This Season

Wasatch Contemporary Dance Company
presents:

Seven

A study of the creative process through the lens of the seven creative periods of the world.
Friday, March 26 @ 7:30 PM
Saturday, March 27 @ 3:00 PM, 5:30 PM, 8:00 PM
Northampton House, 198 W 300 N American Fork

 

In person tickets: $17/person
Livestream tickets: $25/household
Run time: Approx 75 minutes

*Livestream tickets available March 15th

The Northampton House was originally a church building built in 1903. It’s Gothic Revival architecture and Jacobethan elements make it a true historic gem. Later converted into a wedding/reception venue, the Northampton House felt like the perfect place to transport our audience back to the creation of our planet. Whether you view the creation story as historical or figurative, “Seven” will help you unlock your own creativity and experience the wonder of new beginnings. Enjoy choreography by company directors Heather Norton and Jessica Heaton, company members Ruby Cabbell, Rachel Calabrese, Christi Harris, Sawyer Newsome, and Alysia Paskett and guest choreographer Adam Dyer, with original music by local musicians Benjamin Swisher and Bly Wallentine.
Due to COVID precautions, there are only 36 tickets available per show. Livestream options will also be available and those tickets can be purchased beginning March 8. In-person attendees will need to wear masks and be free of COVID-symptoms in order to attend. Patrons will be seated in household groups with 6 feet between each household group. Please have one person purchase all the tickets for your household so that we can arrange the seats appropriately. Show is appropriate for all ages but recommended for ages 7+. Please no babes in arms. All attendees do need a ticket for entrance regardless of age.
We will issue full refunds if COVID keeps you from being able to use your in-person tickets to the show. Please email wasatchcontemporary@gmail.com if you need a refund for this reason. Refunds for other reasons cannot be issued.