From: Utah Shakespeare Festival <[email protected]>
Subject: News from the Festival—Shakespeare in Love Edition
Date: May 16, 2017 at 4:03:46 AM MDT
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May 16, 2017—Cedar City, Utah
SHAKESPEARE E-GLOBEShakespeare in Love Edition
Scenic design by Scott Davis
DESIGNER SKETCHES AND DESIGNSShakespeare in Love in the Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre this summer will provide an interesting perspective to the Bard's work. Among other places, much of the action takes place in an Elizabethan Theatre, both onstage and backstage. The costumes and scenery, therefore, must reflect the styles of Shakespeare's day; but they must also help carry forward the action of an Elizabethan play being rehearsed and performed in a sixteenth century theatre, all staged within the Festival's beautiful new outdoor theatre.
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