Recents

College Street Style: Lauren Hall

Burnt oranges, off-whites and tans were consistent throughout Lauren Hall's two carefully chosen outfits. The Northern California native is wrapping up her junior year...

Despite Speed Bumps, Electric Bus on Track

Last year, UTA and the University of Utah said that they had plans to purchase five new electric buses with the money they received...

2017-2018 Pioneer Theatre Company Line-Up

It's that time of year again: Salt Lake's premier regional theater has announced its next seven-show season. The Pioneer Theatre Company strives to present...

Looking into the Royal Family with PTC’s ‘King Charles III’ (preview)

After exploring the worlds of shipbuilding, American classics and the Cold War as a musical concert, Pioneer Theatre brings the British monarchy to the...

Artist of the Week: Michael Thompson Brown, Percussionist Actor

What does it mean to be an artist? Is it simply an aesthetic? A desire for fame and recognition? For Michael Thompson Brown, it...

The Gala: Combining Modern and Ballet in Innovative Ways (preview)

Featuring an iconic confluence of two creative groups, the ballet and modern dance programs will be premiering a unique collaboration in their upcoming School of...

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Black Metal’s Premiere Figure, Deafheaven to Perform at Urban Lounge (preview)

Deafheaven, black metal's most commanding voice since 2013, will be making an appearance this Friday at Salt Lake City's Urban Lounge. Known for their melodic shoegaze and post-rock approach to black metal, the band...

Bringing the Savannah to the Eccles: ‘The Lion King’ (preview)

The long-loved story of Simba the lion is coming to Salt Lake City and gracing the stage of the Eccles Theatre this week. Based off of the wildly popular 1994 Disney animated film, “The Lion King”...

Art Gallery: The Creative Collective (review)

"The Creative Collective": as much a celebration of a new generation of artists as it was a gallery. Each artist brought their own style to the warehouse, filling it with personalized messages through a wide...

Not the Shakespeare you Know

Randy Reyes, director of the upcoming production “The Two Noble Kinsmen,” made it clear this may not be the Shakespeare audiences are used to. “It’s not going to be stodgy Shakespeare, in doublet and...

‘Jim Crow’s Tears’ (review)

A full band and orchestra took up half the stage for the evening's one-time performance. Sold out the day of, the audience was crowded and seats filled to bursting in a way that mirrored...