Fall is the season of community involvement at the Utah Shakespeare Festival. From food drives to blood drives, from community donations to joint dramatic productions with the community, the Festival and the Cedar City area come together in unique ways during October and November.
Jesse Berger, director of this season's Dracula, sits down with us to discuss his introduction into the arts, his approach to this classic tale and the symbolism throughout.
Enjoy another great episode with the brilliant Robynn Rodriguez, director of this season's, The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Learn more about Robynn's introduction into the world of theatre, her experience as both an actress and a director and her journey here at the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Robynn sets this romantic comedy in the 1920s, during the "era of change" where these young lovers make choices in their adolescence and have to face the consequences.
Artistic Director, David Ivers, shares his thoughts about the 2015 Fall Season at the Utah Shakespeare Festival.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival is once again collecting food for the less fortunate in our community. The 12th annual Fall Food Drive will be September 11 to October 31, with a goal to exceed last year’s donation of 3,467 pounds of food to the Iron County Care and Share.
As the weather gets crisper and the nights get longer, the Utah Shakespeare Festival is gearing up for its fall season.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival is holding its 11th annual fall food drive from September 5 to October 18
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