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LOVE, DEATH, & Everything

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2014 THAT’S US

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Volume 53, Number 1 • Winter 2014 • © Copyright 2014 Utah Shakespeare Festival 351 West Center Street • Cedar City, Utah 84720 Published Annually • February 2014

The Experience Calendar

R. Scott Phillips, Executive Director David Ivers, Artistic Director Brian Vaughn, Artistic Director

The Plays

Keeping theatre relevant demands that we constantly change. The Utah Shakespeare Festival must continually re-envision itself for the society we live in and the humanity we serve. This task is sometimes daunting, but always energizing. For instance, in 2014 you will see three modern classics, a new play commissioned by the Festival, and four Shakespeare plays which remain true to the Bard but are, perhaps, imagined differently. You will also notice construction on the Festival’s long-dreamed-of Shakespeare center, including two new theatres. These new theatres will honor the past of the beloved Adams Shakespearean Theatre, but will have an eye on the future with the addition of modern conveniences and technology. So join us this year as we honor our roots and look forward to a thrilling future. That’s Us! The Utah Shakespeare Festival.

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AN EYE on the FUTURE

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Architects’ conceptual drawing of the new Shakespeare theatre, opening in 2016

S T H G I N K E V BR A and

WILD NIGHTS

HENRY IV PART ONE WRITTEN BY William Shakespeare DIRECTED BY Brian Vaughn

DATE June 23 to August 30, 2014

WHERE Adams Shakespearean Theatre THE PLAY Civil war still smolders around Henry IV’s

new kingdom. However, the heir to his father’s throne, Prince Hal, ignores the gathering storm clouds and parties wildly with his debauched friends, including the hilarious rogue, Sir John Falstaff. Ultimately, the prince must choose between the revelry of his bar buddies and the bravery of a soldier and king—because his choice will shape the future of a nation. SPONSORS Rocky Mountain Power and Utah Public

Radio.

#henry4 Complete the Canon (details on page 15). The third play in the Festival History Cycle (details on page 15).

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Featuring Henry Woronicz as Sir John Falstaff

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STAKE yer CL AIM

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WRITTEN BY William Shakespeare

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THE COMEDY OF ERR DIRECTED BY Brad Carroll

DATE June 25 to August 30, 2014

WHERE Adams Shakespearean Theatre

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THE PLAY Antipholus and Dromio are bewildered.

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Every dusty road they turn down looks just like the last one, and every prospector and saloon girl seems to know more about them than they know about themselves. The more they try to unravel the lunatic events swirling around them, the more farcical their lives become. It’s double the laughter with two sets of twins and twice the fun when Shakespeare’s hysterical comedy is re-imagined in the California gold rush of 1849. SPONSORS Questar, Deseret News,

and Cherry Creek Radio.

#comedyoferrors Featuring Aaron Galligan-Stierle as Dromio of Syracuse

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Complete the Canon (details on page 15).

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JUSTICE and MERCY

MEASURE FOR MEAS

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WRITTEN BY William Shakespeare DIRECTED BY Laura Gordon

DATE June 24 to August 29, 2014

WHERE Adams Shakespearean Theatre THE PLAY Can goodness survive in a corrupt society?

Can evil be meted out, with justice and mercy? Can chaste, innocent Isabella endure the foul machinations of those around her? Shakespeare, in this seldom-produced but daring “dark comedy,� tests integrity and decency to their limits. But, in the end, Isabella remains virtuous, and truth proves stronger than swords and evil men. SPONSORS Friends of the Utah Shakespeare Festival

and KUER.

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Featuring Steve Wojtas as Angelo

Welcome

FAIRY TALES? G ET R E A L

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INTO THE WOODS MUSIC AND LYRICS BY Stephen Sondheim BOOK BY James Lapine

DIRECTED BY Jeremy Mann DATE June 25 to August 30, 2014

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WHERE Randall L. Jones Theatre THE PLAY An uncertain Cinderella. A bloodthirsty

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Little Red Ridinghood. A wicked witch—who sings and dances? They’re all among the cockeyed characters of this fractured fairy tale. But in this modern musical, happiness-ever-after is not always what it seems: Actions have consequences, charming princes have flaws, and, well, killing a giant can make the giant’s wife very angry. SPONSORS Utah Division of Arts &

Museums, Canyon Media, and The Las Vegas Review Journal.

#intothewoods

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Featuring Brian Vaughn as the Baker

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PASSION ever R ATIONAL?

