The theater is small and rectangular. Three rows of stadium seats line each side with a small stage in the middle. You take your seat, the lights dim, and the show begins. Hale Center Theater Orem often gets overlooked. Each year the theater produces live musicals, . . . read more
Photo by Alan Levine St. George Utah is known for its red rocks, hikes, and amazing weather. It’s the perfect place to go if you want to escape the winter months. However, the biggest gem there is the Tuacahn Center for the Arts. This 2,000-seat . . . read more
Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, London Bridge—each of these and a thousand other landmarks make London worth seeing. But for many visitors, the most fabulous side of London is found in the west . . . the West End, that is. This side of London boasts . . . read more
Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, London Bridge—each of these and a thousand other landmarks make London worth seeing. But for many visitors, the most fabulous side of London is found in the west . . . the West End, that is. This side of London boasts some of Britain’s finest hotels, restaurants, cinemas—and, of course, theatres, the hallmark of West End.
One of the hidden gems of the performing arts world is the collection of high-quality theaters in and around Washington, DC. This small but powerful community of theater professionals has established a name for itself and is changing the future of American theater. Theater . . . read more
The works of William Shakespeare, the master storyteller, are popular in many languages and countries. Whether the play is in English or in German, whether it is shown under the open summer sky of an amphitheater or within an indoor arena, no theater-goer’s experience is . . . read more
Turn your pocket watch back 160 years, and Jacksonville, Oregon, explodes with activity. Gold fever has lured more than 2,000 settlers to the mines, and residents spend those gold nuggets in Jacksonville’s saloons, gambling halls, and shops. A few precious flakes even make their way . . . read more