Utah Voices

Interviews with audiences and volunteers

We were treated to a wonderful reception on Friday evening at which we spoke about ‘Shakespeare on the Road’, presented the plaque and were able to chat to some audience members and volunteers who have long and happy associations with the Festival….

Diana was taught how to behave from Shakespeare and has attended the Festival for 44 years:

Stephen helps out with the New American Playwright project:

Linda recalls the first Greenshow – the community pageant and entertainment which takes place before every show to help the audience relax into the evening:

Frank and Barbara have been coming to the Festival for 30 years and know it to be one of the country’s greatest treasures. Our conversation was interrupted by the beginning of the formal speeches at the reception, so Part 2 is posted below.

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