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Repertory Dance Theatre dedicates our 55th Emerald Season to Kay Clark. Kay Clark was one of the founding members of Repertory Dance Theatre. As an impeccable dancer, teacher, choreographer, and director, Kay helped create an organization that became acclaimed nationally and internationally and developed into a resource center for contemporary dancers, choreographers, visual artists, writers, and composers. As the

It is with great sadness that RDT announces that our “Artistic Princess” is gone. Kay Clark passed away on Weds, May 27. 2020 Kay Clark in The Incense by Ruth St. Denis Kay Clark was one of the founding members of Repertory Dance Theatre. In 1966, Kay and seven other dancers were invited by the Rockefeller Foundation to embark on

Adjusted and modified for the current at-home situation, join Tyler Orcutt as he teaches and demonstrates a drop swing combination. https://youtu.be/BiUhrPwy3YM The music used is Leg Swings by Fat Coda Studios. You can find the track on Apple Music by clicking HERE or on Spotify HERE. https://open.spotify.com/track/4asNCC8LP1aoCgESXwWmFz?si=c_5xPGyfSTuVxN66JiJ5BQ Feel free to share these videos, embed them for your students, or link to

Join Lauren Curley for a 30-minute ballet class. She teaches each combination in the series and then performs them with you. All of the music is from David Plumpton's CD Divas for Inspirational Ballet Class. You can find it on Apple Music HERE. https://youtu.be/lfoEvEQc_4g

Photo provided by Julie Lentz Pearl Wagstaff-Garff was a legend in the Salt Lake City children's dance community. She started the Dancers' Theatre Company, a non-profit, and the Life Arts Center, a school of the integrated arts/science. Pearl received the "Lifetime Achievement Award" from the Utah Dance Education Organization. Pearl was a teacher, shaman, dancer, and artist, known as

March 14, 2019 | 7:30 pm Repertory Dance Theatre is proud to present a solo show by the world-renowned artist, Danielle Agami on March 14, 2019. Framed is an intimate look into womanhood as experienced and understood by the ever-sensitive and insightful Danielle Agami. Growing up, Agami was surrounded by special female role models, especially her mother as the