The 2016 Season Is Generously Sponsored by The George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation.

2016 Plays

Much Ado about Nothing

June 27 to September 8

Henry V

June 28 to September 10

The Three Musketeers

June 29 to September 9

The Cocoanuts

July 1 to October 15

The Odd Couple

September 14 to October 22

Mary Poppins

July 2 to September 3

Julius Caesar

July 29 to October 22

Murder for Two

August 4 to October 22

The Greenshow

June 27 through September 10, 2016

Upcoming Events

Military Appreciation Days at the Festival

The Utah Shakespeare Festival will be celebrating our Armed Forces on September 6, 7, 22, and 23  by offering free tickets to any performances those four days. The Festival appreciates the sacrifices of the men and women who serve and wants to recognize their dedication and commitment to this country

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Festival Announces New Play Program, Words3

The Utah Shakespeare Festival has announced a new name, an increased commitment, and an enhanced mission, for its new plays program. Formerly known as the New American Playwrights Project (NAPP), the Festival’s primary vehicle for exploring new works will now be a new program, Words3 at the Utah Shakespeare Festival.

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2017 Season Tickets On Sale

Tickets to the Utah Shakespeare Festival will go on sale to the general public on Friday, August 12. Playgoers can purchase tickets at the Festival ticket office near the Eileen and Allen Anes Studio Theatre, by calling 800-PLAYTIX, or online at

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Playwright To Host "Conversation" and Book Signing

Neil LaBute, one of the most frequently produced playwrights currently working in America, will host “A Discussion with Neil LaBute” August 20 at 5:30 p.m. in the Eileen and Allen Anes Studio Theatre. 

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Bardway, Baby! Scheduled for August 13

Bardway, Baby!, the annual fund-raising show featuring Festival company members, is scheduled for August 13 in the Randall L. Jones Theatre. This year the show will feature songs from musicals the Festival has produced in the past, from Man of La Mancha to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, from Les Misérables to South Pacific.

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