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RIRIE-WOODBURY PRESENTS

Winter Season

  • Dates: February 3 - 4, 2017
  • Time: n/a
  • Venue: Capitol Theatre Get directions

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Ririe-Woodbury
presents
Winter Season
February 3rd & 4th, 2017 at 7:30pm
February 4th, 2017 at 2pm – Family Matinee
Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre
Salt Lake City, Utah

Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company’s WINTER SEASON brings two inspiring evenings of contemporary dance with a dynamic World Premiere, a Salt Lake City Premiere, and the return of two captivating favorites. WINTER SEASON casts its gaze on the fragility and magic embodied in our presence in the environment. It investigates humanity’s fascination with the physical world and the dilemmas inherent in our interactions with it. This exhilarating performance includes mesmerizing video effects, visual illusions, and thrillingly athletic dancing with four stunning works by choreographers from around the world.

Snowmelt (World Premiere) by Daniel Charon. Snowmelt considers the impact of the human footprint on our fragile biosphere. Joining the Company for this raucous and vibrant world premiere will be guest dancers from the University of Utah’s School of Dance.
Super WE (Salt Lake City Premiere), co-choreographed by Tzveta Kassabova and Raja Feather Kelly, is a spirited movement journey that examines the relentlessness of contemporary life. Rapid and interminable, this duet engages rhythmic movement, sound, and metaphor.
Physalia (1977) choreographed by Alison Chase and Moses Pendleton, co-founders of the internationally acclaimed Pilobolus Dance Theater. This piece was created exclusively for Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company and was the first work to be choreographed for another company by Chase and Pendleton. Watery images flow through the dance, as well as suggestions of the graceful—and sometimes absurd—creatures that move on the land and in the sea.
You and the Space Between (2014), returning by popular demand, is a perception-altering work by Cuban-born Company alumnus Miguel Azcue. By utilizing a live video feed, this piece provides visuals that seem to defy gravity in a mesmerizing exploration of space and time, calling us to contemplate our connection to—or disconnection from—our own planet.
Recommended for ages 8 and up. No babes-in-arms. All patrons must have a ticket regardless of age.
Single Ticket: $35 | $40 day of show
Students/Seniors: $15 | $20 day of show
artsaltlake.org // 801-355-ARTS
FAMILY MATINÉE
Saturday, February 4 at 2:00pm

Ririe-Woodbury is excited to present Elements, a wiggle-friendly family matinée. This one-hour program is designed with all ages in mind, from babes-in-arms to great-grandparents. Elements will inspire the imagination of the whole family with repertory excerpts from WINTER SEASON dances and others specifically chosen to highlight the natural world, human-created worlds, and magical places that appeal to the imagination. The audience will be guided on this thrilling adventure by Education Director Ai Fujii Nelson, who will offer insight and interactive movement adventures. Pre-show activities beginning at 1:30pm and post-show photo ops with the Company dancers will make this an unforgettable and fun-filled afternoon.
Single Ticket: $10
Family Five Pack: $45
artsaltlake.org // 801-355-ARTS

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    Venue Addresses

    Abravanel Hall 123 W. South Temple, SLC, UT 84101

    JQ Lawson Capitol Theatre 50 W. 200 S., SLC, UT 84101

    Eccles Theater 131 S. Main Street, SLC, UT 84101

    Rose Wagner Center 138 W. 300 S., SLC, UT 84101

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