CATEGORY: THEATER REVIEWS


Tuacahn’s ‘The Prince of Egypt’ sizzles with emotion

By Rachelle Hughes Iron County Today Tuacahn’s 2018 production of The Prince of Egypt proves Tuacahn Center for the...


‘Merchant of Venice’ a traditional production with a few twists

By Rachelle Hughes Iron County Today My theatre partner curiously asked me why “Merchant of Venice” is one of...


‘Merchant of Venice’ a traditional production with a few twists

By Rachelle Hughes Iron County Today My theatre partner curiously asked me why “Merchant of Venice” is one of...


Neil Simon Festival’s Biloxi Blues a gripping production

By Rachelle Hughes Iron County Today Biloxi Blues may be part of a trilogy, but it is also a...


Utah Shakespeare Festival’s Othello a riveting experience

By Rachelle Hughes Iron County Today What happens when Shakespeare’s Othello, a gut-wrenching story before it even takes the...


‘Glorious Galaxies’ performed by OSU

By Rachelle Hughes Iron County Today   CEDAR CITY–Soul satisfying from beginning to end, The Orchestra of Southern Utah’s...


‘Frankenstein on the Air’ should become a new tradition

By Rachelle Hughes Iron County Today The world needs more Halloween theatre like Peter Sham’s new “Frankenstein on the...


In Review: USF’s ‘The Tavern’ is a delight

By Rachelle Hughes Iron County Today The finishing touch on Utah Shakespeare Festival’s fall season is a play with...


Long Lost First Play worth discovering

By Rachelle Hughes Iron County Today Three actors who play 47 characters and a little bit of all of...


Utah Shakespeare Festival’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ brings magic

By Rachelle Hughes Iron County Today Of course, a roaring 20s and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” mashup make for theatre...