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FROM THE NOVEL BY Jane Austen ADAPTED FOR THE STAGE BY Joseph Hanreddy

and J. R. Sullivan

DIRECTED BY Joseph Hanreddy DATE June 24 to August 29, 2014

WHERE Randall L. Jones Theatre THE PLAY Full of repressed passion and soaring

emotions, this world-premiere adaptation of Jane Austen’s romantic novel was commissioned especially for Festival audiences. It tells the touching and comic story of the Dashwood sisters who are both looking for true love, but in very different ways. Elinor is all about using her rational head, while Marianne invariably follows her compassionate heart—and both their stories have just the right mix of Austen’s humor, romance, and happy endings. SPONSORS The Shubert Foundation

and Classical 89.

#sense&sensibility Featuring Grant Goodman as Colonel Brandon

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Welcome

FINDING LOVE when you

LEAST EXPECT IT The Plays

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T WELFTH NIGHT WRITTEN BY William Shakespeare DIRECTED BY David Ivers

DATE June 23 to October 17, 2014

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WHERE Randall L. Jones Theatre

THE PLAY Orsino loves Olivia (who won’t give him the

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time of day). Olivia loves Viola (whom she thinks is a boy). Viola loves Orsino (who doesn’t know she’s a girl). Malvolio loves being in love, and Andrew, Toby Belch, and Maria love life to its fullest. It’s all rollicking confusion, but this hilarious cast of characters, in the end, does find love when they least expect it. SPONSORS Zions Bank, Highway Stations,

and MediaOne.

#twelfthnight

Featuring Melinda Pfundstein as Olivia

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Complete the Canon (details on page 15).

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L ADIES’ MAN and a MAN’S L ADIES

BOEING BOEING WRITTEN BY Marc Camoletti

DIRECTED BY Christopher L. Moore DATE September 17 to October 18, 2014 WHERE Randall L. Jones Theatre

THE PLAY Bernard is engaged to Gloria. And to

Gabriella. And to Gretchen. The playboy bachelor is living the life, juggling the arrivals and departures of three gorgeous flight attendants. But his supersonic lifestyle goes into a tailspin when flight schedules change and all three ladies arrive at his apartment on the same evening. It is a bumpy, but hilarious ride in this farce, full of flirtatious hijinks, slamming doors, and utter confusion. SPONSOR The Cedar City/Brian Head Tourism Bureau.

#boeingboeing

Featuring Sara J. Griffin

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Featuring Quinn Mattfeld

Welcome

MURDER is ELEMENTARY

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S H E R LO C K H O L M E S : THE FINAL ADVENTURE

ADAPTED BY Steven Dietz BASED ON the original 1899 play by William Gillette

and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

DIRECTED BY J. R. Sullivan

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DATE September 18 to October 18, 2014 WHERE Randall L. Jones Theatre

THE PLAY Could this be Sherlock Holmes’ final case?

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Could the logical detective who has survived poison, pistols, and other predicaments actually be laid low by his love for a woman? The villainous Professor Moriarty thinks so. And, despite the best efforts of Holmes and Dr. Watson, Moriarty may just be right. “The game is afoot, Watson—and it is a dangerous one!” SPONSORS The Emma Eccles Jones

Foundation, The Spectrum, and KUED.

#sherlock

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Featuring Roderick Peeples

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FESTIVAL EXPERIENCE

See the calendar on pages 18-23 for times and locations.

N E W A M E R I CA N PL AY W R I G HTS PRO JECT

Discover a new play when playwrights spend a week at the Festival and Festival actors and artists present their plays as staged readings, followed by an instructive discussion between the playwright, actors, and audience. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the Ticket Office, online, or at the door. Sponsored by The John M. and Rosalind J. Horrigan Foundation.

GU I LD O F TH E UTA H SH A K ESPE A R E FESTI VA L E V ENTS

The Guild sponsors the following events in support of the Festival. For more information, visit the website at bard.org/about/guild.html or email guild@bard.org. Curtain Call Luncheons: Lunch and question-and-answers with Festival actors and artists. July 1, 11, 18, and 22 and August 1, 5, 12, 19, and 26, 11:45 a.m., SUU Alumni House. $17.50 in advance through the Ticket Office or online, $20 at the door. Christmas in July: A festival of food, arts, and crafts vendors. July 25 and 26, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., free to the public.

