News from the UTAH SHAKESPEARE Festival (OCT. 16)

October 16, 2017 — Cedar City, Utah
SHAKESPEARE E-GLOBE
James Newcomb (left) as Zachariah Freeman and Andrew May as The Vagabond in The Tavern.
FINAL WEEK. GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!
The lights will be extinguished and the curtain lowered on the 2017 season of the Utah Shakespeare Festival this week. Saturday is the final day of A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Tavern, and William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play (abridged). Don't procrastinate. Guests have been raving about these plays all season. So, get your tickets now. There are still good seats available for most performances on most days.                   
 
LOOKING FOR COSTUME IDEAS?
Get your ghoul on for Halloween! Or your princess, or soldier, or fairy. This annual holiday is a chance to dress up and become somebody else, if only for a day. And the Festival's amazing costume, hair, and makeup artists have gathered some great ideas and put them on two Festival Pinterest boards. Take a look, and let your imagination run wild this year.
FESTIVAL NAMES NEW GENERAL MANAGER
The Utah Shakespeare Festival recently announced that Kami Terry Paul, who has worked at the Festival in various marketing positions over the past sixteen years, has been promoted to the position of general manager. She will replace Zachary Murray, who recently took a new job at Southern Utah University. In her new position, she will be responsible for the business and financial operations of the Festival.
TXT 2 GIVE
Now you can give to the Festival, and help us close the gap between the cost of producing world-class theatre and the price of tickets--easily via text.To make a donation, simply text "bard" to the number 444999. It's easy. It's quick. And it's helps the Utah Shakespeare Festival continue to provide experiences which entertain, enrich, and educate.
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