Richie T’s 3 July 7th 2016

Pegasus Hunter-

Pegasus Hunter, is a feature length film with Improvised dialogue in Mocumentary form. Produced and filmed locally Pegasus Hunter features several familiar faces from the improv, comedy, and acting communities across the Wasatch Front. The Pegasus Hunter premiere, talk back and afterparty is Happening tonight beginning at 7:30pm at the Water Gardens Holladay 6 in Holladay (1945 East Murray Holladay Road) Enjoy the premiere of the improvised comedy Tickets are $10. All proceeds go to sending Pegasus Hunter to film festivals.


Utah Shakespeare Festival-

Summer is in full swing when the Utah Shakespeare Festival is underway. If you have been before you have to go again. They have 3 All new theatre spaces plus an art museum, a new stage for the Green Show, and the excitement and energy is palpable. They dedicated the Beverley Sorenson Center for the Arts today (July 7th) but opening festivity celebrations continue through the weekend and performances continue into the Fall. I saw the show The Cocoanuts, a Marx Brothers screenplay adapted for the stage, last weekend. It is comedic brilliance not to be missed. @UtahShakespeare


Summit at Snowbird-

It’s gorgeous and it’s actually been something I have looked forward to seeing completed. For as long as I can remember I have taken the Tram to the top of Hidden Peak at Snowbird and all that was waiting for me was that dumpy wooden shack. They are ripping that sucker out because now they have a gorgeous restaurant at The Summit. The restaurants goal is local/healthy/fresh food and you get to eat it where it feels like you are on top of the world. *Bonus* Ride the Tram to the top, get lunch and then hike down. A great way to spend the afternoon. @Snowbird



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