Utah Dance articles published in 15 Bytes, Utah’s Art Magazine.


Dog and Pony Dance

  Kitty Sailer and Sam Hanson’s experimental dance photos by Will Thompson Independent choreographers Kitty Sailer and Sam Hanson will present Dog & Pony, a program of experimental dance on Friday, Jan. 11 and Saturday Jan. 12 at the Rose Wagner’s Studio Theatre. The program will feature “Dog & Pony”, […]


Ririe-Woodbury’s THREE

Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company’s THREE, performed last weekend, was a broad exploration of the work of choreographer and Artistic Director Charlotte Boye-Christensen, as well as a rousing tribute to her in honor of her last solo show with the company. You could feel it in the dancers’ passion, the […]

Dance | On the Spot

Linda C. Smith

A native of Utah, Linda C. Smith began her career in dance at the age of four with Virginia Tanner’s Children’s Dance Theatre. In 1966 she become a founding member of Repertory Dance Theatre where she fulfilled her dream of becoming a performer, teacher, choreographer, writer, producer and […]

Dance | On the Spot

Brittany Reese Dew

Brittany Reese Dew, Director and Founder of Sugar Space Studio for the Arts is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a B.F.A. in Dance. She has performed, taught and choreographed with a variety of companies in Taiwan, Brazil, Poland, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Hawaii, throughout […]

Dance | Performing Arts

Balanchine’s America

Balanchine’s America at Ballet West reviewed by Alexa Gamble It is easy to watch Balanchine. His choreography is visually engaging and active. His ballets rarely have a narrative, focusing instead on the abstract ideas of pure movement, space, musicality and emotion. One of the twentieth century’s foremost choreographers, […]