"When thou reviewest this."
—Sonnet 74

The reviewers have spoken. See what they have to say about our three plays by following the links below. Then see if you agree with them and their interpretations. Check back often, as we will add more reviews as they become available.

Charley's Aunt

Amadeus and Charley's Aunt at Utah Shakespeare Festival
 
    — Blair Howell, BroadwayWorld.com

'Charley's Aunt' keeps the laughs coming at Utah Shakespeare Festival
     — Rachel Brutsch, Deseret News

You'll go nuts over Utah Shakespeare Festival's 'Charley's Aunt'
     — Bruce Bennett, The Independent

'Charley's Aunt' goes nuts — in a good way
     — Carol Cling, Las Vegas Review-Journal

USF's 'Charley's Aunt' delights with inspired silliness
     — Barbara M. Bannon, Salt Lake Tribune

'Charley's Aunt' a barrel of laughs
     — Carin Miller, St. George News

'Charley's Aunt' splitting sides and slapping knees in Cedar City

     — Amber Peck, Utah Theatre Bloggers Association

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

USF adds beauty and interest to 'Two Gentlemen of Verona'
     — Rachelle Hughes, Iron County Today

USF offers fresh take on 'Two Gentlemen'
     — Lisa Larson, The Spectrum

Utah Shakespeare's 'The Two Gentlemen of Verona' has charm and depth
     — Barbara M. Bannon, Salt Lake Tribune

Worth the trip to see 'The Two Gentlemen of Verona'
     — Russell Warne, Utah Theatre Bloggers Association

Dracula

USF's production of Steven Dietz's 'Dracula' full of horror and magic
     — Rachelle Hughes, Iron County Today

Flawed 'Dracula' still enchants at Shakespeare Festival
     — Brian Passey, The Spectrum

Inconsistent adaptation undermines the power of Festival's 'Dracula'
     — Barbara M. Bannon, Salt Lake Tribune

Flaccid script sucks life out of 'Dracula'
     — Russell Warne, Utah Theatre Bloggers Association