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Jun 29, 2019 | Davis County, Theater Reviews, Utah

You’ll Want to Run to the Hopebox Theatre to See How They Run in Kaysville

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By Megan Holley

In Kaysville, Utah, See How They Run is being performed at the Hopebox Theatre. This show is filled with borrowed and mistaken identities and lots of laughter. The mission of the Hopebox Theatre is truly admirable: Most of what they make from sales goes to cancer patients. For this show, Riley McBride is the designated recipient, the funds supporting the medical costs for his acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

Penelope Toop (Katie Plott), the wife of Reverend Lionel Toop (Josh Curtis), is a former actress who uses her skills to convince her peers that two other characters—Man (Jeff Erickson) and Corporal Clive Winton (Josh Astle)—are her husband at various parts of the show. Plott portrays her character perfectly, from her comedically horrible singing to her consistency to Mrs. Toop’s personality.

Miss Skillon (Kristina Boler) goes from being the nosy neighbor to a very drunk woman. In her state of drunkenness, she performs much of her role from the closet Ida (Madison Moretti/Sheri Gillies) shoves her into. At one point in the show, Reverend Arthur Humphrey (Mark Andrus) shows up amidst all of the chaos and joins in.

Once the Bishop of Lax (Tim Behunin) arrives, the comedy increases tenfold. Behunin, Astle, Erickson, Curtis, and Andrus have an extremely comedic chase scene that lasts most of the show, which is likely why the show is called See How They Run.

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Sergeant Towers (Joseph Nichols) is the one to stop the chasing and get to the bottom of the craziness, but first he must find out who’s who.

Family duo Ryan Bruckman (Director/Set Design) and Stephanie Bruckman (Costume Design) made this show a sight to behold. Everything in this production is time-period appropriate, from the costumes to the props, creating a grounded environment for the ensuing mayhem to take place in. The lighting design by Derek Raynor is simplistic, yet just what the show needs. Soundboard operator Mark Pozzuoli balanced the sound perfectly for the space; it wasn’t too loud or too soft. If you’re looking to support a great cause and see a performance that will keep you laughing the entire night, go see See How They Run. This is truly a production that you will not want to miss.

Hopebox Theatre presents See How They Run by Phillip King, Arranged by Samuel French.

Hopebox Theatre, 1700 Frontage Rd, Kaysville, UT 84037
June 22 – July 6, 2019, Mon, Wed, Fri-Sat 7:30 PM, Sat matinee 2:00 PM
Tickets: $12-$17
Contact: 810-451-5259

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