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REGALIA: A Look at the Past

REGALIA: A Look at the Past

This weekend marks the 4th annual Regalia fundraiser for Repertory Dance Theatre (RDT). Every year, RDT receives choreographer applicants from across the nation and selects four artists to compete for a commission in one of RDT’s season concerts. The audience cast their votes and decide which artist will receive the opportunity to create and present work with RDT. The past three years have brought exemplary and gifted artists to Regalia such as David Marchant, Francisco Gella, Marina Harris, Eric Handman,…

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RDT’s Annual Gift Guide

RDT’s Annual Gift Guide

For: the DANCER RDT’s Dance Center on Broadway {the everyday dancer} RDT’S DANCE CENTER ON BROADWAY offers classes for adults (ages 16+) evenings and weekends at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center. Classes are for all levels in a variety of styles, so there really is something for everyone. Students can drop-in to classes when it works for them — there’s no pressure to register for an entire session. You can purchase gift cards on our website for any amount…

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“We Are Changed”: A day-by-day Report on RDT’s Trip to Bears Ears (Part III)

“We Are Changed”: A day-by-day Report on RDT’s Trip to Bears Ears (Part III)

In Part II, Linda C. Smith, RDT’s Executive/Artistic Director, reported on the group’s visit to Fry Canyon Ruin, the precipitious switchbacks of Moki Dugway and a kiva at the Cave Tower Ruin before the dancers spent time doing improvisation, culminating in a shamanic healing ritual by one of the Native American guides, Ida Yellowman (Dine).  Here in the final installment, Part III, the group continues to the Moon House Ruin, The Procession Panel hike and a community gathering in Bluff, Utah,…

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REGALIA 2017

REGALIA 2017

REGALIA 2017 was a process, a performance, and a party for the ages. On February 11, 2017, four choreographers {Nick Blaylock, Aubry Dally, Eric Handman, and Nichele Van Portfleet} were each given 8 dancers and 4 hours to create a brand new piece of choreography. The audience was invited to watch the choreographers work in the studio, and then see the final performance in the Jeanne Wagner Theatre. In the meantime, audience members enjoyed delicious dinner from Utah Food Services,…

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