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Utah Shakespeare Festival

A scene from in Utah Shakespeare Festival's Henry IV Part 1.

Karl Hugh, Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2014

The Utah Shakespeare Festival is held during the summer and fall on the campus of Southern Utah University in Cedar City.


The 2015 season runs from June 25 to Oct. 31.

Shakespeare Festival's 'Amadeus' dazzled me but offended others

The Utah Shakespeare Festival's brilliant production of "Amadeus" raises an important question: when portraying bad people behaving badly, how much is too much? Read more »

July 23, 2015

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Married actors draw on their relationship in delivering roles in 'Taming of the Shrew' at Utah Shakespeare Festival

Throughout their years with USF, married couple Brian Vaughn and Melinda Pfundstein have played a few lead roles opposite each other. This season, they've been brought... Read more »

July 18, 2015

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Utah Shakespeare Festival stages passionate rivalry in 'Amadeus'

In much the same way as Mozart's compositions, the Utah Shakespeare Festival's passionate and impressive production of “Amadeus” lingers in the mind long... Read more »

July 18, 2015

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'Charley's Aunt' keeps the laughs coming at Utah Shakespeare Festival

Audiences seeing a farce expect to find themselves laughing, and those who see the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s production of Brandon Thomas’... Read more »

July 18, 2015

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Utah Shakespeare Festival's 'Henry IV Part Two' struggles to overcome difficult script

Audiences set on seeing all of Shakespeare's history plays will not want to miss this one as it's rarely performed, but average theatergoers may prefer one of the... Read more »

July 18, 2015

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Utah Shakespeare Festival's 'King Lear' does tragedy justice

Productions of “King Lear” routinely give audiences a taste of what can follow decisions based on pride and ambition, but the Utah Shakespeare Festival... Read more »

July 18, 2015

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