Rocky Mountain Choreography Festival 2019

Tickets go on sale Thursday, January 31st.

The Rocky Mountain Choreography Festival is dedicated to the advancement of dance as an art form, specifically through the support and promotion of quality choreography. Come see the amazing work of the choreographers who have been chosen to participate. Sponsored in part by Imagine Ballet Theatre, Peery’s Egyptian Theater, Weber State Dance Department, and Utah Dance Education Organization.

Interruption - Haley Johnson – SALT Contemporary Dance – Draper, Utah

Flicker (excerpts)- Cat Kamrath – Cat + Fishes Dances – Salt Lake City, Utah

Destructive Affection – Marissa Schmidt– Independent- Layton, Utah

Journey’s Silence – Whitney Hill – Whitney Hill Ft. Kinuko Modern Dance Co. -Manti, Utah

Memento Mori – Aislinn Wilson – Independent – West Point, Utah

Surf of Tides – Dat Nguyen – MotionViviol- Salt Lake City, Utah

Let’s be Honest – Ching Ching Wong – Carrots Carrying Water:Dance Collective

phionix – Lance Tripp – North Dakota Ballet Company – Grand Forks, North Dakota

lovely – Fiona Katrine – Resonance Dance Project – Harrisville, Utah

Current – Holly Ward – The Verve Contemporary Dance Center – Lehi, Utah

Sisters – Deja Mitchell – Tribalovedancers – Eden, Utah

Stream of Change – Loren Picciarelli – Independent – Murray, Utah

The Witness – Jessica Gabler – Imagine Ballet Theatre – Ogden, Utah

Tickets are $15 each or both nights for $20 plus a $1.50 Facility Fee per ticket. Order your tickets online 24/7 through Smithstix, by phone at 801-689-8700 or in person at the Box Office M-F 10am to 6pm. Please note: Official tickets are only sold through & the Peery’s Egyptian Theater box office. Tickets purchased via other 3rd party services may be high priced and/or invalid. Thank you.

Note: There are multiple performances of this show. If you purchase you tickets online, please verify you have the correct date & time before you complete your purchase.

Fri, 03/01/2019 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm
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