Posts made in June, 2014

City Weekly: Electrifying performances take the text to somewhere so potent that you need to remind yourself to breathe

Excerpt from review by Scott Renshaw, City Weekly

“There are moments in a successful theatrical production when electrifying performances take the text to somewhere so potent that you need to remind yourself to breathe…Utah Repertory Theater’s production of Craig Wright’s ‘Grace’ finds the desperate, yearning core that makes us need to believe in something.”

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Front Row Reviewers: ‘Grace’ is a Thought-Provoking, Introspective Piece

Excerpt from review by Eve Speer, Front Row Reviewers:

“I want to stress that this is a remarkably affecting, touching show and really shouldn’t be missed. I was very pleased with the show’s message and the performances given and encourage everyone to go see ‘Grace.'”

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Larissa Explains It All: You Will Be Touched

Excerpt of review by Larissa Villers, Larissa Explains It All

“Grace is a show that will make you think…there are characters and themes that will encourage you to contemplate your situation in life and your choices for light and happiness therein. I highly recommend this show. For those who attend, you will be touched.”

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UTBA: ‘Grace’ unforgettably explores time, space, doubt, and faith

Excerpt from review by Julia Shumway, Utah Theater Bloggers

“Grace” was unlike anything I’ve yet seen on stage. Wright’s script ambitiously tackles weighty abstractions like space and time and explores them within the context of four people’s transitioning faith. With so much on this play’s agenda, I’m still impressed at how much Wright and Utah Repertory Theater Company got right and have me thinking about the play days later.

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