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October 5-7, 2017 // 7:30 pm // Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center
Tickets $30* // Students/Seniors $15
*price increases $5 day of show


Videography & editing by Marty Buhler


Inspired by the nature of sacred places.

Featuring a world-premiere by Zvi Gotheiner celebrating the sacred land of Bears Ears National Monument; an epic re-staging of Andy Noble's 2015 work with guests from Utah Valley University; and the return of the visually stunning and powerful work, "Ghost Ship" by Eric Handman.


"DANCING THE BEARS EARS" - (world-premiere) by Zvi Gotheiner

After traveling to the newly proclaimed national monument in May of 2017, Gotheiner and the dancers returned to create this new work honoring the land and its people. Music by Scott Killian.

"TOWER" (2015) by Andy Noble

Tower,” by Andy Noble honors the hallowed ground where the Twin Towers once stood amidst falling rain and features 33 dancers, including guests from Utah Valley University. 

"GHOST SHIP" - (2007) by Eric Handman

Performing under a torrent of 120 pounds of falling rice, the dancers in Eric Handman’s “Ghost Ship” explore how we are connected to our sense of place.



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    RDT in Bears Ears National Monument in May 2017

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    "Ghost Ship" choreographed by Eric Handman

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    Bears Ears National Monument in Southeastern Utah

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