Cedar City, UT—On Sept. 30 the Utah Shakespearean Festival will offer an opportunity for men and women of the armed forces to bring their families to a play for free. One hundred free tickets have been set aside for both the matinee and evening performances on Thursday, Sept. 30. To reserve these seats, military personnel should contact the Festival ticket office at 800-752-9849. Current military ID will be required, and there is a limit of six tickets per family.
“We recognize the service provided by the men and women of the armed forces and we want to show our appreciation,” said Kami Terry, Festival marketing director.
The military tickets are available for the performances of “The Adventures of Pericles” at 2 p.m. and “The Diary of Anne Frank” at 7:30 pm.
The fall season will run now through Oct. 23 with three different plays in the Randall L. Jones Theatre. The season features Shakespeare’s “Odyssey”-like drama “The Adventures of Pericles,” the moving family drama “The Diary of Anne Frank,” and the rural comedy “Greater Tuna.” Tickets are on sale now at 1-800-PLAYTIX and bard.org.
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