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Summer Guide 2015

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The Utah Shakespeare Festival is among the crown jewels of Utah stagecraft. As in past years, the New American Playwrights Project will be hosting productions of entirely new plays alongside the superb lineup of more traditional offerings from the Bard and Broadway. This year's new plays (Affluence, Caesar's Blood, Closure) will feature dark comedy and intense drama. Those looking for more farcical fare will find themselves satiated by world-class productions of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew and the revivalist favorite Charley's Aunt.

King Lear, The Taming of the Shrew, Henry IV: Part Two, Amadeus, Charley's Aunt, South Pacific, Dracula, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Affluence, Caesar's Blood, Closure
Utah Shakespeare Festival
351 W. Center St. Cedar City
435-586-7878
Bard.org

July 1-July 29
And Then There Were None
Caine Lyric Theatre
28 W. Center St., Logan
435-797-8022
Arts.USU.edu/Lyric

July 2-July 18
Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Scera Shell Outdoor Theatre
745 S. State, Orem
801-225-2787
Scera.org

July 2-Aug. 15
Into the Woods
Hale Center Theater Orem
225 W. 400 North, Orem
801-226-8600
HaleTheater.org

July 3-July 25
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The Empress Theatre
9104 W. 2700 South, Magna
801-347-7373
EmpressTheatre.com

July 3-July 26
West Side Story
Egyptian Theatre
328 Main, Park City
435-649-9371
EgyptianTheatreCompany.org

July 8-Aug. 7
La Bohème
Ellen Eccles Theatre
43 S. Main, Logan
800-262-0074
ArtTix.org

July 9-July 19th
Twelfth Night
Babcock Theatre
300 S. University St.
801-581-7100
Theatre.Utah.edu

July 9-Aug. 7
Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel
Ellen Eccles Theatre
43 S. Main, Logan
800-262-0074
ArtTix.org

July 10-Aug. 8
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Ellen Eccles Theatre
43 S. Main, Logan
800-262-0074

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ArtTix.org

July 11-Aug. 8
Man of La Mancha
Ellen Eccles Theatre
43 S. Main, Logan
800-262-0074
ArtTix.org

July 23-Aug. 15
The Wizard of Oz
Sundance Summer Theatre
8841 N. Alpine Loop Road, Sundance
866-734-4428
SundanceResort.com

July 27-Aug. 8
Nephi & The Sword of Laban
Grand Theatre
1575 S. State
801-957-3322
The-Grand.org

July 28-Aug. 9