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Spy Hop Productions presents the premieres of four films by the Utah youth of today, and produced over the last year through the intensive program PitchNic. Find out who could very well be the next Jesse Pepe, Frank Feldman, Dustin Lance Black, or Elizabeth Banks (I needed a woman…that’s who I came up with, so sue me!)

5Thursday — PitchNic World Premiere

Jeanne Wagner Theatre, Rose Wagner Center, 138 W. 300 South, 7:30pm. Tickets $8,



“Sailors on leave during World War II start the show off with a bang” Ballet West tantalizes our senses and, for me and Joshua Jones at least, our libido. Opening night of Iconic Classics includes a red carpet welcome, post-show dessert reception, live music and prize drawings. Next, “revel” in Repertory Dance Theatre’s glory when they celebrate its alumni dancers and choreographers.

6Friday — Iconic Classics

Capitol Theatre, 50 W. 200 South, times vary, through Nov. 14. Ticket prices $19-87, on 11/6 only $64-122,

19Thursday — Revel

Jeanne Wagner Theatre, Rose Wagner Center, 138 W. 300 South, 7:30pm, through Nov. 21. Tickets $30,



Unfortunately I haven’t been staying abreast (I wish there was an emoticon for giggling) on new, up-and-coming music artists, so the majority of the lineup below was compiled using my keen eye for band member/singer hotness. And, well … The Front Bottoms? Really?!!

7Saturday — The Front Bottoms

The Complex, 536 W. 100 South, 6:30pm. Tickets $16.50 Adv/$20 Day Of,

10Tuesday — An Evening with Macy Gray

Liquid Joe’s, 1249 E. 3300 South, 7pm. Tickets $35 Adv/$40 Day Of,

20Friday — Modern Baseball

The Complex, 536 W. 100 South, 6pm. Tickets $13.50 Adv/$16 Day Of,

21Saturday — Dustin Lynch

The Depot, 400 S. Temple, 7:30pm. Tickets: $29.50 Adv/$35 Day Of,

— Toby Lightman

The Club @ 50 West, 50 W. Broadway, 8:30pm. Tickets $20,

22Sunday — The Chainsmokers

The Complex, 536 W. 100 South, 7pm. Tickets $17 Adv/$22 Day Of,



Get your holiday shopping started today, and in the spirit of giving, your purchases will benefit animal rescue. Check out local handmade gifts, jewelry, baked and jarred goods and other gifts for the family including your own Toto or Liza or Roxie Poodle Nose.

14Saturday — Howliday Bazaar

The Family Dog, 4050 S. 2700 East, Holladay, 10am-4pm. Free,



A sex symbol of his time, the “dreamy” Tab Hunter wooed the women, and daresay a few men? The actor/singer “outed” by Hollywood? Find out his true proclivities in this biographic film. I wonder what would happen if Hollywood tried to out Meryl Streep, I mean the bitch wears Prada. Anyhoo, her new film about women’s suffrage is almost ironic, I mean hasn’t the bitch suffered enough with all her Oscars, Golden Globes and trillions of dollars … Oh wait, she’s being screwed by Nobel.

6Friday — Tab Hunter Confidential

Tower Theatre, 876 E. 900 South, times vary. Tickets $6.75-9.25,

13Friday — Suffragette

Broadway Centre Cinemas, 111 E. Broadway, times vary. Tickets $6.75-9.25,



Pioneer Theatre Company stages an Irish-style Hatfield and McCoy story. It’s funny though, the title seems to indicate a story about golf. Phew! Anyhoo, written by Academy and Pulitzer winner for Moonstruck and Doubt (the movie version starred that poor, withering bitch Streep) John Patrick Shanley, the show asks and answers ‘is it eternal love?’  And Pygmalion Productions stages an outrageous comedy about the harrowing suffrage of Hollywood actors. But this one is about Barbra Streisand … now she has definitely suffered, have you seen the schnoz?

1Sunday — Outside Mullingar

Pioneer Theatre, 300 S. 1400 East, UofU, times vary, through Nov. 14. Tickets $25-49,

6Friday — Buyer and Cellar

Black Box Theatre, Rose Wagner Center, 138 W. 300 South, 7:30pm Fri-Sat, 2pm Sun, through Nov. 21. Tickets $15-20,


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