David G. Pace

DAVID G. PACE, a native Utahn, is a writer living in New York City. He worked as a theater critic in Salt Lake City for ten years.

City of Saints

Articles/Essays – Volume 51, No. 2

When Dennis Cormier arrived on the fifteenth floor of the Church Office Building in downtown Salt Lake City, his first appointment was already waiting. The visitor was fleshy, jowls and hips, about Dennis’ age, and…

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Mormon Angels in America: Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes

Articles/Essays – Volume 27, No. 4

For Mormons, the co-option of our most sacred story for the purposes of theater might at first seem blasphemous. In fact, Eugene England in his regular This People round-up of recent LDS-related books and plays…

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After the (Second) Fall: A Personal Journey Toward Ethnic Mormonism

Articles/Essays – Volume 31, No. 1

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Bash: Latter Day Plays: Bash by Neil LaBute

Articles/Essays – Volume 32, No. 3

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God’s Army: Wiggle Room for the Mormon Soul

Articles/Essays – Volume 35, No. 2

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Endowing the Olympic Masses: Light of the World

Articles/Essays – Volume 36, No. 1

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Our Big Fat Temple Weddings: Who’s In, Who’s Out, and How We Get Together

Articles/Essays – Volume 36, No. 3

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American Trinity

Articles/Essays – Volume 44, No. 2

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The Postum Table

Articles/Essays – Volume 47, No. 3

The family had been in the dream house about three months. It was October, and they were gathered for Family Night. A box of See’s chocolates, wrapped in glossy white paper, sat like the fruit…

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