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Nov 10th 2011

November Arts At A Glance In SLC

One of the main reasons I love living in Salt Lake is the plethora of arts related activities and options. We have everything from classical music to heavy metal, from Broadway theater to community productions, from break dancing to ballet. There is something for just about every interest and, perhaps more importantly, something at every price. Here are a few events you can take advantage of this month: In just a few weeks the Natural History Museum of Utah will open in its new location.  They are holding a Grand Opening Community Gala on Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. For more information, visit the museum's website. The new space opens to the public Nov. 18. At Hale Centre Theatre you can see My Fair Lady, the beloved Broadway musicial that scored six Tony Awards. My Fair Lady plays Monday-Saturday evenings, and Saturday afternoons, through Nov. 26. Visit Hale Theatre for more info and tickets. Read More

Oct 26th 2010

Review Muah ha ha ha: Pioneer Theatre's Dracula

You usually don't expect to be spooked at the theater unless you're on a Halloween ghost tour and you know the place is haunted. Pioneer Theatre Company's Dracula (running now through Nov. 6), however, might make you squirm and put a chill in your veins. Read More

Sep 20th 2010

Review: Pioneer Theatre's Hamlet

To see or not to see, that is the question. Generally, when it comes to a Shakespearean play, you can't go wrong, and Hamlet-perhaps one of the Bard's longest plays (if not the longest) is no exception. The Pioneer Theatre Company's latest interpretation of the classic tragedy is good, it's worth your time, but you have to be willing to lose your preconceptions a bit-and willing to sit for three hours. Read More

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