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Theater Review: Fun Home - Powerful musical finds emotion in thoughts left unfinished

Follow this link to check out this great review from City Weekly on FUN HOME! City Weekly | Scott Renshaw  | April 9, 2018

The first Broadway musical to feature a lesbian lead finds a Utah stage

Click through to get a behind the scenes look at Fun Home in this great article from the Salt Lake Tribune! The Salt Lake Tribune | Ellen Fagg Weist  | March 29, 2018

Announcing the 18/19 Season!

Salt Lake Acting Company is delighted to announce its 48th season of brave contemporary theatre. SLAC has long been Utah’s premiere home for new plays and its 2018/2019 season features a host of exciting, funny, and poignant new work for Utah’s most adventurous audiences. The season opens with the searing…

The beginning of the rest of the world: Shawn Fisher’s “The Shuck” at SLAC

Take a look at this article by Matt Morris of Utah Arts Magazine for a sneak peek of tonight's free reading of THE SHUCK by Shawn Fisher!

Salt Lake Acting Company's ‘HIR’ is wildly comic and disturbingly provocative

Thank you for the fantastic review of HIR by Barbara Bannon! The Salt Lake Tribune | Barbara Bannonl | February 16, 2018

Hir and Now – Salt Lake Acting Company Brings Necessary Conversations to Salt Lake City with Taylor Mac’s Play

Take a look at this review from Front Row Reviewers by Gray Thomas! Front Row Reviewers | Gary Thomas | February 11, 2018

BWW Review: HIR at Salt Lake Acting Company

Check out this review from Broadway World by Blair Howell! Broadway World | Blair Howell | February 12, 2018

Theatre Review: HIR at SLAC

Take a look at this review of HIR by Taylor Mac from Jeremy Pugh at Salt Lake Magazine! Salt Lake Magazine | Jeremy Pugh | February 12, 2018

Play thought to be the first in Utah featuring a transgender actor playing a transgender character — and that’s when the pronouns get complicated

Check out this great preview article for HIR in the Salt Lake Tribune!  The Salt Lake Tribune | Ellen Fagg Weist | February 7, 2018

Real accounts of abortion choice form the foundation for Remarkably Normal

City Weekly | Kylee Ehmann | January 31, 2018 There are a million and one reasons why a person might get an abortion. Maybe they were assaulted and the pregnancy is deeply unwanted. Maybe they have a medical condition making pregnancy extremely dangerous. Or maybe they just don't want to…

STAG’S LEAP brings poetry to life

Utah Theatre Bloggers Association | Julia Shumway | January 23, 2018 In the wake of her divorce, Sharon Olds wrote poetry to reflect on the dissolution of a 30- year marriage. The resultant book, Stag’s Leap, combs through all that has to be put back into place after a once-organized…