While attending the Utah Shakespeare Festival with my 18-year-old daughter Lizabeth, I’m also enjoying plenty of local arts and activities in Cedar City, where the festival is celebrating its 50th anniversary season.
We spent Friday morning enjoying shops along Main Street, many of which feature exhibits by local artists, before heading to the matinee performance of a fabulous fiascso ala farce called “Noises Off.”
I hope you enjoy these photos of our morning on Main Street, which I put together while Lizabeth was breaking in a new novel from the local bookstore…
Watch for future posts featuring reviews of “Romeo and Juliet” and other works from this summer’s offerings at the Utah Shakespeare Festival (a new fall line-up opens soon) — plus posts featuring artwork from some of the Valley’s hippest main streets.
Coming up: Midsummer night musings, Shakespeare meets sardines?