Happy Holidays from the Festival!
Our 2014 season features a world premiere of a new adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved Sense and Sensibility.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival soared this year in more ways than one.
Instead of a Playmakers where the local schools come to the Festival for a performance, they’re taking Playmakers to the schools with a production of Schoolhouse Rock.
Have you ever wondered what goes into casting for six plays that open in three days and play in repertory?
Don Weingust directed his first play at age five, an imaginary western starring himself as gun-blazing cowboy, set in his best friend’s suburban Michigan home.
This September, the International Festivals and Events Association (IFEA) paid tribute to the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s marketing and publications at the 58th Annual Convention and Expo in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
This weekend, more than 3,000 students from six states and 118 different schools will descend on Cedar City for the 37th annual Shakespeare Competition.
Three of the original creators of The Marvelous Wonderettes have joined together again to direct the Festival’s fall production of this musical trip down memory lane.
Barbara Jo Bednarczuk is back at the Festival for her fourth season, playing Cindy Lou in The Marvelous Wonderettes.
Preview of The Marvelous Wonderettes
David Ivers, Co-Artistic Director at the Festival, is playing the title role in Richard IIfor the Fall Season. He shared his thoughts about the role and the play.
Richard II Directed by Henry Woronicz and part of the Complete the Canon Project and the second play in the History Cycle.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival recently announced that Artistic Directors David Ivers and Brian Vaughn will once again be appearing together this fall on the Festival stage.
On September 6, the 10th annual fall food drive will kick off at the Utah Shakespeare Festival.
We'd like you to meet two company members: Barry Funderburg, a Sound Designer and Composer for the Festival and Katie Keener, a First Hand and Costume Stitcher.
Please enjoy getting to know a returning company member, Shelby Luke, who helps create our wonderful costumes and Alec TerBerg, a first year House Manager.
Meet Ruff Yeager, an actor, and Kyle Schellinger, a draper in the Costume Department.
Today, we'd like to introduce a returning member of the Festival Company: Roderick Peeples.
If you've seen Peter and the Starcatcher or Twelve Angry Men, then you have likely noticed Christopher R Ellis. Today, we are pleased to introduce Amanda Ellis who is also working for the Festival.
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