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You’re Invited to the Celebrated Utah Shakespeare Festival The relatively cooler temperatures of Cedar City, Utah, beckon each June to October, and the Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespeare Festival invites guests from all around the country to experience the best of live theater. Shakespeare plays are presented in one of the country’s closest replicas of Shakespeare’s own Globe Theatre. The Randall L. Jones Theatre at Southern Utah University is the venue for musicals and other modern classic productions. The complimentary Greenshow entertainment each evening, literary seminars, backstage tours and a cadre of other activities complete a Utah Shakespeare Festival visit. Many of Southern Utah’s national parks are within a one to two hour drive from Cedar City, so a festival itinerary easily can accommodate a visit to some of the most breathtaking vistas in the world: Cedar Breaks National Monument, Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park, to name a few. In 2014, Utah Shakespeare Festival presents a lineup of eight plays. The Shakespeare offerings include The Comedy of Errors, Measure for Measure, Henry IV Part One and Twelfth Night.  Steven Sondheim’s Into the Woods, the world premier of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility, the rollicking comedy Boeing Boeing and Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure round out the season. Study guides, scholarly articles, synopses and audio orientations can be found for each of these titles at  Tickets for the Utah Shakespeare Festival and more information can be obtained by calling 800-752-9849 or by logging on to 


Whether you’re a resort guest or not, you can still enjoy our best amenities. Discover Sagestone Spa & Salon with our Quick Escape package and enjoy the sweeping views and healthy offerings of Canyon Breeze restaurant. Or better yet, stay a night and indulge two days in a row. Serenity is just down the road at Red Mountain Resort.

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Desert Companion - May 2014  

Your guide to living in southern Nevada