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Guess who's appearing on our stages this fall! You will definitely recognize and be excited about the actor playing Doctor Watson in
Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, as well as the great comic actor playing Robert in
Boeing Boeing. And, of course, don't forget all the fine actors in
Twelfth Night. These three plays are featured in the Festival's fall season until October 18.
Nell Geisslinger (left) and Grant Goodman in Twelfth Night
If you missed
Twelfth Night this summer, it's not too late to see our acclaimed production, directed by David Ivers. This popular Shakespearean romantic comedy plays through October 17; and for shows the next two weekends (September 5, 6, 12, and 13), you can get $10 off all tickets purchased online, in any seating section. Just follow the link below and use the code SEPTEMBER in your shopping cart. Hurry. It's not too late to enjoy this hilarious and touching love story.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival will be celebrating our Armed Forces on Friday, September 12 and Saturday, September 13 by offering free tickets to the evening performances of Twelfth Night for military personnel and their families up to six. The Festival appreciates the sacrifices of the men and women who serve and wants to recognize their dedication and commitment to this country.
Construction fences are up and demolition of old buildings begins this week. Soon, the new Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts (including two new Utah Shakespeare Festival theaters and related buildings) will be rising north and east of the current Randall L. Jones Theatre. You can keep track of the construction any time by viewing the construction site on our webcams. Watch history in the making and check in often.
Once again, our neighbors to the south, Nevada Ballet Theatre, are presenting Shakespeare in dance. The company will launch its 43rd main stage performance season with A Midsummer Night's Dream Act I and Seasons on September 20 at 7:30 pm and September 21 at 2 p.m. Whimsical and charming, delightful and fanciful, William Shakespeare's classic comedy, A Midsummer Night's Dream, embodies all of these feelings and more as George Balanchine's masterful ballet brings this story to life on the Reynolds Hall stage.