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Time for S.L. County to Keep Promise on Playhouse?

The Utah Heritage Foundation and Salt Lake County officials have begun considering funding options for the restoration of the Promised Valley Playhouse. The county wants the LDS Church to donate the theater to the county, rather than sell it and run the risk of it being demolished.

Mormon composers to be featured in Concert

In both Salt Lake City and New York City, LDS Soprano Ruth Ellis will present a program of music written by classical LDS composers, including Crawford Gates, Robert Manookin, Murray Boren and Robert Cundick. Entitled, "Out of Obscurity: Mormon American Art Song," the program includes lullibies, love songs, songs about the seasons, comdey and more.

BYU student lands lead role in upcoming Disney flick

Brigham Young University sophomore, Erin Chambers, has landed the lead role in an upcoming Disney movie, "Don't Look Under the Bed." The Halloween movie will premier in October on the Disney Channel and will have Erin playing an older sister who will help her younger brother deal with a prank-playing boogey man.

Mormon Artists Group premiere's MAGzine

New York's Mormon Artist Group (MAG) has issued the premiere issue of MAGzine, a semi-annual compilation of the work of LDS Artists in and around New York City.

BYU Singers to fill Carnegie Hall in New York City June 8th

The Brigham Young University Singers will finish an international tour with a June 8th concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City. The 40 voice group will have returned from a tour of eight cities in the United Kingdom, three cities in Israel and from Amman, Jordan.




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