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Romeo & Juliet Dinner Theatre

Romeo and Juliet, Interactive Theater, Theatre, Salty City, Salt Lake City, Utah, Sandy, South Jordan, Orem, Utah County, La Caille Restaurant, Fine Dining, Dinner PlayWhat’s in a name? When the name is “Romeo and Juliet” the answer is Romance. We’ve got the poetry and romance of Shakespeare’s love scenes, surrounded by humor, and the chance for the audience to pick a happier ending.  Oh—and you might get to be in a sword fight.

An interactive dinner show, one of Shakespeare’s classics as it has never been done before.

Ticket Prices: $15 for adults, $8 for children under 12
Menu with special dinner theater pricing provided, dinner sold separately.

Appearing at:

Madeline’s in South Jordan
February 17th, 18th and 19th. Curtain at 7pm.
Madeline’s Steakhouse 1133 W South Jordan Pkwy South Jordan, UT 84095 (801) 446-6639

La Caille in Sandy with special dinner pricing,
February 11th. Curtain at 7pm.
La Caille 9565 Wasatch Blvd Sandy, Utah 84092 (801) 942-1751

Old Spaghetti Factory in Orem
February 12th and 14th. Curtain at 7pm.
The Old Spaghetti Factory 575 E University Pkwy Orem, UT 84097 (801) 224-6199

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

The Vienna Ball

An Evening of Dinner and Dance

If you are in the mood for something Viennese and looking for a romantic way celebrate Valentine’s day, then don’t miss the Salt Lake Symphony’s annual Vienna Ball on Saturday February 12th, 2011, from 8:00 p.m. to Midnight,at the University of Utah’s Union Ballroom in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The Vienna Ball Valentine's Week, Rotunda, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ballroom Dancing, Fundraiser, Symphony, Kurt BesterThis fundraising event—with food, dancing, silent auction, and live music provided by the Salt Lake Symphony—is the only traditional Viennese Ball in Utah, with visitors attending from out-of-state.

Enjoy the ambiance of the Union Ballroom—on the University of Utah campus—as the Symphony fills the hall with some of the world’s greatest melodies and you enjoy savory Viennese-style dining.

Our emcee this year is a well-known figure on the local music scene, Kurt Bestor. The evening will include floor shows by the BYU Ballroom Dance team, contemporary standards by the Mark Chaney Jazz Trio, and a variety of items up for bid at the silent auction.

Tickets:
$50.00 General Admission
$75.00 Reserved Seats—closest to the dance floor
$1,000.00 Corporate Reserved Table (eight people)—next to the dance floor, with recognition the night of the ball and in the concert programs for the coming year.

Tickets may be purchased on-line at Brown Paper Tickets or by calling 1-800-838-3006 or the Salt Lake Symphony

Dance skills a little rusty? Come polish your steps with dancing instruction by Margene Anderson, starting at 6:30 PM.

University of Utah – Union Building – Olpin Union Ballroom 200 Central Campus Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84112 (801) 581-5888

Valentine’s Day Dinner & Dance

Valentine's Dinner and Dance, Ballroom Dancing, Tango, DF Dance studio, Salt Lake City, Utah, Jazz MusicEnjoy a delicious dinner by Cancun Cafe, take a lesson or just brush up on your ballroom dancing, watch some dance performances and then enjoy an evening of live music with your Valentine Saturday February 12, 2011 at DF Dance Studio.

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  • Dinner 7pm-8:30p
  • Ballroom Dance Shows 9pm
  • Tango Dance Class 9:30pm
  • Live Jazz Music & Singers throughout the night
  • Chocolate fountain & strawberries
  • Roaming photographer
  • Dancing till 1:30am

Come with your Sweetheart, friends or alone!

Tables for Singles & Couples available.

General admission: $15/person
Dinner $25/person (pre-pay only, $35 at the door)
Table for 2 people with dinner: $60
Table for 4 peolple with dinner: $120
Table for 8 people with dinner: $216

You may also Reserve a Table without purchasing food.

Dial Tones “a romance”

Covey Center for the Arts presents Dial Tones a romance January 28-29, 31, 2011  February 3-5, 7, 10-12, 14, 2011

Dial Tones a romance, Covey Arts Center, Provo, Utah, Play, Theatre, Theater, Valentine's Day, Romance, Romantic, Flowers, LoveDial Tones is the heartwarming and humorous tale of a very unique love triangle! Written by J. Scott Bronson, and directed by Lynne Bronson.

Over a span of 50 years, Melissa and Andy write letters to each other. They write in times of joy, sorrow, just to catch up, to invite, share their dreams and simply stay connected to one another, even though distance and different lifestyles keep them apart. Hilarious and poignant, this is the perfect play for Valentine’s!
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DESSERT. . .AND MORE

Our Sweet Season is new this year. For the first two nights of each show only, you can enjoy a decadent dessert beforehand. Most nights, the director will drop in as well, to give you extra insights into the night’s performance. Come early (7 p.m.), reserve your seat in the theater, and then relax and enjoy your delicious dessert in the Covey Center Occasional Cafe.

Purchase tickets to the show alone, or add dessert for just a little more. How sweet is that?

Enjoy a different and delicious dessert with each Black Box play.

For Dial Tones (January 28-29 only) you’ll love our rich chocolate mousse torte!

Sweet Season tickets must be purchased at least 24 hours in advance. To buy Sweet Season, call our Ticket Office at 801-852-7007.