BACKSTAG E TO URS

Peek behind the scenery and into the Festival’s various production areas to see how all the magic comes together. Participants must be able to negotiate stairs. Tickets are $8 at the Ticket Office.

R E PE RTO RY M AG I C

One of the most magical (and difficult) aspects of repertory theatre is the twice-a-day change-over. Lighting, scenery, props, costume, and sound technicians must hurry to change everything from the matinee show to the evening show. It is a fascinating and well-choreographed process. Now, you can witness the scene change, and ask questions as it is happening! Tickets are $8 at the Ticket Office. 12

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The Greenshow: The Greenshow is the perfect way to spend thirty minutes before the show. Each summer evening on the lovely green surrounding the Adams Theatre, this pre-show entertainment features spirited song and dance. Add Elizabethan sweets, and you’ll have a fun-filled frolic to prepare you for the main stage performance that follows.

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FR E E W ITH YO UR TI CK E T

Sponsored by Wells Fargo and The Marriner S. Eccles Foundation.

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Play Orientations: Heighten your experience by learning about the play before you see it, as well as asking questions about the Festival and Cedar City. Sponsored by The Ashton Family Foundation.

Literary Seminars: Share your views with others about Festival plays, their interpretation, and their subtle nuances in these freewheeling discussions led by theatre experts each morning in the Seminar Grove.

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Funded in part by the Utah Humanities Council.

Prop Seminars: See how hundreds of props and special effects help create the Festival magic you see on stage.

Sponsored by The S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney Foundation and The Ray, Quinney and Nebeker Foundation.

Costume Seminars: Learn how the Festival’s elaborate costumes are designed, fabricated, and maintained. Actor Seminars: Meet the Festival actors and ask questions about their roles, careers, and experiences. Sponsored by The Balcony Bards.

SO U V EN I RS

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Take home lasting memories of your Festival experience by picking up cards, books, souvenir programs, jewelry, clothing, and many other items at the Randall Gift and Gallery in the Randall L. Jones Theatre or in the Gift Shoppe located near the Adams Shakespearean Theatre.

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Sponsored by The Guild of the Utah Shakespeare Festival.

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FESTIVAL EXPERIENCE

FOO D A N D BE V ER AG ES

The Sweet Shoppe in the courtyard of the Adams Theatre offers light breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as refreshments before the plays and at intermissions (summer only). The Randall Theatre concession stand offers snacks and beverages.

CH I LD CA R E

Children under the age of six years are not admitted to Festival plays. For children six and older, please familiarize yourself with the plays before ordering tickets. Child care for children up to the age of ten years and children with special needs is provided during all plays, but not during other Festival activities. Our professionally staffed, safe, and state-licensed facility is located at 123 S. 300 West Street, just south of the Randall L. Jones Theatre. The cost is $20 per child per play. Advance reservations are required through the Ticket Office at 800-PLAYTIX (800-752-9849).

G I F T CE RTI FI CATES

Gift certificates in any denomination are available at the Festival Ticket Office or anytime online.

CO NTENT A DV I SO R I ES

Although most of our shows are suitable for all audiences, please check play descriptions on our website for the latest information on content. If you have further questions, contact us at guestservices@bard.org or 800-PLAYTIX.

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The Plays

The Utah Shakespeare Festival has announced an exciting new initiative to produce the entire canon of Shakespeare’s thirtyeight plays between 2012 and 2023—and we hope you will join with us and collect these memories for yourself. We will make it easy for you by providing methods to keep track each season. During these years, you may have more than one opportunity to see such plays as The Comedy of Errors and Twelfth Night, but productions of plays such as this year’s Measure for Measure and Henry IV Part One will definitely be more rare. So start planning now; you don’t want to miss a single experience.

Welcome

CO M PLE TE TH E CA NO N

TH E FESTI VA L H I STO RY CYCLE

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As part of the Complete-the-Canon Project, the Festival is producing all ten of Shakespeare’s history plays in chronological order, beginning in 2013 with King John and Richard II, then continuing this year with Henry IV Part One, and in the future with Henry IV Part Two, Henry V, Henry VI Part One, Henry VI Part Two, Henry VI Part Three, Richard III, and Henry VIII. One of the goals of the History Cycle is to give a cohesiveness to this series of plays that will be engaging and dramatic.

PA R K I NG

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Free parking is available near all our theatres, including a large lot on the northwest corner of 300 West and Center Street. Some lots have been closed due to construction on the new Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts. Please refer to the map on page 30.

