Charlie's In The House: A UPR Theater Review

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Cache Valley critic Charlie Schill presents weekly reviews and previews of local theater productions. Charlie’s In the House will highlight the rich and varied entertainment scene in Cache Valley and throughout Utah. This Utah Public Radio program will focus on professional, community and academic theatrical productions and other special events.

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Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre

The Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre’s fireworks will begin right after the 4th of July this year. That’s appropriate because festival impresario Michael Ballam has surprises in store for all of us in the weeks ahead.

Lyric Repertory Company

The start of Cache Valley’s local theater season is just a couple weeks away. For the Lyric Repertory Company, according to artistic director Richie Call, the big news is six hot shows in three cool venues. The Lyric is staging six shows this year, rather than its traditional four, by moving three of those productions into theaters on the Utah State University campus.

Cache Theatre Company

In mid-April, the local Cache Theatre Company conspired to steal a bit of the thunder of the 2019 summer theater season with its production of the jukebox musical “Mama Mia.” The Lyric Repertory Company is slated to debut the same show in June, but CTC beat them to the punch.