An evening of dance presented by Beyond the Line Theatre Company; featuring young, local, emerging artists. In this concert performance, you’ll see a wide variety of dance styles including highly choreographed, beautiful, weird & post-modern, upbeat, and meaningful pieces. Brace yourselves for a night of diverse, unique, & exciting dance works. This performance will present mostly new works choreographed by Katelynn Killian, Cam Welch, Nathaniel Woolley, Jordan Reynosa, Kate Blair, and Megan Fotheringham.
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Summer is a special time of year, and Utah Film Center invites you to join us under the stars for a film series every bit as magical! We’re ready to take you on a journey that digs into the fertile soil of the imagination, takes your breath away with tales of the extraordinary, and explores the bonds of the human connections between us all. Whether you’re at home roaming our public lands, jamming at your local roller rink, or marching for equality, our soulful summer films will give you something to howl about! RSVP now to the summer lineup! Below is a sneak peek of the films offered at the park!
DEAR MR. BRODY Friday, August 19 @ 8:00 PM In Person @ Liberty Park In January 1970, hippie-millionaire Michael Brody Jr. announces to the world that he’s giving away $25 million to usher in a new era of peace and love, igniting a psychedelic spiral of events. In a frenzied few weeks, Brody and his young wife are mobbed by the public, scrutinized by the media, and overwhelmed by the crush of personal letters responding to his extraordinary offer. Fifty years later, it’s the discovery of twelve large boxes of unopened letters in an LA storage unit that inspires Dear Mr. Brody. Neither Michael Brody Jr.’s story, nor the thousands of stories in the letters have ever been told — until now. Reserve Tickets: https://www.utahfilmcenter.org/event/dear-mr-brody/