It is easy to find creative inspiration when you live in our beautiful St George community. It makes sense that a charter school like the Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts (THS) would be set up in the shadow of the beautiful red rock cliffs. Now that we are officially in the Autumn season, it is time for the St George Renaissance Feaste 2014.
What: St George Renaissance Feaste 2014
Where: Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts (1100 Tuacahn Dr, Ivins, UT)
When: October 3-6, 2014 5pm to 7:30pm
Contact: Heather Carroll, Admin Office (435) 632-3301 or via email
The Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts (THS) will be hosting the St George Renaissance Feaste 2014 just as it has for the last six years. They are inviting all members of the St George community to attend. Since 1999, THS has offered high school students a place to learn while cultivating their creative side. As a public charter school, THS is provided absolutely free of charge to Utah residents.
At the St George Renaissance Feaste 2014, the King and Queen of the feaste play host to an evening of entertainment straight out of Shakespeare’s time. In fact, THS students will give guests a preview of their singing, dancing and theatrical presentations they plan on performing during the Utah Shakespeare Festival competition on October 9th through the 11th in Cedar City. Each $18 admission includes a sumptuous three course meal.
Get your tickets for the St George Renaissance Feaste 2014 today. You never know. You may witness one of the first performances of a future superstar. Contact Heather Carroll in the THS admin office for more information.
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