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                     Tuacahn Amphitheatre
and Center for the Arts
435 652-3300 • 800 746-9882
1100 Tuacahn Dr, Ivins
“Tuacahn” comes from a Mayan word meaning “Canyon of the Gods.” Built in the shadow of 1,500 ft spectacular red rock cliffs, the Tuacahn Amphitheatre and Center for the Arts brings “Broadway in the DesertTM” to southern Utah! Throughout the warm months, this theatre company features Utah’s finest actors, in some of Broadway’s greatest productions. The intimate, outdoor theatre is always enhanced by the brilliant, natural red rock backdrop. A night out at Tuacahn is a night not soon forgotten!
“The Broadway in the DesertTM” summer theatre season has expanded into the fall, the annual Festival of Lights featuring the Live Nativity is now a community tradition that runs four nights a week from the day after Thanksgiving to December 25th, and Tuacahn has recently added spring and fall concerts to its performing arts schedule.
Tuacahn 2018 Shows - May–Oct:
• Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella
• Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical
• The Prince of Egypt
• Million Dollar Quartet
Tuacahn 2018 Concerts/Events:
• Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo • Zeppelin USA
• Professional Bull Riders
• Kristin Chenoweth
• BrianWilson
• David Archuleta
• Jay Leno
• “WeirdAl”Yankovic • Hotel California
Utah Shakespeare Festival
800 PLAYTIX (752-9849) • 435 586-7878
This Tony and Emmy-Award-Winning Festival is one of the oldest and largest Shakespearean festivals in North America. Located in Cedar City, Utah on and around the Southern Utah University campus, it’s only 45 minutes from St. George and 80 minutes from Mesquite, NV.
The Festival presents nine plays each summer and fall as well as offering many other activities. Come join us and Let’s Play!
2018 Season
In the Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre
Jun 28–Sep 8
• The Merry Wives of Windsor • Henry VI Part One
• The Merchant of Venice
In the Randall L. Jones Theatre
Jun 29–Oct 20
• The Foreigner
Jun 30–Sep 1
• Big River
Jul 12–Aug 22
• An Iliad
Sep 14–Oct 20
• The Liar
In the Ellen and Allen Anes Studio Theatre
Jun 28–Oct 20
• Othello
• Pearl’s in the House
             Kim Martin-Cotten (left) as Beatrice and Ben Livingston as Benedick in the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2016 production of Much Ado about Nothing. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2016.)

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