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BWW Review: PAGEANT THE CHRIST OF FIRST EVERY SCERA: The MUSICAL Utah Fever is the Emotion

The first premiere in Utah of THE EVERY THE PICTURE CHESTER CHRISTMAS: THE MUSICAL, which is presented at the SCERA Arts Center, is a great family night throughout the holidays.

THE CHRISTMHE PARTNERSHIP HERE: THE MUSIC (Jahnna Becham's book and lyrics, music and lyrics by Malcolm Hillgartner) are based on the best seasonal book and playing by Barbara Robinson. When the children in the town are threatened, the main rules of the Christmas church's threat are threatened, the adults are worried about the loss of the holy nature of the people. The children are not afraid only. But the display may not be deleted after everyone.

The new music adaptation is uneven, and some of the original loss is charm and humor. However, winners are some of the songs, such as "Hey Mrs. Bradley," "My Mother Said" (renowned for "Carol of the Bells"), "Die Herod Die" and "On a Night Like This. "

These series also help with enthusiastic and choreography productions by Brodee Ripple, as well as Elizabeth Griffiths's hitting lighting.

The show is set out in the 1970s, with some fun episode at Deborah Bowman and Shawn M. Mortensen's series that works well to show the time and place (especially Bradley's home and Christmas tree).

Immediately Eli Hackworth as Ralph, Anna Kocherhans as Imogene (with his loud voice singing), Timothy J. Quesenberry as Leroy, Caleb Riding Mar Claude, Malcome Smith Mar Ollie, and Emme Chaffin as Gladys, They're funny and enjoyable.

Bradley's family is in charge of enjoyable performances, featuring Julia Jolley as Grace, Garret W. Smit as Bob (with his natural droll, acting on other acts), Abby Johnson as Beth and Everett Fairbourne as Charlie.

Like the content, this production is somewhat uneven with some of the design and the productions that do not meet the rest of the rest. The production has a fierce feeling, but the exhibition's contents are at the public theater, and it is easy to do with entertainment execution, inaccessive enthusiasm and the good feeling result.

If PAGEANT EVER'S PARTNERSHIP PAYANT is a holiday tradition for you and your family, you will not want to lose the chance to see it with this new music break. And if you're not familiar with the lively classics, even more than you see what the whole turns is.

THE CHIEF OF ORGANIZATIONAL PAGEANT: MUSIC'S OFFICERS by December 15, 2018. In the case of tickets, call the box office at 801-225-ARTS (2787) or go to www.scera.org.

Credit Photo: Photo by Rachael Gibson, courtesy of SCERA.

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