Southern Utah University • September 29-October 1, 2022
The Utah Shakespeare Festival and Southern Utah University are thrilled to host the forty-sixth annual Shakespeare Competition. We are hopeful the competition will be held in person, but that is subject to change depending on current health and safety restrictions. There are also virtual components being planned that will be available to schools unable to travel to Cedar City. More details to come.
This page is updated as needed leading up to and during the competition. Check back often for the latest information.
Information about Campus and Spaces
- Stage Dimensions (Adams, Engelstad, Auditorium Theatres)
- Dance Spaces Dimensions (MC 116, MC 116A)
- Map of Campus
- Acting Monologue
- Acting Duo/Trio Scenes
- Acting Ensemble Scenes
- Dance Duo/Trio
- Dance Ensemble
- Music Minstrel
- Music Madrigal
- Tech Portfolios
The Shakespeare Competition cultivates the art of theatre, dance, and music, by providing active observation of peer and professional performance, educational creations based on Shakespeare’s plays and poems, and personal evaluation by working theatre and dance professionals.
Receive Southern Utah University Credit
Earn one university credit by participating in the Shakespeare Competition. This opportunity is available to all students who are sophomores, juniors, or seniors during the 2021-22 academic year. More information and an application will be coming soon.
Shakespeare Scene Resources
The following resources (MS Word and Excel files) may be utilized by teachers and students to find scenes for Shakespeare study and performance:
In addition, teachers and students may use our searchable database of Shakespeare scenes. The database contains hundreds of scenes, and you may sort them by play, characters, number of lines, etc.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival reserves the right to use images, video, and other recordings of students and schools attending the Shakespeare Competition for archival and promotional purposes. For more information, please contact the Festival at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, call 435-865-8333.