Newsletter: Utah Shakespeare Festival August

TICKETS TO 2017 SEASON GO ON SALE AUGUST 12
Tickets to the 2017 season of the Utah Shakespeare Festival go on sale August 12. The season, late June through late October, includes nine plays (one more than in 2016), with five premieres and four enduring classics.  

 
August 2, 2016  --  Cedar City, Utah
Jack Lafferty (left) as Rochefort, Tasso Feldman as Aramis, J. Todd Adams as Athos, and Todd Denning as Porthos in The Three Musketeers.
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TICKETS TO 2017 SEASON GO ON SALE AUGUST 12
Tickets to the 2017 season of the Utah Shakespeare Festival go on sale August 12. The season, late June through late October, includes nine plays (one more than in 2016), with five premieres and four enduring classics.       
         
Neil LaBute
PLAYWRIGHT TO HOST "CONVERSATION"
Neil LaBute, one of the most frequently produced playwrights currently working in America, will host "A Conversation with Neil LaBute" August 20 in the Eileen and Allen Anes Studio Theatre, followed by a book signing in the theatre lobby. Presented by the Utah Shakespeare Festival, the event will focus on playwriting in general and LaBute's work in particular.
David Ivers (left) as Oscar Madison and Brian Vaughn as Felix Ungar
TALES OF THE WORLD'S WORST ROOMMATES 
Deciding to move in with a best friend and split the bills and household chores may seem like a great notion; but, as Neil Simon's play The Odd Couple proves, this could be the worst idea ever. Just ask these Festival employees as they share their roommate experiences.
 
BARDWAY, BABY! TO FEATURE PAST FESTIVAL MUSICALS
Bardway, Baby!, the annual fund-raising show featuring Festival company members, will feature songs from past Festival musicals, from Man of La Mancha to Les Misérables to South Pacific.
CABARET SHOWS ANOTHER SIDE OF ACTORS
The REACH Cabaret once again is offering its late-night variety show, with a chance to see Festival actors and artists perform in a different light. The REACH Cabaret is each Thursday through September 8. 
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