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Performing Arts

Evan K. Beesley and the cast of Cabaret. (Photo by Audrey Hall | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

‘Cabaret’ at the Babcock Theatre is Raunchy, Awe-Inspiring and Tear-Jerking

By Audrey Hall, Arts Writer April 15, 2023

  From April 7-16, the University of Utah’s Theatre Department is performing the classic musical “Cabaret” in the Babcock Theatre. The production was absolutely stunning in all aspects; everything...

Laura Jordan in What the Constitution Means to Me.

“What the Constitution Means to Me”: The Living Document Defined

By Andre Montoya, Arts Writer April 14, 2023

  Pioneer Theatre Company recently presented “What the Constitution Means to Me,” a play by Heidi Schreck, directed by Karen Azenberg. The play stars Laura Jordan as “Heidi,” and Ben...

King Tuff (Courtesy of Wyndham Garnet)

King Tuff Takes the Urban Lounge with ‘Smalltown Stardust’

By Ethan Blume, Arts Writer March 16, 2023

  Having just experienced the heartbreak that was the cancellation of a concert from one of my favorite bands, Viagra Boys, I was glad to stumble across King Tuff and discover that he was coming...

The Art and Art History Building on the Univeristy of Utah campus in Salt Lake City on Jan. 31, 2022.

The Underappreciation of Arts at the U

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor March 10, 2023

  If you were to ask anyone what the University of Utah excels at, you would certainly hear medicine, maybe engineering, and depending on how the season went, you might even be told football. But...

The University of Utah marching band performs during the San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl at SDCCU Stadium in San Diego, CA on Dec. 31, 2018.

The Marching Utes: A ‘Fun Uncle’ Family at the U

By Zach Anderson, Arts Writer March 10, 2023

  At every event, there is always an unsung hero — the stage crew in a rap concert, the lighting team in a play's production and, in this case, the marching band at every pep rally. Though many people...

Under the Umbrella Storefront in Salt Lake City. (Photo by Edie Raines | The Daily Utah Chroncile

Celebrate Abundance at Under the Umbrella’s Queer Poetry Night

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor March 6, 2023

  For two hours once a month, queer individuals (and non-queer allies) of any identity can enjoy the spoken word at Queer Poetry Night at Salt Lake’s queer bookstore, Under the Umbrella. A Space...

greenland by University of Utah School of Dance (Photo via @uofudance instagram)

Welcome to ‘greenland’: A School of Dance Collaboration

By Haley Freeman, Arts Writer February 9, 2023

  Welcome to “greenland,” a new collaborative work from the University of Utah School of Dance. “greenland” is co-choreographed and co-directed by five School of Dance faculty artists,...

(Courtesy of the Utah Symphony)

Emmanuel Pahud Performs Mozart’s Magic Flute Fantasy: A Night of History and Performance

By Zach Anderson, Arts Writer February 8, 2023

  On Feb. 3 and Feb. 4, the Utah Symphony played with Emmanuel Pahud, the principal flute of the Berlin Philharmonic, at Maurice Abravanel Hall. They performed a collection of beloved classics,...

Shirin (Vaneh Assadourian) waits for her father (Courtesy Pioneer Theater Company)

World Premiere of ‘A Distinct Society’ Handles Societal Issues With Grace

By Audrey Hall, Arts Writer February 7, 2023

  On Jan. 27,  “A Distinct Society” made its world premier at the Pioneer Theater. The play is loosely based on real events, and takes place in the Haskell Free Library which sits on top of...

The Daughter of the Regiment at the Capitol Theatre in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Heather Hopkins | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Utah Opera Presents: Donizetti’s ‘The Daughter of the Regiment’

By Heather Hopkins January 31, 2023

  The Utah Opera cast shone in a heartwarming rendition of Gaetano Donizetti’s “The Daughter of the Regiment.” The opera is a story of unconventional familial love and loyalty amid the Napoleonic...

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