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UTAH VALLEY SPOTLIGHT
A Night of Broadway
(Orem, Utah) -- SCERA will showcase the best of musical theatre by offering Tony Award-winning selections at their sixth annual A Night of Broadway event Jan. 28-31. A Night of Broadway will begin at 7 p.m. at the SCERA Center for the Arts, 745 S. State St., Orem. Reserved-seat tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children 3-11 and seniors 65 and older. They are available at www.scera.org, by calling 801-225-ARTS, at the main office at SCERA Center, open 10am-6pm weekdays and Saturdays from 12Noon-6pm or at the door 30 minutes prior to each performance. Shawn Mortensen, SCERA's Production & Programs Manager, has helped assemble and choreograph some of the area's finest performers to present Utah's tribute to The Big Apple songbook. The program is filled with Tony Award-winning shows and showtunes from Broadway blockbusters, classic musicals and contemporary favorites. "The show has become one of our most anticipated concerts," Mortensen says. "It's a limited engagement of four evenings that typically brings in full houses. What I love about this event is the opportunity to mix well-known numbers with numbers from shows that are rarely produced in this area, but produce funny, touching and powerful music that deserves to be heard and appreciated. " SCERA President & CEO Adam J. Robertson loves that A Night of Broadway is two things: "Pure entertainment is first and foremost, but it's nice to bring in some lesser-known songs to help us all broaden our theatrical horizons. I can pretty much guarantee you will come away with a new favorite showtune that you didn't know before you came!"
Academy of Ballet
Point Counterpoint, Don Quixote, and Jazz come to the Covey Center this January. Be sure not to miss this mesmerizing performance from Academy of Ballet this January!
Barefoot in the Park
When newlyweds Corie and Paul Bratter arrive at their first New York apartment, the honeymoons comes to a screeching halt as they confront a needy mtoher-in-law, an eccentric neighbor, and the inevitable adjustment to married life. A classic comedy from playwright Neil Simon.
Beauty Redefined: The Im…
Studies show the majority of girls and women live in a state of self-consciousness, where they constantly monitor their appearances for what they look like to outsiders. This leads to feelings of body shame and low self-worth, which are often dealt with through harmful ways of coping, such as disordered eating, opting out of social activities and exercise, self-harm, and dangerous and expensive cosmetic surgery. how do we overcome this negative posture of poor self-image and preoccupation with appearance? identical twins Lexie and Lindsay Kite, Ph.D.s and co-directors of the nonprofit Beauty Redefined Foundation, will provide an engaging visual presentation on body image resilience, which their research shows is central to mental and physical health, confidence, happiness, and empowerment. The event will conclude (last 45 minutes) with light refreshments as attendees move into small group dialogues at tables. Come, listen, learn, and add your voice to this important conversation! This event is open to all women 14 year of age or older and all those who influence girls and women.
BYU Men's Basketball vs …
Come out and support BYU Men's Basketball as they take on San Francisco
BYU Men's Basketball vs …
Come out and support BYU Men's Basketball as they take on Santa Clara
BYU Men's Volleyball vs.…
Come support the Men's Volleyball team as they take on UC San Diego
BYU THEATRE BALLET IN CO…
Ballet in Concert Shani Robison, artistic director Two different programs will showcase the breadth of BYU Theatre Ballet's style from classical to contemporary works as styles merge and emerge. CLASSICAL AND CONTEMPORARY REPERTORY BYU Theatre Ballet performs highlights from Fairy Tales and Fantasy and concludes with three contemporary premieres by Alexandre Munz, Ishan Rustem, and Garret Smith. FAIRY TALES AND FANTASY For the first time, BYU Theatre Ballet presents its popular touring show featuring excepts from well-known and beloved ballets, such as Cinderella, The Sleeping Beauty, and Snow White. Arrive early for Prince and Princess Party where audience members can meet the ballerinas and the fairy tale royalty. Always a delight, the pre-show party is for young and old to dress up in their royal costumes. Children will be invited to dance on stage during the performance with their favorite characters. Program Performance Schedule: Classical and Contemporary Repertory Thurs.-Sat., Jan., 29-31, 7:30 p.m. Fairy Tales and Fantasy Sat., Jan. 31, 2:00 p.m. Prices: $15 $8 children 2+
Covey Clean Comedy Open …
Have you ever been told your funny? Are you the hit of the backyard BBQ with your impression of Uncle Al and the cross-eyed squirrel? Now is your chance to show everyone your true calling as comedian extraordinaire with the Covey Clean Comedy Open Mic every Thursday night at 7 pm. Admission is just $3, but comics can get in free by bringing at least 3 people to the show. Several participants from the Open Mic will be chosen to compete in the Covey Clean Comedy Festival March 2015. With a mix of professional and amateur comedians, The Covey Arts Center provides an opportunity to develop clean comedy acts and a venue in which to perform them. Sign up starts at 6:30 PM, so feel free to bring the whole family out to a night a hilarity and hijinks that is appropriate for all ages. It will be hosted by comedian Rodney Norman who will also be providing guidance and feedback to everyone who participates.
Happy Valley Derby Darli…
We're raising money for the 2015 season! Party with your local derby girls and donate to a good cause, all in one fabulous evening. It's only $5 plus the cost of admission. Price includes music, dancing, snacks, games, bingo, silent auction, raffles, and more! Just ask for the wristband at entry.