Wig from School of Rock

Wigs – All the Hairy Details

Lisa Larson Beauty and The Beast, Costumes, School of Rock, Technical, The Count of Monte Cristo 2 Comments

It’s one of the few things that can truly change a person’s appearance in a matter of minutes. But when you see it on stage, you might not realize it’s there. Wig Master Cheyenne Holbert gives all the hairy details behind the hundreds of wigs at Tuacahn in this month’s Backstage Notes spotlight. “…a multitude of wigs to tell the …

One of the horses from the Count of Monte Cristo.

Animals Add to the Visual Spectacle

Lisa Larson Animals, Beauty and The Beast, Technical, The Count of Monte Cristo 1 Comment

If there’s one thing that is sure to elicit an audible gasp among Tuacahn audiences, it’s when a live animal makes its way on stage. Camels, sheep, goats, horses, even a peacock — animals bring an added layer to the visual spectacle of so many of Tuacahn’s productions; just another of the things that makes this outdoor venue so unique. …

Fireplace set from Annie

Painting Sets

Lisa Larson Annie, Beauty and The Beast, Million Dollar Quartet, Technical, The Count of Monte Cristo 2 Comments

Amid glowing praise for this year’s Tuacahn production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, one of the common descriptions is something like, “The show is just so beautiful!” That beauty can be credited, at least in part, to the artistic talents of Scenic Charge Artist Cynthia Klumpp. “…I loved doing the stage when I was on stage, but now this …

5 Reasons To Come See Annie at Tuacahn Amphitheatre

Tuacahn Staff Animals, Annie, Cast Members, Orchestra, Technical Leave a Comment

1 – The Children of the Cast Along with our Annie, our Orphans are also local actors from St. George, Utah. These children are immensely talented, with great energy, and have been working hard in this “Hard Knock Life” to put on an incredible show for you.  They’ve been coming together to make their own family here at Tuacahn. Annie …