RAIN

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In case of a light sprinkle, the show will go on in the outdoor Adams Theatre. In case of heavy rain, comparable seating will be provided in the indoor Auditorium Theatre. Please keep your ticket so that Guest Services personnel can verify your rain stage seat number.

PEO PLE W ITH SPECI A L N E E DS

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Photo: Melinda Pfundstein (left) as Rosaline and Matt Mueller as Berowne in Love’s Labour’s Lost, 2013.

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All Festival theatres are accessible to persons with disabilities and are equipped with hearing-enhancement headsets, available for no charge in the theatre lobbies. ASL interpreted, audio described, and captioned performances are scheduled for each production. Check the calendar on pages 18–23 for dates. Please inform the Ticket Office when you purchase tickets if you need these services. Other accommodations should be requested at least seven working days prior to attendance.

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FESTIVAL EXPERIENCE

WAYS TO LE A R N

Shakespeare-in-the-Schools Tour: Each January through April, a cast of professional actors is on the road to present a seventyfive minute adaptation of one of your favorite Shakespeare plays, designed for middle schools and high schools. Performances are followed by a post-show discussion with the actors. Shakespearience: Join us for a fun day created especially for school groups. This event includes a matinee and may include a post-show discussion. Backstage Tours and/or workshops may be available for an additional cost. Classes: Our classes offer everything from Shakespeare for Junior Actors to Theatre Methods for the Classroom, from Actor Training to Tech Camp, from Shakespeare Forum to Acting for Directors. Camp Shakespeare: This six-day experience offers special sessions and programming in an all-inclusive package, including food, tickets, and lodging. Call 661-654-2121, or visit www.csub.edu/campshakespeare. Shakespeare Competition: Thousands of middle- and high-school students will gather at the Festival and Southern Utah University from October 9 to 11 to compete in theatre, music, and dance, receiving instruction from working professionals. For information on educational events or to register, visit us online at www.bard.org/education or call 435-865-8333. Photo: a scene from Peter and the Starcatcher, 2013.

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As you might imagine, ticket sales alone cannot cover the costs of the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s productions and all of the additional educational activities we’ve added to round out the Festival experience. We hope you will help by donating and becoming a valued member.

The Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts: Construction on the new Center begins March 27, but there is still much to do and many funds to raise. If you’d like to be a part of this exciting project, please contact Fred C. Adams at 435-586-7884.

Randall L. Jones Theatre Memorial Seats: Inscribe your name, the name of a loved one, the name of your group or business, or the name of anyone you would like to uniquely honor on a memorial seat.

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For more information, membership brochures are available in the theatre lobbies. To donate, call 435-586-7880 or visit us on the web at www.bard.org/giving.

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Planned Giving: If you would like to make a lasting difference, consider making the Festival a part of your will or estate planning.

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Endowment Fund: Your contribution to the Festival’s Endowment Fund is an investment in the theatre’s future. Each year, interest earned on the fund’s principal helps the Festival meet its operating budget and provide top-quality theatrical productions.

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Membership: We have various membership levels for your consideration. A gift in any amount is important and appreciated. Each level comes with different benefits as our way of saying thank you for your generosity.

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PERFORMANCE LOCATIONS Adams Shakespearean Theatre Randall L. Jones Theatre Auditorium Theatre

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1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth (P) 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Henry IV (P)

All times are Mountain Daylight Time. Literary and Actor Seminars: Seminar Grove (inclement weather, the Auditorium Theatre); Adams Theatre shows, 9 a.m.; Randall Theatre shows, 10 a.m.

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Repertory Magic: Randall Theatre lobby; starting times are approximate; event will begin soon after the Randall matinee ends. Play Orientations: Adams Theatre or Auditorium Theatre Greenshows: Adams Theatre Courtyard (P) Preview Performance (O) Opening Performance (T) Two-for-One Discount (M) Member Reception (information at bard.org/giving)

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9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sense (P) 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Measure (P)

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9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 11:00 Costume Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth (O) 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Henry IV (O)

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9:00 Lit. Seminar 11:00 Props Seminar 10:00 Lit. Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth (M) 4:30 Repertory Magic 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Comedy 8:00 Woods (T)

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9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Actor Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Comedy 2:00 Woods 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Measure 8:00 Sense

