CacheArts Presents National Touring Season
April 12 - 7:30 PM
This performance marks Ririe-Woodbury’s return to touring performances and we are honored to be the first to host them live. When we first started talking with Ririe-Woodbury, we tentatively planned on selections from the company’s vast repertoire, but we were surprised and delighted to hear that the company will be performing two brand new works: In the Moment Somehow Secluded, choreographed by Yin Yue; and Rites, by Pew Fellow Charles O. Anderson. According to the company, ”Rites is a rhythmic meditation inspired by US civil rights movements (Black, Women, Hispanic, LGBTQIA), exploring the roots of contemporary dance which can be traced back to Africa. It can be viewed as a ritual that expresses the pain of marginalized people who are not being included in the American Dream. Charles O.Anderson imagines, embodies, and accepts the pain, and further investigates what it means to be resilient and to resist the ongoing oppression of society. Ultimately, Rites is about how each individual can support unity and solidarity for all people.”
Children 5-12 yrs: 50% off
Students 13 yrs-University: 25% off
Groups of 15+: 15% off
Seating at this performance will be moderately distanced
In compliance with state guidelines, all patrons are required to wear a facial covering for the duration of the performance.
Masks are still required in Utah at events with more than 50 people and in keeping with the same guidelines concessions will not be sold.
In the event of a show cancellation, tickets will be refunded less a 10% administration fee.