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Letting the Movement Happen to Us: Reflections of a UVU Guest Dancer in RDT’s “Tower”

Letting the Movement Happen to Us: Reflections of a UVU Guest Dancer in RDT’s “Tower”

By Lauren Bloomfield When I first found out that we were going to be working with Andy Noble and Repertory Dance Theatre and would perform in their concert, I was amazed. Though excited and grateful for the opportunity, I was also nervous. This would be a very different experience than what I had done before, and I wasn’t sure what to expect. First off, I haven’t worked in that big of a group of dancers since high school and, even…

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RDT’s “Ring” Series Hosts Plan-B Theatre Company

RDT’s “Ring” Series Hosts Plan-B Theatre Company

RDT’s 20th Anniversary Season of Ring Around the Rose continues with Plan-B in October. RDT’s Ring Around the Rose is a series of performances for children & families, the second Saturday of every month at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center. Each month, Repertory Dance Theatre presents a different performing arts group in a one hour, wiggle-friendly performance.  Next month, RDT will welcome back the amazing artists from Plan-B Theatre. Last year, they performed the very fun, “The Edible Complex”…

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“WE COME OUT DANCING TOGETHER” Red Rock Stories Gives Language to the Spirit of RDT’s New Commission

“WE COME OUT DANCING TOGETHER” Red Rock Stories Gives Language to the Spirit of RDT’s New Commission

by Stephen Trimble The leaders of the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition use the word “healing” whenever they define their relationship with the redrock of Utah’s public lands. Eric Descheenie says, “By protecting these sacred ancestral lands we can take an important step towards healing.” Descheenie, a Navajo, emphasizes this “indigenous truth” as the foundation for all discussions about why the newly-proclaimed Bears Ears National Monument needs our attention. For Navajo leader Willie Grayeyes, “protecting Bears Ears is not just about…

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