Annual Shakespearean Festival kicks off in Cedar City

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CEDAR CITY -- The Utah Shakespearean Festival opens Monday in Cedar City. It's a week later than normal with a shortened season amid a down economy.

Part of the opening night festivities will include unveiling a monument in honor of festival co-founder Barbara Adams, who passed away last year.

Photojournalist Alan Neves got preview of the six shows this summer, and from the look of the crowds, the economy isn't keeping people away.

To view Neves' video, click the play button above.

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