The curtain rises tonight on one of the most popular performances of the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Tonight marks the first free Greenshow for the 2022 season. This season, The Greenshow will be a presentation of three alternating shows. The show set for this first night is called “British Music Hall.” That show will alternate with shows called “Coronation Day” and “The Last Time I Saw Paris.” The Greenshow is directed this year by Cassie Abate. Abate directed last years production of the Pirates of Penzance for the Utah Shakespeare Festival. She is not only directing the Greenshow this year, Abate also wrote and is the choreographer for the production. Abate said that this years Greenshow will be “joyous, fun and non-stop.” Along with providing a fun, lively and free activity for area visitors and residents, The Greenshow also prepares Utah Shakespeare Festival patrons for the shows they will see later in the evening. This is a great way to gather family, friends and just enjoy outstanding entertainment against the backdrop of a picturesque summer evening. You can find all of the events happening at this season of the Utah Shakespeare Festival by visiting bard.org.

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