Rock of Ages is Nothin’ But A Good Time
Jun04

Rock of Ages is Nothin’ But A Good Time

The Ziegfeld Theater’s latest show, Rock of Ages, is a tale familiar to any one who has heard a romantic story: boy meets girl, boy loses girl, girl becomes stripper, boy becomes rock star…   Maybe not that familiar.   What is familiar about this rock and roll fantasy, especially to those of us who lived experienced our youth in the late 80s and early 90s, is the hair-metal music that is the foundation of this hilarious time...

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Murder as Foreplay—Good Company Theater goes for the jugular with Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story
Feb14

Murder as Foreplay—Good Company Theater goes for the jugular with Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story

By Autumn Barowski Last night’s opening of Good Company Theater’s Thrill Me had the packed house alternately gasping and giggling as they watched two ‘supermen’ play with fire…and stolen goods…and dead bodies. Based on the sensational story of Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb’s 1924 murder of a young boy and its aftermath, Thrill Me is a two-man show, told from the perspective of Nathan Leopold. In a series of vignettes, Leopold...

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Scoundrel? I like the sound of that. And so does The Ziegfeld Theater.
Feb09

Scoundrel? I like the sound of that. And so does The Ziegfeld Theater.

By AB Modern-day costuming and pop culture asides fuel The Ziegfeld Theater’s late winter laugh fest, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Directed by Zieg mainstay, Rick Rea, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels follows con men and heiresses, each trying in hilarious ways to get or keep their riches. Based upon the 1988 movie starring Steve Martin and Michael Caine, DRS extols the exploits of two con men as they compete for the fortune and affections of an...

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Indie Ogden review: Paul Mitchell School
Mar27

Indie Ogden review: Paul Mitchell School

Like everyone, I’m always looking for a great haircut and a good deal, two things that don’t always go together. Thankfully, the two can meet far more often since Paul Mitchell The School came to Ogden! I started taking my girls there for simple trims soon after the school opened, and was impressed by so many things. The facility is clean and well-lit, and set up exactly like a good salon. The students and faculty are...

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Indie Ogden Review: Brett Donnelly Gallery and White Space
Jan19

Indie Ogden Review: Brett Donnelly Gallery and White Space

  If there wasn’t enough evidence that Ogdenites love their art, these two galleries seal the deal. Both are located in developing 24-2500 block of Wall avenue. Brett Donnelly is a fine art photographer who travels the world in search of just the right shot. Using long-exposures and natural light, Brett’s photographs have a ‘glow’ that gives them an almost 3D quality. They are absolutely fabulous! Brett...

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