Fall Season

SEP 15-17, 2016 | 7:30 pm

Family Matinee SEP 17 | 2:00pm

Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center

For Season Tickets call 801-355-ARTS

FALL SEASON (September 15-17, 2016) presents three diverse interdisciplinary pieces that blur the lines between traditional dance performance, visual art installation, and theater.


Included on the program are:

The Opposite of Killing (2010) by Bulgarian-born choreographer and visual designer Tzveta Kassabova

The Opposite of Killing explores change, anger, understanding, confusion, and sorrow, related to the absence of a close friend. The work was originally created at a seven day residency at New Bulgarian University (Sofia), was reworked at presented at Dance Place, DC and staged for student casts at University of Florida, UMBC and Middlebury College. The piece won four Metro DC Dance Awards 2012.

“I view dance as a visual art form and it is this belief that informs my creative process. To me, the clarity and detail of the visual environment serves as an invitation for the audience, emphasizing the images and feelings that the dance evokes.” -- Tzveta Kassabova

Fragments (2014) by choreographer and visual artist Jonah Bokaer. Fragments marks the return of the architecturally elegant and contemplative work that revolves around two distinct installation elements. Together they create an intimate environment in which to explore the tonal resonance of kinetic movement. Bokaer explains, "The idea is to highlight the dancers and the space with fragmentary reflections and refractions of light and space.”

World Premiere by Company Artistic Director, Daniel Charon. Elegy is a poetic reflection choreographed in response to the current epidemic of senseless killings plaguing America. It is created in the memory of the Orlando shooting victims.

Ririe-Woodbury’s FALL SEASON will be performed in the classic proscenium setting of the Jeanné Wagner Theater, September 15-17, 2016 | Individual Tickets $35 available online at ArtTix.org or by calling 801-355-ARTS.


September 15 Opening Night Reception @ 6:30pm // Mezzanine Studio

Season Ticket holders are invited to an exclusive pre-performance opening night reception. Join the ultimate trendsetters of dance for pre-performance drinks / treats / good times, then watch the performance from the best seats in the house! Purchase Season Tickets HERE

September 16 Curtain Chat

Join us for a post-performance Q & A and get an inside look into the creative process with Artistic Director Daniel Charon & the Ririe-Woodbury Dancers

September 17 Closing Night Party

Celebrate the successful run of our FALL SEASON at a special post-performance Closing Night Party. Mix- and-mingle with the Ririe-Woodbury Dancers and enjoy delicious food, and fresh, hand crafted cocktails @ Oak Wood Fire Kitchen *NEW SLC LOCATION* 110 W Broadway, SLC, UT 84101

Single Ticket: $35 | $40 day of show // Students/Seniors: $15
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