Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company’s Moving Parts Family Series is perfect way for families to experience the arts. Parents and children of all ages can enjoy contemporary dance together with these wiggle-friendly, hour-long performances at an affordable price of just $10 per person. Save even more with our Moving Parts Family Series season pass. Get a ticket for all three shows for only $29 per person, a 25% savings including all box office fees! For individual or season tickets call 801-355-ARTS or visit ArtTix.org.
Saturday, September 29, 2018 | 1:00pm
An abridged version of full length works including Star Mark (2016) by Joanna Kotze, Prima Materia (2015) by Adam Barruch, Construct (2014) by Company Artistsic Director Daniel Charon and Strict Love (1994) by Doug Varone, first performed by the Company in 1999 and then again in 2009.
The Jeanné Wagner Theatre at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center
138 West Broadway | Salt Lake City, Utah | 84101
The Live Creature and Mysterious Things
Saturday, February 2, 2019 | 1:00pm
This family-friendly world premiere production asks: “Where does hope come from when faced with random cruelty?” and is inspired by the mission of The Red Fred Project and it’s founder, Dallas Graham. The Red Fred Project finds children living in extraordinary circumstances, and empowers them through a guided creative process that ultimately inspires them to author an original book. These creative kids, most of whom are terminally ill, have faced significant challenges in short lifetimes with humor and compassion and have wisdom-filled stories to share.
The Live Creature and Mysterious Things will be choreographed by Artistic Director Daniel Charon with an original score composed by John Paul Hayward. The story is being developed in collaboration with Robert Scott Smith and Alexandra Harbold of Flying Bobcat Theatrical Laboratory.
The Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre
50 West 200 South | Salt Lake City, Utah | 84101
Saturday, April 20, 2019 | 1:00pm
An abridged version of the new works by Stephen Koester and Daniel Charon.