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RDT's 2019-2020 Season: HERE&NOW

Featuring:

INSIDE OUTSIDE OCTOBER 3-5, 2019

  • Invention (1949) by Doris Humphrey | a classic work by one of the founders of modern dance featuring vibrant energy and affirmation of the human spirit. 
  • Something About Night (2018) by Lar Lubovitch | created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company
  • Outdoors (2018) by Noa Zuk | A contemporary, tribalistic, pattern-piece filled with quirky invention and laced with rhythmic humor.
  • Filament (2016) by Andy Noble | A multi-media work commissioned by RDT that creates a fresh, new world that marries movement, images and technology in such a way that dance is seen anew.

 

SOUNDS FAMILIAR NOVEMBER 21-23, 2019

Some of the world’s most beloved music seen through the prism of 21st century choreographers.

RDT invites local choreographers to create short works using classical music that is unforgettable and reimagined by artists from the modern, contemporary, ballet, hip-hop, jazz and theatrical world of dance. Among local choreographers will be the winner of the 2019 REGALIA choreographer competition, Nancy Carter Simpson.

 

EMERGE January 3-4, 2020 - special add-on

RDT dancers can do more than dance. This show features all choreography by the RDT dancers and Artistic Staff in the Black Box Theater. Also included will be the winner of the New Century Dance Project choreographer competition.

 

REGALIA MARCH 7, 2020

Returning for the fifth year, REGALIA gives you the opportunity to award a commission for RDT’s next season. Featuring cocktail party with heavy appetizers, a signature cocktail, and dessert on stage, this one-of-a-kind evening is both a performance and a lively party. The evening will finish with a live band and dancing for all on stage.

 

EARTH TONE April 16-18, 2020

  • Dancing the Bears Ears (2017) by Zvi Gotheiner | A work inspired by our memories and encounters with the Bears Ears National Monument and its people; a work animated with fragments of stories and laced with the spirit of ancient inhabitants.
  • Journey Into Bears Ears by Marty Buhler | A more in-depth documentary of RDT's time in Bears Ears National Monument in 2017.
  • Castor and Pollux (1956) by Elizabeth Waters | A combination of the theories and movements of the Hanya Holm dance technique with movement qualities inspired by Pueblo Indian rituals.

 

SPECIAL ADD-ONS

NEW CENTURY DANCE PROJECT GALA CONCERT**

August 17, 2019

A special performance to culminate the New Century Dance Project workshop, presented by Francisco Gella and Repertory Dance Theatre. Featuring choreographers from across the country and a special performance by RDT. Learn more>>

ROSE EXPOSED **

August 24, 2019

The annual performance featuring the resident companies of the Rose Wagner -- Repertory Dance Theatre, Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, Plan B Theatre Company, SB Dance, Pygmalion Theatre Company, and Gina Bachauer International Piano Foundation. Learn more>>

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