I would encourage you to support the work of recent Arty's winner for Best Choreographer Charlotte Boye-Christensen as Rire-Woodbury's new show Polychromatic opens this week. Here's a bit of description about the peices being performed:
Brook Notary’s visually mesmerizing and physically charged work, Grind, brilliantly juxtaposes complex dance structures and a strikingly simple stage setting.
Happiness, an intriguing new work by Ririe-Woodbury’s Artistic Director Charlotte Boye-Christensen, explores the mental state of well-being characterized by positive emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy.
Larry Keigwin’s 80’s Night is an entertaining look at popular culture in the 1980s. In this work the dancers lead us on a journey back in time that revisits everything from music and movement to questionable fashion choices.
In contrast, Spurts of Activity before the Emptiness of Late Afternoon by John Jasperse, is a reflective exploration of time and accidental behavior and is marked by the interplay between Jasperse’ tightly conceived structures and his elusive movement style."
Time: 7:30 pm
Address: 138 W 300 S, Salt Lake City, 84101
Where: Jeanne Wagner Theatre