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The Utah Shakespeare Festival produces the work of Shakespeare and other classic playwrights in three spaces at the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts in Cedar City Utah. Plays, orientations, seminars, Greenshows, classes, camps, and tours...more
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Came for the festival and spent the days hiking. Cedar City is a great base to explore the phenomenal natural beauty in Southern Utah. It’s a quaint and interesting town.
Saw 3 evening performances: The Liar, The Foreigner and Othello. Liked The Liar (hilarious) and...More
We are not into the deep Shakespeare plays. We chose to go and see The Foreigner, based on the play bill.
It was great. Lots of good comedy, family clean. We laughed a lot, enjoyed the play and got home safe. Great evening.
If you've never experienced Shakespeare this is the place to do it. The play orientations prep. you for the story and are absolutely essential if you're unfamiliar with history and the plot of the play. I fell in love with this a year ago and...More
Unfortunately we sat at the end of the D row. Your seats are straight and so you get a cramp in your neck looking center stage! My girlfriend was almost in tears after a 3 hour play! Everyone gets a cup holder except those seats...More
Went to Merchant of Venice in the outdoor theater. Very disappointed in the quality of acting considering the ticket price. Some of the actors were fabulous (whomever played Shylock), but most were very weak (for instance, the woman who played Portia). Women who played Antonio...More
This is the 7th year I've attended the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and it is the quality of the productions, the selection of plays, and the literary seminars that keep me coming back year after year. I have seen other productions of some of the plays...More