very vary @ Eccles Regent Theater 05.12

very vary @ Eccles Regent Theater 05.12
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very vary is a book with 14 chapters written by Molly Heller, which is a captivating display of her research that views performance as a healing practice. … read more

Dancing with the Spider: Utah Rep’s Kiss of the Spider Woman

Dancing with the Spider: Utah Rep’s Kiss of the Spider...
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Utah Rep brings audiences the Utah premiere of “Kiss of the Spider Woman,” which makes visible the unattainable hope of tomorrow while intermingling dark humor, fishnets, feathers and killer choreography. … read more

Suite Space: Three Emerging Choreographers at the Sugar Space Arts Warehouse

Suite Space: Three Emerging Choreographers at the Sugar Space Arts...
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This Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29, three emerging choreographers will premiere Suite Space at the Sugar Space Arts Warehouse, made possible by the Sugar Space Foundation Artist in Residency Program. … read more

Creature Feature: Bridging the Gaps with Jude Wanders

Creature Feature: Bridging the Gaps with Jude Wanders
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One of the latest additions to the Salt Lake drag scene, Jude Wanders considers themselves a drag king or a drag thing and uses their background in theater in their performances. Their connection to masculinity in and out of drag makes what they do both unique and powerful. … read more

Ballet for the People: Municipal Ballet Co. Teams Up with Conquer Monster

Ballet for the People: Municipal Ballet Co. Teams Up with...
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Sarah Longoria, Director of the Municipal Ballet Company, says, “We want to present ballet in a way that we believe people would enjoy.” The company’s upcoming show Metatransit—in collaboration with Conquer Monster—directly reflects this ideal. Catch the futuristic collaboration on April 7 and 8 at Urban Lounge. … read more

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