"Stones have been known to move."
— Macbeth

The excitement for the new Beverley Center for the Arts grows every day, especially now that the Festival staff has moved into their new office spaces.


The last two weeks of April have been moving days for the staff at the Utah Shakespeare Festival. The new Festival administration offices were the first portion of the new Beverley Center for the Arts completed, and the staff quickly moved into their new digs. Construction workers are working feverishly on the new theatres and the Southern Utah Museum of Art for our July opening.  

Nathaniel Taggart (left), annual fund manager, and Fred C. Adams, founder, gather up empty boxes as they move in.

Nathaniel Taggart (left), annual fund manager, and Fred C. Adams, founder, gather up empty boxes as they move in.

Justin Jorgensen, sponsorship and special events manager, gets to work in his new office.

Justin Jorgensen, sponsorship and special events manager, gets to work in his new office.

The new workroom still needs to be organized.

The new workroom still needs to be organized.

 
Ashley Starr, group services coordinator, tries out her new chair.

Ashley Starr, group services coordinator, tries out her new chair.

The stairway to the upper level.

The stairway to the upper level.

Becky Stucker, budget officer/accounts receivable, moves in.

Becky Stucker, budget officer/accounts receivable, moves in.