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2016 a Landmark Season

2016 a Landmark Season

Nine Directors Imagine the Festival’s 55th Season

“An imaginative and exciting 2016 season is rapidly moving from ideas to fully-realized theatrical events at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, as nine highly-talented and experienced directors are hard at work on visions of their individual plays.” #UtahShakes #VisitCedarCity

Enjoy a Festival Christmas

Are you looking for a fun, family friendly, affordable way to celebrate the Christmas season? How about Christmas at the Homestead—the Frontier Homestead State Park Museum, that is!

Long-Time Festival Leader Announces Retirement

Long-Time Festival Leader Announces Retirement R. Scott Phillips, executive director of the Utah Shakespeare Festival, has announced his plan to retire at the end of the Festival’s 2016 season. He will continue with the Festival through March 1, 2017 to ensure a smooth and successful transition for his successor. Phillips’ decision to retire will bring to a close a career spanning forty years of continuous service to the company and its patrons. September 07, 2016

Frontier Homestead State Park

Are you looking for a fun, family friendly, affordable way to celebrate the Christmas season? #HomesteadChristmas #VisitCedarCity via @visitcedarcity

Festival Bids Farewell to Adams Theatre and Shines a Spotlight to the Future

Utah Shakespeare Festival blog: Festival Bids Farewell to Adams Theatre and Shines a Spotlight to the Future, Sept. 7, 2015. @utahshakespeare, #utahshakes, #btscenter, www.bard.org

Children Invited to Audition for Roles in Festival’s Mary Poppins

Children invited to audition for the Utah Shakespeare Festival's 2016 production of Mary Poppins on March 19, 2016.