Canyons Wine Club Presents: An Evening in Barbaresco

CANYONS WINE CLUB PRESENTS: AN EVENING IN BARBARESCO

Lookout Cabin, Canyons Resort, Chef Maurizio, Park City, Resort, UtahWhere

High atop Canyons Resort, surrounded by panoramic views of the Wasatch mountains, lies a secluded, intimate venue accessed only via the Red Pine gondola and a cozy sleigh ride through the woods. Few settings can compare to the natural beauty that encompasses Lookout Cabin, which makes it the ideal location for a memorable evening.

Begin your Valentine romancing early!
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What

Guest Chef Maurizio of Trattoria “Antica Torre” and Aldo Vacca the Director of Produttori del Barbaresco celebrate 50 years of wine making excellence and a culinary tour of Northern Italy.

When

February 1, 2011 – Tuesday Evening in Barbaresco
5:45 PM – Meet on Mezzanine in the Grand Summit Hotel
6:00 PM – Board Gondola

Menu and Wine Pairings

Reception
Butter Poached Lobster Arancini
Baby Heirloom Tomato Bruschetta
House Made Meyer Lemon Ricotta and Hazelnut Crostini
**Cortese, Castelvero, Piemonte, 2009

1st Course

  • Bagna Cauda e Fonduta Piedmontese
  • With Traditional Accompaniments
  • **Nebbiolo Langhe, Produttori del Barbaresco, Piemonte, 2009

2nd Course

  • Crispy Veal Sweetbreads with Fennel Sformato
  • With Braised Escarole Pesto and Micro Herb Salad
  • **Nebbiolo Langhe, Produttori del Barbaresco, Piemonte, 2008

3rd Course

  • Agnolotti del Plin with Oxtail and Celeriac Ragu’
  • With Shaved Grana Padano
  • **Barbaresco, Produttori del Barbaresco, Piemonte, 2006

4th Course

  • Juniper Crusted Venison Tenderloin with White Truffle- Chive Risotto
  • With Crispy Kale and Balsamic Pan Jus
  • **Barbaresco, “Montestefano” Produttori del Barbaresco, Piemonte, 2005

Dolci

  • Assorted Italian Cookies and Petit Fors

Price
$135 per person includes gondola ride, sleigh ride, 6-course dinner paired with wines from our featured winery. $85 per person without wine pairings

Reservations: Limited availability, please call (435) 615-8042 for reservations.

A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities, Hale Centre Theatre, West Valley City, Utah, Salt Lake County, Musical, Romance, PlayJust off Broadway – A Regional Premiere Musical! Audiences love this sweeping retelling of Charles Dickens’ acclaimed masterpiece…set during the French Revolution – a French aristocrat tries to escape his scandalous heritage. He flees to England. He falls in love…but his past torments his future. A beloved tale of loyalty, treachery, forgiveness and ultimate sacrifice. Glorious music, book and lyrics by Jill Santoriello. This will sell out!

Hale Centre Theatre (HCT), Utah’s premiere family theatre, will present the first regional premiere of “A Tale of Two Cities” since it closed on Broadway in 2008. HCT collaborated with Playwright and Composer Jill Santoriello to interpret the award-winning musical version of Charles Dickens’ classic, which was also adapted into a PBS special. The production will feature dramatic HCT staging and a cast of outstanding local talent.

February 16 – April 9, 2011

Monday – Saturday evenings at 7:30pm
Saturday Matinees at 12:30pm and 4:00pm

Adults $23 or $26
Children $15 or $16
No children under five permitted

Odyssey Dance Theatre’s Romeo & Juliet

Romeo+Juliet: Back by popular demand, see what the Deseret News said was, “..to die for!”

Odyssey Dance Theatre's Romeo & Juliet, So You Think You Can Dance, Shup Up and Dance, Theatre, Theater, Hip-Hop, Dance Performances, Kingsbury Hall, Salt Lake city, Utah, University of UtahA full-length work, based on the Shakespearean tale about star-crossed lovers, but in the Odyssey tradition: a hip-hop version! Choreographed by Odyssey Principal Eldon Johnson, along with sections by Ashleigh and Ryan Di Lello from “So You Think You Can Dance,” Derryl Yeager and others, this is a unique and powerful tour de force!
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Dancescapes: Where the dancers stretch their artistic muscle and create new, exciting works.

When

Thursday, March 10, 2011 7:30PM
Friday, March 11, 2011 7:30PM
Saturday, March 12, 2011 7:30PM
Monday, March 14, 2011 7:30PM
Thursday, March 17, 2011 7:30PM
Friday, March 18, 2011 7:30PM
Saturday, March 19, 2011 7:30PM

Tickets $15-$35

Ballet West presents The Sleeping Beauty

Katherine Lawrence, Michael Bearden, Sleeping Beauty by Ballet West, Photo by Jesse Coss, Salt Lake City, Utah, Capitol Theatre, BalletNewly conceived and produced by Artistic Director Adam Sklute, The Sleeping Beauty arrives at the Capitol Theatre stage in time for Valentine’s Day.

This timeless tale of a sleeping princess, a handsome prince, and the triumph of good over evil is set to Tchaikovsky’s soaring music with spectacular sets and costumes designed by Peter Cazalet.

A must-see for you and your special someone.

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February 11, 12 14 & 16-19, 2011

Single Tickets go on sale Monday, January 10, 2011.
Group Tickets are on sale now for groups of 15 or more. Call 801-323-6900.