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Giveaway! Hale Centre Theatre | My Son Pinocchio: Geppetto's Musical Tale

We were lucky enough to be invited by Hale Centre Theatre to see My Son Pinocchio: Geppetto's Musical Tale. It's even more lucky, because my kids usually can't go to plays because they are young, but this show, is for kids ages 3 and up! I was super excited to see what my littles would think! I was glad to see that the play was actually written by Disney, so I knew it wouldn't get very intense. I'm not sure I've even shown them the Disney cartoon version of Pinocchio yet, but they have read the book a few times

Forever Plaid | Hale Centre Theatre

Last weekend, I took my two older girls, ages 5 and 7, and my stepmom to see the production of Forever Plaid, currently showing at the brand new Hale Center Theater in Sandy. If you've ever attended any show at Hale Center Theater's location in West Valley, you know that every single production is fantastic. The casting is always spot-on, the acting is superb, and the music (if the production is a musical) is wonderful Forever Plaid is no exception. I actually had never seen (or heard of) Forever Plaid before, so I really had no idea what to expect

Giveaway | Sister Act | Hale Centre Theatre

I’ve always loved going to plays. High School plays, local plays, Broadway plays. Especially, when I find one a story that I love or know all the songs. So naturally, I was SUPER excited to go to Hale Centre Theatre. Hale Centre Theatre invited The Salt Project to a Behind the Scenes tour of their current building. I say current because next year…they will have the most technologically advanced stage in the WORLD. (For those of you who remember Pinky and the Brain cartoons, just be sure to say that in Brain’s voice.) That’s a pretty big statement. The new
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