9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 11:00 Props Seminar 10:15 Backstage Tour 10:15 Backstage Tour 1:15 Play Orientation 11:00 Costume Seminar 11:00 Actor Seminar 2:00 Sense 1:15 Play Orientation 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Comedy 4:30 Repertory Magic 2:00 Twelfth 6:45 Play Orientation 5:30 Fundraising Gala 2:00 Woods 7:10 Greenshow 6:45 Play Orientation 6:45 Play Orientation 8:00 Comedy 7:10 Greenshow 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Measure 8:00 Henry IV 8:00 Woods (T) 8:00 Sense 8:00 Twelfth

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9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 11:00 Actor Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 1:15Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth (P) (P) 2:00 Woods 6:45 Play Orientation 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Henry IV (P) 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Comedy (P)

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PERFORMANCE LOCATIONS

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Adams Shakespearean Theatre Randall L. Jones Theatre Auditorium Theatre

All times are Mountain Daylight Time. New American Playwrights Project (NAPP): Six – Six Seconds Break – Breakout Hamlet’s – Hamlet’s Shakespeare (see page 12 for more information) Literary and Actor Seminars: Seminar Grove (inclement weather, the Auditorium Theatre); Adams Theatre shows, 9 a.m.; Randall Theatre shows, 10 a.m. Costume and Props Seminars: Randall Theatre Backstage Tours: Randall Theatre lobby Repertory Magic: Randall Theatre lobby; starting times are approximate; event will begin soon after the Randall matinee ends. Play Orientations: Adams Theatre or Auditorium Theatre Greenshows: Adams Theatre Courtyard (T) Two-for-One Discount (B) Back-to-School Discount (A) Assisted Performance (signed, audio description, and/or captioned) (S) Shakespearience (school groups will be in attendance.) (M) Member Reception (information at bard.org/giving) (C) Closing Performance

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9:00 Lit. Seminar 11:00 Props Seminar 10:00 Lit. Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth (BAS) 4:30 Repertory Magic 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Measure (B) 8:00 Sense (BT)

9:00 Lit. Seminar 11:00 Props Seminar 10:00 Lit. Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sense (SB) 4:30 Repertory Magic 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Comedy 8:00 Woods (BT)

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9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Costume Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth (SB) 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Measure (B) 8:00 Sense (B)

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9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Actor Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sense (BAM) 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Comedy (B) 8:00 Woods (B)

9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 11:00 Props Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth 4:30 Repertory Magic 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Measure (BA) 8:00 Sense (BT)

9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:00 NAPP: Break 11:00 Props Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sense (B) 4:30 Repertory Magic 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Comedy (B) 8:00 Woods

9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:00 NAPP: Break 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Costume Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sense 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Comedy 8:00 Woods 9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:00 NAPP: Hamlet’s 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Costume Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Comedy 2:00 Woods 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Henry IV (A) 8:00 Twelfth

9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:00 NAPP: Six 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Actor Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sense 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Henry IV 8:00 Twelfth

9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:00 NAPP: Break 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Actor Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Measure 8:00 Sense 9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:00 NAPP: Hamlet’s 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Actor Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sense 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Comedy (A) 8:00 Woods

9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:00 NAPP: Hamlet’s 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Actor Seminar 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Costume Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Comedy (C) 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth 2:00 Woods (C) 6:45 Play Orientation 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Measure (C) 8:00 Henry IV (C) (C) 8:00 Sense 8:00 Twelfth

Visitors’ Guide

9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:00 NAPP: Six 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Actor Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Comedy (B) 2:00 Woods 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Henry IV (B) 8:00 Twelfth (B)

9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 11:00 Props Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Comedy 2:00 Woods 4:30 Repertory Magic 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Henry IV 8:00 Twelfth

9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:00 NAPP: Six 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Costume Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Comedy 2:00 Woods 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Measure 8:00 Sense 11:30 Bardway,Baby

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9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 11:00 Props Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth 4:30 Repertory Magic 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Comedy 8:00 Woods

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9 & 10:00 Lit. Seminar 10:15 Backstage Tour 11:00 Actor Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sense 6:45 Play Orientation 7:10 Greenshow 8:00 Henry IV 8:00 Twelfth

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PERFORMANCE LOCATIONS

Randall L. Jones Theatre

All times are Mountain Daylight Time. Literary Seminars: Randall Theatre (Alumni House on September 18 – 20) Actor Seminars: Randall Theatre

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Props Seminars: Randall Theatre Backstage Tours: Randall Theatre lobby Repertory Magic: Randall Theatre lobby; starting times are approximate; event will begin soon after the matinees end. Play Orientations: Auditorium Theatre (P) Preview Performance (O) Opening Performance (S) Shakespearience (school groups will be in attendance.) (T) Two-for-One Discount (B) Back-to-School Discount (A) Assisted Performance (signed, audio description, and/or captioned) (M) Member Reception (information at bard.org/giving)

9:00 Lit. Seminar

9:00 Lit. Seminar

1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sherlock (B) 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Twelfth (BT)

Photo: Quinn Mattfeld (left) as The Black Stache and Aaron Galligan-Stierle as Smee in Peter and the Starcatcher, 2013.

