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Doing God's Drinking
SLAC's "Joy of Going Somewhere Definite" finds its direction from the divine. [02-23-99]
— Scott C. Morgan, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Repackaged Goods
Something old, something new, something borrowed -- this sums up "Crazy for You" and "The Odd Couple." [05-11-98]
— Scott C. Morgan, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Meaning From Monotony
"Waiting for Godot" travels over vast terrain by going nowhere at all. [04-20-98]
— Scott C. Morgan, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Blatant Parallels
Plan-B's Fahrenheit 451 fires up the never-ending debate over censorship, blatantly asking for comparison to recent Utah headlines and events. [03-02-98]
— Scott C. Morgan, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Generational Divide
Three generations create and cope with the emotional fallout of Richard Greenberg's "Three Days of Rain." [02-23-98]
— Scott C. Morgan, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Longing and Loss
With a decidedly Irish accent, Brian Friel's "Dancing at Lughnasa" contrasts Christian values and paganism against encroaching technology. [01-26-98]
— Scott C. Morgan, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Switching Sex-Roles
Shakespeare's work withstands revisionist tinkering and the comedic brilliance of "Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet)." [12-08-97]
— Scott C. Morgan, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

An Ailing, Ancient House
They say that a miss is as good as a mile, but with Plan-B Theater Company's /An Ancient House/, the saying unfortunately holds true. [11-03-97]
— Scott C. Morgan, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Goodbye to Mind, Body and Soul
SLAC's play is imbued with many of the honest emotions and issues that are usually glossed over by Hollywood's takes on Alzheimer's. [10-20-97]
— Scott C. Morgan, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Revenge, Razors and Rolling Pins
Sweeney Todd is a sharp masterpiece, but PTC's production has dulled edges. [10-06-97]
— Scott C. Morgan, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Guilty Pleasure
Bard Copy -- the Utah Shakespearean Festival does the playwright right during its 36th year. [08-18-97]
— Scott C. Morgan, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

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