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Utah Shakespearean Festival's 2009 Season

AIR DATE: June 26, 2009

Fred Adams, Founder and Executive Producer Emeritus of the Utah Shakespearean Festival
Scott Phillips, Executive Director
"Henry V," "As You Like It" and "A Comedy of Errors" are the among the Bard's works that will be performed this summer in Cedar City, Utah. Other plays include Noel Coward's "Private Lives," the family drama "Foxfire" and the musical, "A Secret Garden." We discuss the season with the festival's director and director emeritus.

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