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1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Boeing (BM) 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Sherlock (BT)

1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Boeing (S) 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Sherlock (BTA)

1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sherlock (SM) 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Twelfth (BT)

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9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Props Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth (SB) 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Boeing

9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Actor Seminar 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Sherlock (P)

9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Actor Seminar 11:00 Backstage Tour 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sherlock (SB) 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Twelfth (B)

9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Props Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Boeing 4:30 Repertory Magic 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Sherlock

9:00 Literary Seminar 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Twelfth (B)

9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Actor Seminar 11:00 Backstage Tour 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Boeing

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9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Actor Seminar 11:00 Backstage Tour 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sherlock (B) 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Twelfth (B)

9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Props Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Boeing 4:30 Repertory Magic 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Sherlock

9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Actor Seminar 11:00 Backstage Tour 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Boeing

9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Actor Seminar 11:00 Backstage Tour 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth (B) 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Boeing (B)

9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Props Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Sherlock 4:30 Repertory Magic 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Twelfth (C)

9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Actor Seminar 11:00 Backstage Tour 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Boeing (C) 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Sherlock (C)

High School Shakespeare Competition

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9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Props Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Boeing (S) 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Sherlock (B)

FRIDAY

Visitors’ Guide

9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Props Seminar 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth (SB) 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Boeing (AB)

9:00 Literary Seminar 10:00 Actor Seminar 11:00 Backstage Tour 1:15 Play Orientation 2:00 Twelfth (S) 7:00 Play Orientation 7:30 Boeing (B)

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Tickets

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your T E G TICKETS H OW TO O R D E R

All tickets are non-refundable Internet: www.bard.org Telephone: toll-free 800-PLAYTIX (800-752-9849) or 435-586-7878 Mail: Ticket Office; Utah Shakespeare Festival; 351 W. Center Street; Cedar City, UT 84720 Walk-up: Randall L. Jones and Auditorium theatre ticket offices at the corner of 300 West and Center streets

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All times listed are Mountain Daylight Time Now through June 20: Mondays through Fridays, Telephone service only—10 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 23 to August 30: Mondays through Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. September 3 to October 18: Mondays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Our online Ticket Office is always open.

D I SCO UNTS

The Utah Shakespeare Festival offers discounts to groups, schools, senior citizens, etc. For information, call the Ticket Office at 800-PLAYTIX (800-752-9849). Discounts are not available online.

TI CK E T O FFI CE PO LI CI ES

Children: Children under the age of six are not admitted to our plays. For child care information, see page 14. Exchanges: Tickets may be exchanged if new tickets are available. Old tickets must be returned to the Ticket Office before exchanges can be completed. A $5 charge will be assessed for each ticket exchanged. Members with donations of $100 or more may exchange tickets at no cost. We accept American Express, Discover, Mastercard, and Visa. All plays, times, and prices are subject to change without notice.

PLE ASE NOTE

The Utah Shakespeare Festival charges no service or mailing fees.

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TICKET PRICES June 23 through October 18, 2014 Adams Shakespearean Theatre

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At 10 a.m. the morning of each performance, sixty-six gallery bench seats and forty Lord’s Gallery seats go on sale for $17 (M-W) and $21 (Th-S). Tickets (limit four per person) may be purchased at the Auditorium Ticket Office outside window. These seats provide a partially obscured view of the stage.

Auditorium Theatre Adams Theatre matinees of The Comedy of Errors are in the indoor Auditorium Theatre.

M–W Th–S 60 64 50 54 42 46 34 38 28 32

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Randall L. Jones Theatre Please add $4 each to Into the Woods tickets.

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Backstage Tour — $8 Repertory Magic — $8 New American Playwrights Project — $10 per play

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IT PAYS TO PL A N E A R LY

The published ticket prices may increase by up to $10 as ticket availability decreases.

