04/17/2020 @ 7:30 pm
Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center
138 W 300 S
Tickets $30* // Students/Seniors $15 *price increases $5 day of show
Movement rituals that celebrate “place” at the sacred landscape of the American West.
DANCING THE BEARS EARS (2017) BY ZVI GOTHEINER
A tribute to Utah’s newly designated Bears Ears National Monument, explores through movement this extraordinary landscape with its high mountain peaks; deep canyons; long, broken mesas; astounding arches and stately red-rock cliffs.
CASTOR & POLLUX (1958) – BY ELIZABETH WATERS
Castor and Pollux are the twin stars of good luck. The immortal soul appears as substance and the mortal soul as reality. Then the two travel together as of one experience. Elizabeth Waters merges the theories and movements of the Hanya Holm dance technique with movement qualities inspired by Pueblo Indian rituals.
AN ODE TO YOU- (WORLD PREMIERE) – BY REBECCA ANELOSKI
This piece has come from much time considering the earth, society’s effects on it, and the outcome of what will happen if we all do not remember it. Time is not on our side and to continue forward, in the same manner, will only determine who is finally forgot.