Learn about the upcoming season from Ballet West Artistic Director Adam
Sklute, mingle with staff and dancers, and get a sneak-peek at the
original works-in-progress competing to be part of our 3rd annual Spring
Last year’s performance featured selections from six short ballets
created by Ballet West dancers and performed by members of Ballet West
II. Three of those pieces were highlighted in the 2008-09 Innovations
program – Jason Linsley’s Growth and Greif, Tom Mattingly’s Above a Grey
Expectation and Peggy Dolkas’ “Yes, but how did you get there?”.
“Our dancers are fantastically creative artists, and Curtain Up provides
them an opportunity to showcase their choreographic vision,” said Adam
Sklute, Ballet West’s Artistic Director. “In doing so, the program also
gives the audience a glimpse at entirely new creations that may or may
not appear in our season line-up. It’s truly a once-in-a-lifetime
Seating is limited for this free event – only serious RSVP’s please.
RSVP online for Curtain Up
For More Information:
Contact Ballet West at 801-323-6900.
An special note to local choreographers:
Ballet West invites local choreographers to submit proposals for the
company’s 2010 Innovations program, May 22-29, 2010 at the Rose Wagner
Theatre. Choreographers will be selected by Ballet West Artistic
Director Adam Sklute and will have the opportunity to create a brand new
work on Ballet West dancers. For more information, click here.