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The following are paid advertisements. The Utah Shakespeare Festival does not endorse any business and is not responsible for service or policies. Internet Access Fitness Pets

Breakfast Wheelchair Access Pool

H OTELS

Abbey Inn: (AAA, 3 Diamond) Affordable luxury. #1 hotel on Tripadvisor.com in Cedar City for 2013. Free full hot breakfast. Newly renovated in 2013. 42-inch flat screen TVs, luxurious euro-top beds, business center, fitness center, close to Festival. Senior/AAA/ family discounts, microwaves, fridges, indoor pool/spa. Highspeed Internet. Easy access off I-15, exit 59. 940 W. 200 N. 1-800-325-5411 or 435-586-9966 $74–175

America’s Best Value Inn: Best value in town! Perfect location off I-15 at exit 59, next to Denny’s. Big TVs, some flat screens with sixty channels, king beds, continental breakfast, 100 percent nonsmoking. Complimentary shuttle to and from plays. 333 N. 1100 West. 435-867-4700 or 888-326-6613. www.AmericaBestValueInn.com. $49–90

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Best Western El Rey Inn and Suites: A tradition of excellence! Closest accommodations to the Festival. Poolside rooms, patio area and family suites. Park your car and enjoy the walk to the Festival. Seasonal heated outdoor pool/deluxe continental breakfast/high speed internet. Restaurant on site. 80 S. Main Street. 435-586-6518 or 800-688-6518. www.bestwestern.com/elreyinn. $69–159 Best Western Plus Town & Country Inn: Relax in unmatched comfort and heightened luxury! In the heart of downtown, within walking distance to the Festival, and a dozen restaurants along the way. We offer a complimentary full hot breakfast, indoor/outdoor pools and spas, wi-fi, fitness center, business center. 189 N. Main. 435-586-9900 or 800-528-1234 www.BWTownCountry.com. $69–179.

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Quality Inn: Come enjoy some quality time. Spacious king and two queen rooms, cable with 32-inch plasma TVs, Wi-Fi, hot breakfast, guest laundry. Free shuttle to and from plays. Just off I-15, exit 59. Next to restaurants/shopping. 250 N. 1100 West. 800-627-0374 or 435-586-2082 www.QualityInnCedarCity.com. $59–135

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Photos, left to right: A scene from Twelve Angry Men, 2013; and Barbara Jo Bednarczuk as Cindy Lou in The Marvelous Wonderettes, 2013.

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Motel 6: Come and rest with us. Conveniently located off I-15, less than a mile and a half from the Festival and two miles from the local airport. Pets stay free and wi-fi. Close to many restaurants. We’ll leave the light on for you! 1620 W. 200 N. 435-586-9200. www.motel6.com.

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Stratford Court Hotel: An easy two-block stroll to the Festival located in the heart of historic downtown. Affordable non-smoking deluxe accomocdations. Enjoy our outdoor pool and hot tub. Ample bus/RV parking, deluxe continental breakfast, high speed internet just to name a few of our amenities. Let us make your stay that much more enjoyable. Holiday Inn Express Hotel and 18 S. Main Street. 435-586-2433 or 877-688-8884. Suites: Conveniently located off I-15 only minutes away from $69–129 the Festival. A full hot breakfast buffet included. Pet rooms are available for a fee. Ticket packages are available; contact the front desk for details. 1555 S. Old Hwy 91. 435-865-7799. www.hiexpress.com/cedarcity. $89–129

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Crystal Inn: You’ll be delighted! Crystal Inn features a warm elegant environment to complement your Midsummer Night’s stay. Pool/hot tub/sauna/Wi-Fi/ hot breakfast buffet/Festival packages. The Crystal Inn is the hotel to keep your holiday As You Like It. 1575 W. 200 North. www.CrystalInnCedar.com. 877-827-6351 $79–109

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BE D A N D BR E A K FASTS Amid Summer’s Inn and Fine Dining: Voted International Inn of the Year. Historic English Tudor offers lavish, designerdecorated rooms that boast refrigerators, free wi-fi, DVD, private bathrooms, jetted tubs. Experience fine dining on premise and homemade pastries throughout the day. Gourmet breakfast. Garden terrace and covered parking. 1 1/2 blocks to Festival. 140 S. 100 West. 
 888-586-2601 or 435-586-2600. www.AmidSummersInn.com. $75–185. Anniversary House: It’s all about you! Experience extraordinary surroundings, amenities, and relaxing gardens just 1 1/2 blocks from the Festival. Complimentary beverages and cake available 24/7. King beds, gourmet breakfast (served early if needed for seminars), AC, TV/ DVD, cable, wi-fi, private baths. 133 S. 100 West. 435-865-1266. www.TheAnniversaryHouse.com. $99–144 28

