How to Watch from Home
If you missed Chronology in person or you live out of town, you’re in luck! You can stream this incredible contemporary dance concert from home! Streaming is available at a “pay what you can” rate from November 28-December 12. If you find yourself in a position to make a donation at this time, please consider making a donation of any size. Because many people ask us for a suggested donation amount, you might consider $8/viewer or $20 for a household, but again, please pay what is right for you. You can use the donation button below to donate with a credit card, or you can find us on Venmo at @wasatchdance. If this is not the right time for you to donate, please feel free to enjoy the video regardless! To access the digital recording of the show, click “Watch Chronology” below.
More about Chronology
Experience the athleticism and storytelling of contemporary dance as it embarks on a narrative about life – the beginning, middles and ends that shape all our stories.
Length of show: 52 minutes
“With Abandon” choreographed by Kaley Pruitt
“Nonlinear”, a dance film choreographed/directed by Artistic Director Jessica Heaton and performed by Kaley Pruitt Dance (NY) with videography/editing by McCall McClellan
“…just your average drama” choreographed by Rachel Robison
“There’s Been a Study” choreographed by Movers+Makers 2023 winner Hayley Stoddard
“In Memory” (2017), a dance film directed by Aleisha Paspuel and choreographed by Jessica Heaton with videography by Derek Wride
“Ascendance” choreographed by Shani Robison
Kaley Pruitt Dancers (as seen in “Nonlinear”)
-Special thank you to the Center for Latter Day Saint Arts for making this film possible
Read the playbill below for more information.
What are patrons saying about Chronology?
Many patrons told us it was our best show to date! In our feedback survey, patrons also said:
“Skilled, expressive & thought provoking!”
”WCDC does an excellent job creating accessible and intelligent dance works that draw in the audience and create shared experiences between dance artists and community.”
”Inventive, unexpected, entertaining, thoughtful!”
Thanks to all who came!
Can’t attend the show but still want to show your support?
Your donation will keep performances accessible and affordable in our community!
What do we have planned for the upcoming season? Save the dates!
- Community Technique Classes (Intermediate-Advanced Level) every Wednesday evening and Monday and Friday mornings
- Summer Soiree: August 29
- Fall show: November 11 at Orem Library Hall
- Restorative Dance Workshop for adult dancers: March 2, 2024
- Spring show: April 13, 2024 in Lehi
- Movers+Makers dance and choreography intensive/auditions: June 7-8, 2024 in Provo
Did you know that Wasatch Contemporary Dance Company gives complimentary tickets to organizations?
If you work with an organization, especially one that serves underserved populations, we encourage you to bring your participants to a show on us! Request tickets at the link below for any group size. While WCDC will consider any request submitted, special consideration will be given to youth groups, cultural organizations, and anyone whose access to the arts is limited due to geographic or economic barriers.