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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

Censoring Utah's Art
Art is a form of speech, or expression, and in many instances reflects the truth of our time more perhaps than words. Yet art is banned and censored regularly -- even in Utah. [10-27-97]
— Christopher Smart, 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]
— Soctt C. Morgan, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Politics Against Art
Right-wing attacks on the "trendy mediocrity" of the NEA are nothing new 3 should the space program be next? [08-11-97]
— Katha Pollitt, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Saturday's Voyeur '97
Now in its 20th year, Saturday's Voyeur reinvents itself as a media- and politics-driven free-for-all -- with a little Celtic dancing on the side. [08-04-97]
— Bill Frost, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Alternative Art on the Move
The Cordell Taylor Gallery and the city's alternative art scene move near the Gateway Project. [07-21-97]
— Ben Fulton, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

The Phantom of Park City
Providing public art at a very reasonable price--free! [06-20-97]
— Christopher Smart, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Nitty Gritty McEuen
The Dirt Band is gone, but its picker lives on the silver screen. [06-13-97]
— Kimberli Patterson, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

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