Nevada Public Radio to Take Utah Shakespeare Festival Excursions, 7/14, 7/27 & 8/4
Nevada Public Radio is accepting reservations for their annual summer theatre excursions to Utah Shakespeare Festival, Neil Simon Festival and for the first year, Tuacahn Amphitheatre.
Limited space is available for one or all excursions, each detailed below:
Utah Shakespeare Festival Excursion – July 14-15
The private coach will depart early morning Saturday, July 14 with boxed lunch provided before the matinee performances of (guest choice): “The Merry Wives of Windsor” or “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Guests will be free for dinner prior to the evening performances of (guest choice): “Les Miserables” or “Titus Andronicus.” Play orientations and literary seminars are included in the admission price. For play descriptions, visit www.bard.org.
Guests will stay overnight at the Abbey Inn in Cedar City, where a hot continental breakfast will be provided. On Sunday, during travel from Cedar City to Las Vegas, the private coach will stop at Cracker Barrel in St. George where guests will be responsible for their own lunch.
Neil Simon Festival Excursion – July 27-28
The private coach will leave Nevada Public Radio early morning, Friday, July 27 with boxed lunch provided before the matinee performance of “Proposals.” Guests will be free for dinner prior to the evening performance of “The Goodbye Girl.”
Guests will stay overnight at the Abbey Inn in Cedar City, where a hot continental breakfast will be provided on Saturday morning.
Guests will be responsible for their own lunch prior to the matinee performance of “The Odd Couple” and also responsible for their own dinner prior to the evening performance of “Driving Miss Daisy.” For play descriptions, visit www.simonfest.org.
The private coach will depart for Las Vegas immediately following “Driving Miss Daisy.”
Tuacahn Amphitheatre Excursion – August 4-5
The private coach will depart early morning Saturday, August 4 with boxed lunch provided before the matinee performance of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” Guests will be responsible for their own dinner prior to the evening performance of “Hairspray.” For production information, visit www.tuacahn.org.
Guests will stay overnight at the Abbey Inn in St. George, where a continental breakfast will be provided Sunday morning prior to departure for Las Vegas.
The cost for each theatre excursion is $275 for single occupancy and $225 for double occupancy (per person) and includes theatre tickets, hotel room, travel, boxed lunches and breakfasts where noted. Private coaches depart from and return to Nevada Public Radio, 1289 S. Torrey Pines Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89146.
Proceeds will directly benefit and must be purchased through Nevada Public Radio. To make your reservation, visit www.knpr.org, www.classical897.org, or call 702.258.9895 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays.
Nevada Public Radio (NVPR) was established in 1975 as an independent, not-for-profit, public benefit corporation. NVPR signed on the air in 1980 with one station serving the Las Vegas area as Nevada's first National Public Radio (NPR(r)) affiliate station. For more than two decades, NVPR has remained true to its mission to enhance the quality of life and foster civic engagement by informing, educating and inspiring our growing audiences. Nevada Public Radio is the sole provider in Southern Nevada of classical music and in-depth news and information on the FM dial. Since its humble beginnings in 1980, NVPR has grown to be a radio network with seven stations - serving the greater Las Vegas metropolitan area with News 88.9 KNPR and Classical KCNV 89.7. Combined with our five associate stations and 10 translator stations, we serve a geographical area of more than 66,000 square miles - plus parts of California, Utah and Arizona. In fact, a full 76 percent of Nevada's population can hear NVPR's signals. NVPR is also the publisher of the award-winning Desert Companion monthly magazine.