Tyler Hinton has been a contributing editor at BroadwayWorld since January 2012. He has a BA from Brigham Young University (BYU) with an emphasis in Public Relations and a minor in Theatre Studies. In the past, he has written for the BYU Daily Universe and the Connersville (Ind.) News-Examiner. He also has extensive experience with many aspects of theatre, including producing, directing, music directing, performing, writing, marketing, and reviewing.
West Side Theatre Company will continue its successful inaugural season with the classic Oscar Wilde play The Importance of Being Earnest. With a Downton Abbey-inspired setting and a fresh take on the material, a company of exceptional local performers will breathe new life into the hilarious comedy of manners. Performances will take place on Thursday, Nov. 9, Friday, Nov. 10, and Saturday, Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. at Garden Near the Green. For more information, please visit www.westsidetheatreco.org.BWW Review: Pioneer Theatre Company's A COMEDY OF TENORS is Impeccably Cast October 24, 2017
The national tour of AN AMERICAN IN PARIS at the Eccles Theater is a beautifully crafted work of art that celebrates art in many forms. Dance, music, and visual art play important roles in both the plot and the production of the show itself, which is a unique combination of a ballet, a dramatic play, and a musical.BWW Review: A TALE OF TWO CITIES at Centerpoint Legacy Theatre is Sweeping October 5, 2017
Rob Lowe hit the stage of the Eccles Theater on Friday, September 29, 2017 in a brand new one-man show entitled STORIES I ONLY TELL MY FRIENDS: LIVE! The star of movies such as THE OUTSIDERS and TOMMY BOY, television dramas such as THE WEST WING and BROTHERS AND SISTERS, and television comedies such as PARKS AND RECREATION and THE GRINDER, proves to be as personable and charismatic of a presence onstage as he is onscreen.BWW Review: Renee Elise Goldsberry Performs a World-Class Concert at BYU September 11, 2017
THE HEART OF ROBIN HOOD at Hale Centre Theatre is a show that is difficult to describe but is so delightful and thrilling that you deserve to discover it for yourself. It is the pinnacle of what local theatre can be with a brilliant vision and a world-class production filled to the brim with creativity as it adheres to that vision. Truly enough cannot be said about how every detail combines to create an experience that is mesmerizing.BWW Interview: Cade Peirce on the Utah Premiere of ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY August 7, 2017
West Side Theatre Company will present a summer theatrical event for the entire family with the Utah premiere of the Kennedy Center's ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY. Adults and children of all ages will equally enjoy a night filled with fun, music, and laughter as they experience this musical from the author of the popular book. A company of exceptional local performers will bring the beloved story to life at the SilverLake Amphitheater on Saturday, Aug. 12 and Monday, Aug. 14 at 8 p.m. Tickets are available at the door for just $8 ($5 for children 12 and under). For more information, please visit www.westsidetheatreco.org. Cade Peirce, who plays the title character, gave BroadwayWorld the inside scoop on the show.BWW Review: Donny & Marie are Delightfully Versatile and Entertaining in Sandy July 12, 2017
The national tour of DIRTY DANCING at the Eccles Theater is eye-catching and heart stopping with fantastic talent. June 8, 2017
Emmy-winning siblings Derek and Julianne Hough returned to their home state on Wednesday, June 7 for two performances of MOVE - BEYOND - LIVE ON TOUR at the Eccles Theater.The crowd-pleasing show was a whirlwind of spectacle that allowed the Houghs to not only dance in many styles, but also sing and showcase their winning personalities. They brought impeccable technique, unmatched stamina, and genuine gratitude to an evening that was wildly entertaining and inspiring.BWW Review: Hale Centre Theatre's JOSEPH is an Amazing Technicolor Dream June 6, 2017
Due to popular demand, the non-profit West Side Theatre Company will present an encore performance of its initial production--FIRST IMPRESSIONS: A BROADWAY BENEFIT CONCERT--on June 9.BWW Review: Kristin Chenoweth Enchants at BYU May 22, 2017
The non-profit West Side Theatre Company has recently been formed to bring more theatre to the west side of Utah Lake, including Eagle Mountain and Saratoga Springs. Its initial production will be FIRST IMPRESSIONS: A BROADWAY BENEFIT CONCERT on April 28, when its first full season of entertainment will be announced.