Anton Chekhov's classic play brings some very tangled human relationships to a country estate - an actress, her lover, her son and his lover all meet on a country estate. We do not see the momentous events of the play such as the relationship between the actress's lover and her son's girlfriend.
This Utah Shakespeare Festival kicks off another tribute season to the Bard with "Richard III," "Midsummer's Night Dream," and the classic star-crossed love story, "Romeo & Juliet." But the festival also trumpets some new classics, like "Noises Off!," "Music Man," and the Southern charm of "A Glass Menagerie.
Carol Linnea Johnson and Don Burroughs are married in real life but this summer they'll be playing a divorced couple who find themselves in adjoining honeymoon suites in Noel Coward's classic comedy, "Private Lives". It's one of the three modern plays that will be featured this season at the Utah Shakespearean Festival.