Utah Shakespearean (plus other) Festival

Theatre & Opera | | August 2, 2007 at 06:06

utahshake.jpgJun 21 started the annual season of the Utah Shakespearean Festival, which is not entirely Shakespeare. There are two performances every day at 2pm and 8pm, with Sundays & Mondays black. Wed & Sat are tours starting at 10:15 am.

These four by the bard:
“Twelfth Night”
“Coriolanus”
“King Lear”
“The Tempest”

Other plays:
“Candid” (George Bernard Shaw)
“Lend me a Tenor: the Musical” (Peter Sham, Brad Carroll, Ken Ludwig)
“The Matchmaker” (Thornton Wilder)
“Art” (Yasmina Reza)
“The Mousetrap” (Agatha Christy)
“New America Playwrights Project” (3 new plays each week)

There are too many side-bar activities, including seminars and backstage tours, to list here, so go to the website for full information and to order tickets. Tickets range from $22- $48 depending on seating, time and day of the week. bard.org.

The website calendar shows performances through Oct 27. The Festival is located in Cedar City Utah about 2.5 hours north of Las Vegas on the I-15.