Big Yellow Inn/Bard’s Inn: One block away. Visit our elegant Georgian Revival inn’s website to see the grand staircase, library/guest office, sitting rooms, suites, and nine fireplaces. Private full baths, cable, air, full breakfast. 435-586-0960. www.bigyellowinn.com or www.thebardsinn.com. Iron Gate Inn and Winery: Casually upscale! Spacious, uncluttered rooms/suites combine with unforgettable hospitalitity and southern Utah’s premier winery for an unmatched experience. Enjoy wine tastings, complimentary afternoon refreshments, and amazing breakfasts in lush gardens. Wi-Fi; A/C; Private baths. Walk to Festival and dining. 100 N. 200 W. 435-867-0603 www.TheIronGateInn.com $109–139

licensee. Open seven days a week from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Reservations recommended. Five miles up Cedar Canyon on U-14. 435-586-9344. www.MiltsStageStop.com.

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Rusty’s Ranch House: Full dinners, steaks, seafood, barbecued ribs, pasta. State liquor licensee. Open Monday to Saturday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Reservations recomMilt’s Stage Stop: Full dinners, mended. Two miles up Cedar steaks, seafood, prime rib, salad Canyon on U-14. bar, appetizers, lounge, and 435-586-3839. beautiful scenery. State liquor www.RustysRanchHouse.com.

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Depot Grill: Cedar City’s only upscale full dining establishment. Located in downtown Cedar City next to Best Western Plus Town & Country Inn. Walking distance from the Festival. Full liquor license. Steak and seafood menu with daily specials. Dine in our beautiful dining room or our modern bar. 435-865-7445. www.depotgrillrestaurant.com.

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Henley Manor: New owners, five-star reviews! two units that sleep six to ten people, three bedrooms and three large bathrooms in each unit. A/C, wi-fi, jetted-tub, never-ending hot water, smart tv’s and more. Find us on the web at www.vrbo.com/475509 or www.vrbo.com/494531. 435-592-0204. henleymanor@daileybuilders. com $175–200

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Duncan Family Suites: Our fifteenth year providing the finest vacation homes for the ultimate Shakespearean experience! Nana’s Guest House, Annie’s Cottage, and the White House are all beautifully decorated and furnished with linens and kitchenware. For family and friends desiring the best in privacy, proximity, and comfort. 555 S. 300 West. 435-586-3579. www.duncansuites.com. $110–270

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OTH E R AT TR ACTI O NS

Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery: Various exhibitions throughout the summer, including the Southern Utah Arts Invitational. Braithwaite Liberal Arts Center, just across the quad from the Adams Shakespearean Theatre. Free admission. Monday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. 435-586-5432. www.suu.edu/pva/artgallery.

Frontier Homestead State Park Museum: Relive the pioneer and early industrial history of Cedar City, Iron County, and southwest Utah through an extensive horsedrawn wagon collection, pioneer buildings, sawmill, replica blast furnace, and the historic Hunter House. 635 North Main, Cedar City, Utah. 435-586-9290 www.FrontierHomestead.org.

A I R TR A NSPO RTATI O N

Cedar City Regional Airport: Daily service into Cedar City is available at the Cedar City Regional Airport.

Contact your travel agent for reservations or visit the airport website at www.flycedarcity.com.

For area information, contact the Cedar City-Brian Head Tourism Bureau at 800-354-4849 or www.scenicsouthernutah.com or visit us at the Iron County/Cedar City Visitor Center at 581 N. Main in Cedar City.

FESTIVAL GROUNDS Bus Parking

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The Utah Shakespeare Festival is located in Cedar City, midway between Salt Lake City and Las Vegas on Interstate 15. In addition, air service is available through the Cedar City Regional Airport. From the North: Take Cedar City Exit 62 then turn left onto State Road 130/Main Street. Go approximately four miles and turn right on Center Street. Go three blocks to 300 West Street. From the South: Take Cedar City Exit 57 straight onto Main Street. Go approximately two miles and turn left on Center Street. Go three blocks to 300 West Street.

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