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Salt Lake Magazine Review: Saturday’s Voyeur 2017

Review: Saturday’s Voyeur 2017 By Jeremy Pugh | Salt Lake Magazine | July 5, 2017 Can you believe the Russians are the bad guys again? As a middle-of-the-pack Gen-Xer, I caught the last wave of anti-Russia pop-culture vilification at a young age, mainly through Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoons featuring the…

Utah Theater Bloggers Review: Saturday's Voyeur 2017

Experience the balm of Gilead of SLAC’s SATURDAY’S VOYEUR By Elise Hanson | Utah Theater Bloggers | July 1, 2017 SALT LAKE CITY — It has been a rough year for Americans. No matter your political leanings, the impossibility of blocking the outcry of impassioned consternation from your universe is a…

Salt Lake Tribune Review: Saturday's Voyeur 2017

Review: Spying on the Russian connections in ‘Voyeur’ By Ellen Fagg Weist & Scott D. Pierce | Salt Lake Tribune | June 30, 2017 How do you satirize Utah's local culture under a Trump administration? The title of this year's edition of "Saturday's Voyeur" — the blunt-edged "The S--- Show"…

Salt Lake Tribune Preview Article for Saturday's Voyeur

Putin, Trump administration get ‘Voyeurized’ in Salt Lake Acting Company’s annual musical satire By Ellen Fagg Weist | Salt Lake Tribune | June 22, 2017   The plot of this year's "Saturday's Voyeur," Salt Lake Acting Company's annual irreverent musical satire, has been compromised by Russian connections, including a starring…

Utah Theatre Bloggers: HAND TO GOD Review

Give a hand to Salt Lake Acting Company's Hand to God by Andrea Fife | April 27,2017 Book-ended by monologues contemplating the nature, origin, and roles of basic Christian tenets of good, evil, the devil, and salvation, Hand to God tells the stories of a teenage boy Jason and his…

Introducing Rae Binstock

Salt Lake Acting Company is thrilled to announce the winner of the 2017 Davey Foundation Theatre Grant: Rae Binstock and her play A LAND OF NO MERCY. The finalists were:KINGS OF AMERICA by Sean Patrick NillTHE ROOM WHERE I WAS HELD by David Zax Rae’s play was selected from 30…

Broadway World: Hand to God Review

SLAC's Hand to God is Raucous, Irreligious, and It's a Must-See By Blair Howell The puppets in HAND TO GOD aren't Julie Taymor's puppets Salt Lake City theatergoers recently saw in the bus-and-truck production of THE LION KING.Salt Lake Acting Company primarily nurtures and produces works by new and emerging…

The Salt Lake Tribune: Hand to God Review

Salt Lake Acting Co.'s 'Hand to God' mixes bawdy humor with insights about human loss, longing By - Barbara M. Bannon Sometimes the way you do something is more important than what you do. Take Salt Lake Acting Company's regional premiere of Robert Askins' raucous, irreverent black comedy, "Hand to…

Salt Lake Acting Company Presents Free Reading of Six Short Plays by Local Veterans

Monday, April 24 @ 7pm   A BUS STOP CHAT by Doug MillerHAPPY DAY by Cornelius T. O’ConnorDEMONS by Bill FunkIT’S NOTHING by Kimberly KirtsTAKING SHORT CUTS by Victoria D. BurgessAT THE WALL by George Summer    Salt Lake Acting Company is proud to partner with Art Access and Utah…

Salt Lake Magazine: Hand to God Review

Review: SLAC's Hand to God By Jeremy Pugh Two words. Puppet sex. Yes. Those two words do actually mean “puppets having sex,” which was not at all what I expected last night during the preview of Robert Askins’ devilishly funny play Hand to God at Salt Lake Acting Company. And,…

Announcing the 17/18 Season!

Salt Lake Acting Company celebrates its 47th year of brave, contemporary theatre by bringing Utah audiences the critically acclaimed Tony Award-winning musical FUN HOME. In a season of thrilling theatrical possibilities, SLAC’s 17/18 line up will also feature brave and exciting new work from Chisa Hutchinson, Steve Yockey, and Taylor Mac,…