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21 North Main Street
Kaysville, Utah  84037
801 546-3400
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New Shakespeare Theatre
Cedar City, Utah

On 16 February 2012, the Utah Shakespeare Festival announced plans to build a $26.5 million Shakespeare theater on 200 West, between Center Street and College Avenue.  The new 900-seat theater will feature amenities missing from the current Adams Memorial Shakespearean Theatre, such as public restrooms and a backstage area.  A retractable roof will expand the season and allow for possible year-round usage.  The playhouse will allow for additional performances, which will draw an additional 30,000 patrons to Cedar City and increase the economic impact of the Festival by an estimated $8 million annually.

 
 
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The front of the Kaysville Theatre.

Grant Smith, 25 December 2003

Kaysville Theatre
21 North Main Street
Kaysville, Utah 84037
801 546-3400
http://www.thekaysvilletheatre.com/
 
Status:
Open 
Auditoriums:
Total Seats:
500 
Open:
Before 1991  
 
The Kaysville Theatre is three-screen discount theater owned by Bill Call, who operates the theater along with his two sons and their wives.

In December 1991 Call began a $250,000 remodel of the Kaysville Theatre, financed by the sale of a theater in Roy that was demolished as part of a city redevelopment project.  The original auditorium reopened on 21 February 1992 with new seats and a seating capacity reduced from 350 to 260.  Two new auditoriums were created in adjacent retail shop space and opened in May 1992, each seating about 125.  The theater also had new decor, greatly expanded restrooms, a new snack bar, and a new sign.  The exterior of the building the theater was expanded into was also redone to match the original theater.


"RENOVATION PLANNED FOR THEATER IN KAYSVILLE", Deseret News, 18 November 1991, page B3
"REMODELED KAYSVILLE THEATER OPENS FOR BUSINESS", Deseret News, 20 February 1992, page B3