Results tagged with 'first stage'
Published Jan. 18, 2015
Life for the new kid in a high school can be tough especially if that kid is a little bit unlike the other kids in school. Stargirl is clearly different, but she stays true to herself and find unlikely truths in her new classmates in the First Stage production.
Published Nov. 29, 2014
First Stage's mission is to transform lives through theater. With "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Musical" on one magic opening night the lesson is driven home with a couple of six-year-old girls who found things that took them to places they'd rarely been before.
Published Oct. 18, 2014
Most of the time when a play opens, it's easy to figure out who the star is - usually an actor with a major part. Sometimes, the star can be something else, like a director or a composer or a costume designer. Rarely would anybody pick a lighting designer as the star, unless they see the wonderful production of "Sherlock Holmes: The Baker Street Irregulars" that opened the season for First Stage.
Published Oct. 13, 2014
For the eighth time, the nationally acclaimed First Stage Young Company sent 14 of its members to compete in the Utah Shakespearean Festival/Southern Utah University Shakespeare Competition, held Oct. 10-11 in Cedar City, Utah. The team of 14 high school students from the First Stage Theatre Academy's pre-professional training program for teens won first place overall for its division, as well as placing second for its ensemble scene, third place for monologues and another first place in the duo/trio category.
Published May 4, 2014
"Nancy Drew and Her Biggest Case Ever," imaginatively directed by artistic director Jeff Frank, is the kind of show you've come to expect from First Stage. But even with all the wondrous elements of a typical First Stage production, there was something missing from this effort.
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