Each year, from January through April, the Utah Shakespeare Festival hits the road with an educational outreach program for the schools in Nevada, Utah, Idaho, and Arizona. The highlight of the program is a 75 minute version of a Shakespearean play, including complete costumes, sets, and theatrical lighting. "I'm just disappointed they're not presenting Julius Ceasar this year," quipped local Folklorist Michael Christensen. "I mean, it is on the Ides of March afterall." For more information about the performance, click here.