"Your visitation shall receive such thanks."
Let us help you plan your visit to the Festival, with the following resources for choosing lodging, dining, sightseeing, and other services.
Free parking is available near all our theatres, including a large lot on the northwest corner of 300 West and Center Street.
1- Eileen and Allen Anes Studio Theatre
2- Questar Ticket Office
3- Festival Administration Offices
4- Garth and Jerri Frehner Rehearsal/Education Hall
5- Ellen’s Sweet Shoppe
6- Gardner Memorial Clock Tower
7- Festival Gift Shop
8- Ashton Family Greenshow Commons
9- Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre
10- Balcony Bards Seminar Grove
11- Southern Utah Museum of Art
12- Randall L. Jones Theatre
13- Randall Gifts and Gallery
14- Festival Child Care
We are committed to making the Festival experience the best we possibly can for all our patrons.
Parking for those with disabilities is available on Shakespeare Lane and other areas noted on the map above. Shakespeare Lane provides the closest access for drop off and ramp entrances for the Randall L. Jones Theatre and the Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre. Center Street/University Boulevard provides the closest drop off and ramp entrance for the Anes Studio Theatre.
All Festival theatres are accessible to persons with disabilities and are equipped with hearing-enhancement headsets, available for no charge in the theatre lobbies.
Closed captioned and audio described services are offered for each production; check the calendar for dates.
Contact the Ticket Office to purchase wheelchair-accessible seating.
Please inform the Ticket Office when you purchase tickets if you need these or other services. All accommodations should be requested at least seven working days prior to attendance.
To accommodate those with sensory needs, we will present a special Sensory-Friendly Performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at 2 pm. on September 21, at a reduced ticket price. It will incorporate modifications including increased lighting in the seating area, lower sound levels, and a more relaxed audience experience allowing movement and audible reactions in the theatre, fidget toys, etc. Tickets are only available by calling the Ticket Office at 800-PLAYTIX.
This map should help you find your way to anywhere at the Beverley Center for the Performing Arts. It also points out directions to parking and child care. In addition, the center has many signs pointing the way, or you may ask one of our helpful customer service professionals.
1. Questar Ticket Office
2. Festival Administration Offices
3. Garth and Jerri Frehner Rehearsal/Education Hall
4. Simmons Family Plaza
5. Ellen’s Sweet Shoppe
6. Zions Bank Courtyard
7. Gardner Memorial Clock Tower
8. Festival Gift Shop
9. Stillman Sculpture Court
10. George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Grand Promenade
11. ALSAM Foundation Gallery
12. Emma Eccles Jones Terrace
13. Festival Costume Studio
14. Catherine and Robert Pedersen Shakespeare Character Garden
15. Sam and Diane Stewart Family Plaza
16. Ann and Winston Brundige Patio
17. Randall Gifts and Gallery
During the play, you can relax knowing your children are enjoying their time in our safe, professional facility.
Child care for children up to the age of ten years old is provided during all plays, but not during other Festival activities. Our professionally staffed, safe, and state-licensed facility is located at 123 S. 300 West Street, just south of the Randall L. Jones Theatre.
The cost is $10 per child per play. All child care must be reserved and purchased through the Ticket Office at 800-PLAYTIX.
"Shakespeare-under-the-Stars" sometimes necessitates a poncho or a light wrap, so come prepared. The Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre is an outdoor space, with limited covering over the audience and stage. Performances will continue during inclement weather, possibly after short delays. We will make every effort to complete the performance, even if it is raining. Umbrellas are not allowed, but rain ponchos are appropriate. If a performance is cancelled before intermission, a credit will be issued to all guests in attendance at the performance. The Festival will not issue credits if the show is canceled after intermission.
Take home something to remember your trip to the Utah Shakespeare Festival and southern Utah.
Take home lasting memories of your Festival experience by picking up cards, books, souvenir programs, jewelry, clothing, and many other items at the Randall Gift and Gallery in the Randall L. Jones Theatre.
Whether it is a snack before the play, a hot or cold drink at intermission, or extra world-famous tarts to take home with you, the Festival has you covered. The Randall Theatre, The Engelstad Theatre, and the Anes Theatre concession stands, as well as other locations outside the theatres, offer snacks and beverages.
Top photo: a scene from Henry V, 2016.