The Utah Shakespeare Festival Guild is a 501(c)(3) non-profit service organization founded to serve, support, and promote the Festival. It does so through dues, fund raising efforts, and volunteer service.
This Guild-sponsored barbecue brings Guild members and the Festival company together for a great beginning to the season. The 2020 barbecue has not been scheduled yet. Check back later for more details.
Curtain Call Luncheons
Ask questions and listen to Festival actors during a delicious chicken/veggie fajita or pasta bar lunch.
The 2020 Curtain Call Luncheons have not been scheduled yet. Check back later for more details.
Christmas in July
The Christmas in July Arts and Crafts Faire will be on the lawn facing 300 West Street directly across the street from the Randall L. Jones Theatre. Numerous art, craft, and food vendor booths will be available for visitors and locals alike.
Costume fabric “Quiltations” and “Memory Globe” ornaments, handmade items, and Festival season key chains are provided by the Guild and will be available at Christmas in July and the Randall Gifts and Gallery.
The 2020 Christmas in July has not been scheduled yet. Check back later for more details.
Adopt an Actor
For a modest donation, you can "adopt" a Festival actor, wear a lanyard with his or her name on it, and write him or her a note. It's all in fun and a great way to support our amazing acting company.
Call or text 702-810-6959 for details.
Dues are $30 for individuals, $50 for couples, $75 for families, $60 for businesses, and $15 for students. Further donations are welcome. All dues and donations are tax deductible.
The Guild donates all profits from activities, membership dues and donations to the Festival. Over $51,000 was donated by the Guild to the Festival in the last two years.
Members joining by May 1 have names printed in the Festival Souvenir Program.
In addition to opportunities to volunteer for the Festival, Guild members receive free summer and fall company welcome barbecue invitations, and an invitation to the Guild’s annual meeting, featuring festival company speakers.
Top photo: Tasso Feldman (left) as Charley Wykeham, Betsy Mugavero as Kitty Verdun, Michael Doherty as Lord Rancourt Babberley, Brendan Marshall-Rashid as Jack Chesney, and Kelly Rogers as Amy Spettigue in Charley's Aunt, 2015. )