NEWS: NEWS FROM THE UTAH SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL (AUG. 29)

August 29, 2017 — Cedar City, Utah
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TRY SOMETHING NEW ATTHE GREENSHOW
Utah Shakespeare Festival audiences, who have loved this year’s edition of The Greenshow, have a chance for a different treat during the last week of the popular and free pre-play entertainment. On the evenings of September 4–9The Greenshow stage will become home to three local musical groups sure to be hits with Festival guests.                           
 
HELP US HELP THE LESS FORTUNATE
The Utah Shakespeare Festival is once again collecting food for the less fortunate in our community. The fifteenth annual Fall Food Drive will be September 4 to October 21, with a goal to raise as much food as possible for the Iron County Care and Share. Local residents can participate by donating six items of nonperishable food per individual on the day of the performance directly at the Festival and receive a half-price ticket to any Mondaythrough Thursday performance.
J. Todd Adams as Oberon and Melinda Parrett as Titania in A Midsummer Night's Dream.
WELCOME BACK SUU STUDENTS
The students are back at Southern Utah University, the home of the Festival, and we love having them here. SUU has numerous welcome back activities planned for students, including ThunderBard, an opportunity for all freshmen to see A Midsummer Night's Dream free. If you know a freshman at SUU, encourage them to show up at the Balcony Bards Seminar Grove onSeptember 15 or 16 at 7:30 p.m. for an orientation and a free ticket. Don't forget, they will need their student ID, and tickets are based on availability.
Tessa Auberjonois (left) as Jodie, Corey Jones as Tate, and Brian Vaughn as Brad in How to Fight Loneliness.
NEW PHOTOS OF HOW TO FIGHT LONELINESS
You've probably heard about the Utah Shakespeare Festival's world premiere of Neil LaBute's How to Fight Lonelinesswhich opened August 26. You've probably read about its powerful plot and muscular and realistic language. But, would you like to see what the play actually looks like? Well, our Festival photographer has been busy, and his photos are now posted on the website for all to see.
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