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50th Anniversary
Utah Shakespeare Festival


2011 Shakespeare Summer Festival
June 23 - October 29, 2011

A Midsummer Night's Dream
By William Shakespeare
 
Richard III
By William Shakespeare

This luxurious tale of fairies, dreams, and moonlight is Shakespeare's most popular comedy. "The course of true love never did run smooth," but when the feuding king and queen of the fairies interfere in the couplings of mortals, the result is bedlam, from the roguish Puck to the rustic would-be actors, from the impish fairies to the young lovers.
 

King Richard has manipulated his way to the English throne by exploiting (or murdering) everyone in his path. Yet the ambitious son of York finds his wit and enigmatic charm are not enough to survive in the twisted world he has created. He now must face his own destiny in this haunting tale of the feats-and failures-of kings.


Romeo and Juliet
By William Shakespeare
 

The Music Man
Based on a story by Meredith Willson and Franklin Lacey

This timeless tale of "star-cross'd lovers" fills the stage with dashing swordplay and delightful wordplay. From the first blush of forbidden teenage love, to the blooming of a passion that fuels death itself, Shakespeare's classic love story thrills anew in every generation, with every new production.
 
When fast talking Harold Hill comes marching into town, you know there's going to be trouble right here in River City. His goal is to con the good townspeople out of their money, but Marian the Librarian has other plans. This wonderful slice of Americana will leave your entire family humming such familiar tunes as "Seventy-Six Trombones," "Gary, Indiana," and "'Till There Was You."

 

The Glass Menagerie
By Tennessee Williams
 
Noise Off
By Michael Frayn

This classic drama is a gripping portrait of an American family. Amanda Wingfield's young adult children, Tom and Laura, are desperately trying to pick their way among the romantic memories of their mother's past and the uncertain realities of their own future. In the process, they are haunted by both the beauty and the fragility of spun glass, and of human relationships..
 

Hilarious and frantic, this comic farce will whisk you backstage, to flubbed lines, false entrances, and a million-laughs-to the behind -the-scenes shenanigans of a tattered troupe of actors and the play they are desperately trying to stage in front of the footlights.


The Winter's Tale
By William Shakespeare
 
Dial M for Murder
By Frederick Knott

In this, one of Shakespeare's most beautiful romances, a king, a queen, and their daugher are reunited-both physically and spiritually-through the power of forgiveness. What begins as a tale of betrayal and jealousy becomes, through time, a story of love and cleansing reconciliation.
 

Tony married for money. Now he'll kill for it. And you'll be on the edge of your seat every thrilling moment of this quintessential murder mystery. It's a dark, dangerous, delightful whodunit of forbidden love, delightful suspense, blackmailers, and backstabbers-fuguratively and literally.



For more information on the Utah Shakespeare Festival, please visit their web site: www.bard.org or call: 1-800-752-9849

Other Events at the Festival

Backstage Tours
The Royal Feast
Play Orientations
The Greenshow
Punch and Judy Shows
 
Literary Seminars
Production Seminars
Plays-In-Progress
Curtain Call Lunches
Educational Opportunities


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