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November A&E Brief

“The Flick”

260 25th Street, 2nd Floor

Nov. 6-22

Thursdays-Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at 4 p.m.

“The Flick” written by 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winner, Annie Baker, will be presented at Ogden Good Company Theatre. This full-length play portrays three employees at one of the last cinemas in Massachusetts that uses a 35mm film projector. Watch these characters clean the theater while reminiscing on more authentic times. Directed by Trent Cox, this play will be making its Utah debut starting Nov. 6—one part of the website says opening night is Nov. 5, but that’s inaccurate. Tickets are $15 online at or $17 at the door.


“Rear Window” Movie Showing

Egyptian Theatre

Nov. 13

7-9 p.m.

Are you an Alfred Hitchcock fan? Well, you’re in luck. On Friday the 13th, Peery’s Egyptian Theatre is showing “Rear Window,” starring James Stuart, Grace Kelly and Wendell Corey. This mystery/thriller depicts a young photographer L.B. Jeffries, aka Jeff, who breaks his leg on an action photo shoot and is then apartment-bound. In his boredom, he starts people watching his neighbors, one of whom Jeff suspects has murdered his wife. Tickets are $6 or $5 if you bring a can of food. Get tickets at the box office, online through Smithstix or by phone at 801-689-8700. Be sure to get there 30 minutes early to hear the “Mighty Wurlitzer” Theatre Pipe Organ.


Coffee and Canvas Art Class

Grounds for Coffee at 3005 Harrison Blvd.

Nov. 14

2-4:30 p.m.

Grounds for Coffee will hold an art class under the direction of local artist, Tommy Jo Vilello-Anderson. This month, you will be taught how to paint a cute “whimsical coffee cup.” You can make reservations at Grounds for Coffee or call Tommy Jo at 801-395-4302; seating is limited. To register it’s $35 per person or $60 for 2 people signing up together. This cost includes one speciality drink, 11″ x 14″ canvas and all the paint supplies.


Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party

Kneaders at 1953 Washington Blvd.

Nov. 17

4:30-7:30 p.m.

Start celebrating your Christmas holiday early at Kneaders on Washington Boulevard for a special Sugar Plum Tea Party. At this event, you will meet the Sugar Plum Fairy and other characters from “The Nutcracker,” get autographs and take a picture with them. Cost to attend is free and Kneaders will run a Sugar Plum Fairy Tea special: $2 for a hot chocolate and sweet bread. For more information, call the Julie Moffitt Ballet School at 801-786-1254 or visit

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