylor Mac makes its debut in Salt Lake City at Kingsbury Hall. One of the greatest theater artists of our time, Mac (who uses “judy” as a gender pronoun) is known for judy’s talented performance pieces and playwriting. … read more

Heels, Wigs and All the Rage: Hedwig and the Angry Inch @ Eccles Theater

Heels, Wigs and All the Rage: Hedwig and the Angry...
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Hedwig and the Angry Inch bring comical banter, Utah-focused jokes, unbeatable musical talent and a remarkable story to the SLC scene as Hedwig enters the stage in pumps, glitter and all the rage. … read more

Creature Feature: Opal Ascension

Creature Feature: Opal Ascension
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This quirky little daddy has brought some serious East Coast flair and space magic to the Salt Lake scene, which is just what our growing community needs during tumultuous times. … read more

Creature Feature: Eden Flesh

Creature Feature: Eden Flesh
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“[Eden Flesh is] something different. She’s the most powerful aspect of my feminine and masculine sides and it comes together in this thing that’s not really human anymore. She has definitely given me strength that I didn’t realize I had. I can stomp when I’m in fucking heels and feel really good about it.” … read more

Wasatch Theatre Company’s State Premiere: A Brand New Boise

Wasatch Theatre Company’s State Premiere: A Brand New Boise
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A Brand New Boise is about a man named Will who fled his fundamentalist church after a major scandal ensued and heads to Boise to meet his estranged son, Alex. Of all the uncomfortable plays I’ve seen in my life, this one has made it near the top of my list. … read more

Creature Feature: King of Drag Loke

Creature Feature: King of Drag Loke
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Tori Loke is a bi-structured creature who flawlessly represents both ends of the gender spectrum of drag. She’s beautiful—long and strong, boasting a smile and a gentle aura. I’m instantly intrigued by how captivating her look is. It almost perfectly reflects the blend of femininity and masculinity that exudes from her as she opens up about herself and her art. … read more

The Price of a Photograph: The Witness

The Price of a Photograph: The Witness
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Vivienne Franzmann’s The Witness is more complex than your average family-conflict play: It explores themes of race, class and privilege within family. … read more

RuPaul’s Battle of the Seasons: Alaska Thunderfvck 5000

RuPaul’s Battle of the Seasons: Alaska Thunderfvck 5000
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Battle of the Seasons will showcase some of the most beloved, glamorous and successful queens from each season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. This year, one of these stars is none other than the multi-talented Alaska Thunderfvck 5000. An alien diva from Glamtr0n who crashed in the state of Alaska in 1966, she’s been tearing apart the stage for years. … read more