Newsletter: Utah Shakespeare Festival (August 17)

HURRY! THE SUMMER PLAYS ARE NEARLY GONE!

 

 
August 18, 2016  --  Cedar City, Utah
Ben Livingston (left) as Benedict and Kim Martin-Cotten as Beatrice in Much Ado about Nothing.
SHAKESPEARE E-GLOBE
Leslie Lank (left) as Katherine and Sam Ashdown as King Henry V inHenry V
HURRY! THE SUMMER PLAYS ARE NEARLY GONE!
It has been a record-breaking season of sold out performances at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and you may not have been able to get tickets to our most popular titles. But tickets are still available for the final weeks of the summer plays. Don't delay; act now to see what the Los Angeles Times said is "the most noteworthy summer theatre complex in North America."    
         
WHAT'S ON YOUR PODCAST APP?
We hope the podcasts you subscribe to include the Festival's Play On Podcast. Recent episodes include discussions with all five summer directors, as well as actors (including Elizabeth Broadhurst and Eddie Lopez who play Mary Poppins and Bert in our "practically perfect" musical.
WORDS3: A NEW VISION FOR NEW PLAYS 
The Festival has announced a new name, an increased commitment, and an enhanced mission, for its new plays program. Formerly known as the New American Playwrights Project (NAPP), the Festival's primary vehicle for exploring new works will now be a new program, Words3.
 
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