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Ballroom Dance Lessons with Repertory Dance Theatre

Ballroom Dancing , Repertory Dance Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah, Dance Lessons, Ballet, Modern Dance, ZumbaPerfect date night activity! Couples and singles welcome.

All Classes Taught At The West Studio in the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center.

Try a new class or an old favorite. Soma, Jazz, Modern Technique, Ballet Technique, Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Flamenco, Prime Movement, African, Hip Hop

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday Classes

Repertory Dance Theatre – Salt Lake City, Utah

Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center
138 West Broadway, Salt Lake City, Utah

Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center


The Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center is Salt Lake County’s most versatile performance venues. With its three theatres (Jeanné Wagner Theatre, Black Box Theatre, Studio Theatre) permanent art installations, and rotating art gallery, The Rose is a vital hub for Salt Lake’s emerging and established artists and performing arts companies.

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138 W Broadway

Salt Lake City, UT 84101-1913
(801) 323-6800 or call (801) 355.ARTS

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Children’s Dance Theatre

Celebrate the art of modern dance as some of Utah’s most talented young dancers take the stage! Presented by Tanner Dance Company as part of the Repertory Dance Theatre’s Ring Around the Rose dance series.

Children's Dance TheatreRing Around the Rose is Repertory Dance Theatre’s wiggle-friendly series of performances for children and families that explores the magical world of the arts, including dance, theatre, music and storytelling. Ring Around the Rose is made possible in part by grants from the Utah Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Salt Lake City Arts Council, and the Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts & Parks program.
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All shows begin at 11:00 am at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, 138 W Broadway, Salt Lake City. Tickets are $5 for all seats (ages 2 and under free), and can be purchased in advance by calling ArtTix at 801-355-ARTS.

Ring Around the Rose with Ballet West

What is it really like to be a ballet dancer? Ballet West shows you in one of Rose Wagner’s Performing Arts Centers biggest shows of the year in it’s Jeanné Wagner Theatre!

BalletWest Dancer UtahRing Around the Rose is Repertory Dance Theatre’s wiggle-friendly series of performances for children and families that explores the magical world of the arts, including dance, theatre, music and storytelling. Ring Around the Rose is made possible in part by grants from the Utah Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Salt Lake City Arts Council, and the Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts & Parks program.

All shows begin at 11:00 am at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, 138 W Broadway, Salt Lake City. Tickets are $5 for all seats (ages 2 and under free), and can be purchased in advance by calling ArtTix at 801-355-ARTS.

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Plan-B Theatre Presents: BORDERLANDS

Plan-B Theatre Presents: BORDERLANDS A world premiere by Eric Samuelsen March 31-April 10 at the Studio Theatre, Rose Wagner.

Plan B Theatre presents Boarderland, Studio Theatre, Rose Wagner, Salt Lake City, UtahBORDERLANDS is about coming out—stepping forward, admitting who you are, telling the uncomfortable.

From the playwright: I wrote a play about coming out. Not just coming out in the usual sense—in fact, in BORDERLANDS, the one gay character is already out. It’s a play about all the other ways we come out as Mormons, about admitting that we don’t necessarily believe what we’re supposed to believe, or that we don’t always find it possible to live the way we’re expected to live. It’s a play about moments of unanticipated honesty, and the revelations that result. And it’s a play about the hard work of carving out a social space for those for whom none exists in our culture. So the characters in this play sit in an honesty car, and tell the truth about what liars they are. Because they’re Mormons, they’re much harsher in their self-judgments than they really need to be. And that pressure to conform blinds them to people who really are genuinely suffering. Finally, one young man finds a way to actually be what the other characters profess to be.

 

March 31-April 17 2011
Thursday and Friday 8pm, Saturday 4pm and 8pm and Sunday 2pm