Saturdays 9:30am - noon
Events and games on the Mainstage, Studio Stage, Soda Fountain and Studio Classrooms
Saturdays 9:30am - noon Approximately 7-10 min each
Saturdays 9:30am - noon Approximately 10 min each
COMEDY, Approximately 1 hr 30 min with an intermission
Mainstage, Saturdays at 1pm
Ages 4+ (no babies or toddlers permitted)
The Comedy of Errors is a comedy about separated family and mistaken identity involving two sets of twins. Confusing and funny!
TRAGEDY, Approximately 40 min
Studio Stage, Saturdays at 12pm
Ages 6+ (no babies or toddlers permitted)
One of Shakepeare's most well-known plays, this version uses all of Shakespeare's language, however it is cut for length and storytelling added for clarity.
Saturdays mornings at the Soda Fountain, BY RESERVATION
Breakfast is served! reserve your spot to be treated to a wonderful breakfast. A selection of favorite breakfast items will be served with fresh fruit by our Soda Fountain staff. By Reservation, space is limited.
Our Soda Fountain and Concession Stand will be open during the festival.
Once again, Utah is a paradise for Shakespeare fans. My favorites this year were the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s production of Henry V and the Utah Children’s Theatre production of The Taming of the Shrew. The former production was a fitting conclusion to the Henriad series that the Shakespeare Festival had produced since fall 2013. Henry V was truly the show that had it all: gorgeous costumes, superb acting, and flawless direction. All of these elements combined to strengthen one of Shakespeare’s finest scripts. The Taming of the Shrew at UCT was a delight from beginning to end. I adored the chemistry between James Parker and Emily Trulson Parker, a real-life husband and wife playing Petruchio and Katerina. ... —Russell Warne, UTBA staff