Utah Shakespearean Festival - Leadership


Fred C. Adams served as executive director of the festival from its founding until 2005, when he retired. Although retired, Adams continues to advise and assist the program.

In October 2007 R. Scott Phillips was named the executive director. Phillips has been associated with the festival since 1974, when he was a junior at College of Southern Utah. He performed public-relations work for the festival during the summers. He became the festival's first full-time paid employee in 1977; he was managing director for 15 years and marketing director for 13 years before that.

Douglas N. Cook - Producing Artistic Director 1966–2002

G. Cameron Harvey - Producing Artistic Director 1969–2005

JR Sullivan - Associate Artistic Director 2002–2009

Kathleen F. Conlin - Associate Artistic Director 2003–2010

David Ivers - Artistic Director 2011 to present

Brian Vaughn - Artistic Director 2011 to present

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