Southern Utah Theatres and Performing Arts

The performing arts and theatres in Southern Utah are second to none.  Enjoy Shakespeare one day and see an IMAX movie on the giant screen the next.  Southern Utah has it all!

Southern Utah Shakespeare Festival

The Utah Shakespeare Festival, located in Cedar City Utah, presents life-affirming classic and contemporary plays in repertory, with Shakespeare as it’s cornerstone. These plays are enhanced by interactive festival experiences which entertain, enrich, and educate. If you plan to attend during the summer months, be sure to get there early so you don’t miss the Greenshow!

Tuacahn Amphitheater and Center for the Arts

Tuacahn features an outdoor amphitheater where Broadway-style musicals and live concerts are performed. The 2,000 seat amphitheater sits at the base of 1,500 foot sandstone rock formations and this offers a breath-taking backdrop to the wide array of entertainment offerings. In 2008 Tuacahn was one of a few theaters nationally that presented the Broadway production of Les Miserable. A total of150,000 people attended various productions at this outdoor amphitheater in 2008.

Zion Canyon Giant Screen Theatre

Zion Canyon Giant Screen Theatre is located in Springdale Utah. The theatre’s giant screen is the largest in Utah and one of the largest in the world measuring 60 feet high and 82 feet across. Sound is delivered through an eight track digital Surround Sound system capable of 22,000 watts.

Dixie State University Tanner Amphitheater

The Dixie State University Tanner Amphitheater is nestled in the cliffs of Springdale and Zion National Park. From rock and roll to symphony’s to world renowned flute festivals this is one memorable event center. Event centers like this in southern Utah are just one of the things that make buying a home in St. George such a great investment.