Newsletter: News of the Festival @ Utah Shakespeare Festival (August 30)

The Festival has plenty of plays running through October 22, but four very popular shows are ending soon. Mary Poppinstakes its final bow September 3, and Much Ado about Nothing, The Three Musketeers,and Henry V close the following week. At times, these tickets have been hard to find, but right now we have tickets available for every show.
 
August 30, 2016  --  Cedar City, Utah
A scene from Julius Caesar
SHAKESPEARE E-GLOBE
A scene from The Three Musketeers
THE END IS NEAR: SUMMER PLAYS ARE ALMOST OVER
The Festival has plenty of plays running through October 22, but four very popular shows are ending soon. Mary Poppinstakes its final bow September 3, and Much Ado about Nothing, The Three Musketeers,and Henry V close the following week. At times, these tickets have been hard to find, but right now we have tickets available for every show.
 
THANKS TO OUR HEROES
The Festival is celebrating our Armed Forces with free tickets to any show on four days in September. We appreciate the sacrifices of the men and women who serve and want to recognize their dedication and commitment. 
         
Do you recognize any of these artists from early seasons at the Festival?
THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF FESTIVAL ARTISTS 
Want to know who played Othello in 1969? How about what roles Ty Burrell played when he was at the Festival? Or what play did Executive Director R. Scott Phillips direct? The answers to these questions and any others you may have about the artists who have worked at the Festival since 1962 are now available on our new searchable online database.
YOU MAY HAVE EXPERIENCED THEATRE . . .
But you haven't experienced theatre like this--in a venue reminiscent of Shakespeare, but with all the modern amenities. Watch our video of the new Engelstad Theatre and see why you just have to get tickets for the last few days.
 
Roderick Peeples (left), a Festival actor, teachers an acting class.
WHY WE VALUE (AND FOSTER) ARTS EDUCATION
For the Utah Shakespeare Festival, educating and inspiring future theatre artists and supporters is just as important as any marketing project and community event, so we foster enthusiasm for theatre with a number of eclectic classes and camps that not only train and teach, but inspire. 
PUT YOUR NAME ON IT
Name a seat in the new Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre for you, a loved one, or a business. There are still seats available in every section, and your donation is 100 percent tax deductible and goes to support the purchase and upkeep of seating and equipment in the theatre. 
 
 
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