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The Provo City Library, in conjunction with the National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature in Abilene, Texas, is host to the largest collection of original Golden Books art to be displayed in public. The show, displayed on he fourth floor of the library, will run through Sept. 23. Admission is free. Still worth their weight, Little Golden Books celebrated in Provo Library exhibit
    In 1961 Parade Magazine published a photograph of the new first lady, Jacqueline Kennedy, and her daughter, Caroline, sitting together on a step. Caro...
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  • This undated image released by Allied Live shows the cast of the musical Review: Salt Lake City backdrop makes ‘Book of Mormon’ jokes land with fresh irony
    Forget Broadway. If you can set aside the profanity and crudeness, there’s no better place in the world to watch The “Book of Mormon” musical than Sal...
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First national tour cast in the Divisive ‘Book of Mormon’ musical opens Tuesday in Utah
    No matter your opinion about that profane, sweet little “Book of Mormon” musical — perhaps you’ve heard of it — there’s a special thrill to a story ab...
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Hoping fans fill out forms for a chance to win tickets to the Gallery: ‘Book of Mormon’ fans wait for tickets to Salt Lake City show
    Utahns lined up in the Capitol Theatre lobby on Tuesday night, celebrating the preview of “Book of Mormon” musical’s 19-show run by signing up for a t...
    Updated Jul 29 2015 01:10 pm   |     |   Share

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Denee Benton and Cody Jamison Strand in the Now comes a book that takes the satirical ‘Book of Mormon’ seriously
    The creators of “The Book of Mormon” may have written the book on making a hit musical borrowing the title of Latter-day Saint scripture. Now comes a ...
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  • Utah conference will explore women’s roles, gender inequity in regional theater
    Statera Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to creating opportunities for women in regional theater, will hold its inaugural conference in Cedar City ne...
    Updated Jul 27 2015 08:41 am   |     |   Share
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Utah Shakespeare Festival's ‘Mary Poppins’ to fly over Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 55th season
    Mary Poppins, the complicated British nanny who is “practically perfect in every way,” will grace the stage at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, one of t...
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  • Ann Cannon: Breaking up — with Facebook — is hard to do
    Dear Facebook, How did it all come to this? You know what I’m talking about. THIS. Me, clicking onto a Buzzfeed quiz (“Which Disney Princess Are You?...
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  • Don Winslow returns to drug wars in ‘The Cartel’
    Don Winslow is obsessed, and he knows it. “People refer to this as the ‘Mexican drug problem’ and it’s NOT the Mexican drug problem. It’s the American...
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  • Judd Apatow reflects on a life in comedy in new book
    The comedy education of Judd Apatow began with unusual access to great comic minds, which he pried for straightforward instruction: How do you tell a ...
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The King's English hosts a southern tea party to celebrate the release of Harper Lee's new book, Harper Lee's ‘Watchman’ makes joining Team Atticus more complicated
    Consider the remarkable fact that Harper Lee’s second published novel, “Go Set a Watchman,” supposedly finished in 1957 and just published last week, ...
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  • Gallery Stroll: Art and letters combine in Darin Jones’ ‘Celebrate’ exhibit
    Add the Hotel Monaco to the venues taking part in this month’s Salt Lake Gallery Stroll. The hotel, at 15 W. 200 South in downtown Salt Lake City, is ...
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Tara Mcarthur and Brian Nelson, dancers in the upcoming NOW-ID show Utah company dances around in an exploration of place
    Charlotte Boye-Christensen, a Danish native, spent much of her choreographic life as a nomad. As a guest artist, it was natural for her to settle in f...
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  • A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2015 production of South Pacific. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2015.) Stage review: USF proves that classic ‘South Pacific’ can still delight contemporary audiences
    Cedar City • Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein and Josh Logan’s “South Pacific” was a landmark musical when it first opened in 1949. The second music...
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Michaela Johansen, 'Nina,' and Calbert Beck, 'Damon,' act out a scene during a rehearsal of Stage review: ‘Sunset Baby’ confronts uncomfortable truths about African-American society
    In the most powerful scene in Dominique Morisseau’s remarkable new play, “Sunset Baby,” receiving its regional premiere from People Productions, Nina ...
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  • Allie Babich (left) as Ela Delahay and Michael Doherty as Lord Fancourt Babberley in the Utah Shakespeare Festivalís 2015 production of Charleyís Aunt. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2015.) Stage review: USF’s ‘Charley’s Aunt’ delights with inspired silliness
    Cedar City • Mention “Charley’s Aunt” to any knowledgeable theatergoer, and the response is invariably the same: “I’m Charley’s aunt from Brazil … whe...
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  • A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festivalís 2015 production of Amadeus. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2015.) ‘Amadeus’ is densely layered drama
    Cedar City • “We were both ordinary men, he and I. Yet from the ordinary he created legends — and I from legends created only the ordinary.” Antonio S...
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  • Left: Louisa Hall. Right: The cover of AI novel ‘Speak’ raises questions about life, memory and immortality
    What does it mean to be alive? It’s a big question, and one that Louisa Hall, a literary professor in Austin, Texas, ponders in her new science-fictio...
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  • Melinda Pfundstein (left) as Katherine and Natasha Harris as Bianca in the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2015 production of The Taming of the Shrew. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2015.) Review: Utah Shakespeare Festival’s ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ is fast and furious fun
    Cedar City • “The Taming of the Shrew” is undoubtedly Shakespeare’s most problematic comedy for contemporary audiences. Kate’s characterization as “Ka...
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  • Tony Amendola (left) as Lear, Melinda Pfundstein as Goneril, Saren Nofs-Snyder as Regan, and Christopher R Ellis as Duke of Cornwall in the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2015 production of King Lear. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2015.) Review: Utah Shakespeare Festival’s ‘King Lear’ is full of sound and fury
    Cedar City • One of the striking images that characterize Utah Shakespeare Festival’s superb production of “King Lear” occurs late in the play when Le...
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  • A scene from the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2015 production of Review: ‘Henry IV, Part Two’ reveals the human story behind English history
    Cedar City • “Henry IV, Part Two” is a play about people and times in transition. Structurally, it creates a bridge between “Henry IV, Part One” and “...
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