Author: Sara Claverie

Enjoy a marvelous evening of PILLOW TALK

OREM — Pillow Talk, played at the Hale Center Theater in Orem, was a delightful experience. The movie was adapted to a play by Christopher Sergel, and this performance was directed by Barta Lee Heiner. Set in 1958, this romantic comedy follows the drama of two professionals working from home and sharing a telephone line. A woman named Jan is running her interior design business from her home and can’t get and calls though because the man she shares a party line with, Brad, is always on the phone with different women. Unbeknownst to Jan, Brad uses the party line...

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Rakan’s PHANTOM MAP is the fringe-iest show this year

SALT LAKE CITY — An extremely talented group of dancers and actors, called Rakan, are performing their debut show, Phantom Map, at the Fringe Festival. This performance included Japanese Butoh dance as well as a script that was intriguing and sinister. The company’s expertise in the Butoh dance style was immediately apparent, and each movement was accented by their opening costumes which consisted of long robes, three red, one white, and scary-looking black gloves which lengthened each finger by at least double to a point. One performer wore a mask, and the others had black eye coverings. With great...

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