Journey is a staged production of traditional and contemporary expressions of cultural dance and music from throughout the world. Cultures represented will include Tibet, India, Hungary, Russia, Ireland, Indonesia, Mexico, Serbia, Canada, Ukraine, and the United States. Student performers are members of BYU International Folk Dance Ensemble and Mountain Strings Folk Music Ensemble.
The BYU Young Ambassadors present a brand new show: Extraordinary Magic, a timeless story of ordinary humans awakening the extraordinary magic in each of us. Fit for the whole family, Extraordinary Magic mixes some of the greatest pop songs of all time, heartwarming stories, and the spectacle of theatre and dance. The music of Ben Rector, Lauren Daigle, John Mayer and other musical greats, along with the writing of Gourley, Moffat, and Balser take us through the stories of three…
Set in North Carolina in the 1960s, North Star is the story of Relia, an African-American girl, searching for her place to shine in both society and her personal life. The joyous innocence of Relia's summer is transformed by the rising tensions of the growing civil rights movement. Relia's parents are hotly divided between letting her participate in the demonstrations and shielding her from the harsh realities of the civil rights struggle and their community's battle for freedom. Relia's memories of magical…
This recital will feature a diverse palette of percussion instruments and musical styles. Coleman will be joined by fellow BYU Percussion faculty member Darren Bastian, as well as bandmates Kristen Bromley and Eric Hansen, who form jazz trio Groove Axis.
BYU Contemporary Dance Theatre in Concert presents Teleconnection: Remnants in Motion. This evening’s concert explores the pressure, friction, and impact one’s movement has within the environment and society, both immediate and distant. Come and travel with the performers as they experience, through visual storytelling and dance, what it means to belong to a species who cares amidst the chaos.
A beloved comic opera of pirates, policemen, and paradoxes. Young Frederick believes he is free from his apprenticeship to the pirates at the age of 21, until the terrible discovery of his leap year’s birthday throws a wrench on his designs. Will Frederick be a slave of love or a slave of duty? Join us for this hour-long musical video extravaganza featuring the talents of BYU’s award-winning Music-Dance-Theatre program. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Libretto by W.S. Gilbert.
A young governess accepts a job at an isolated estate only to find herself believing that the malevolent spirits of two ill-fated lovers are influencing her young charges. Featuring TMA’s ground-breaking work in the technology of the Pepper’s Ghost Effect and the innovative designs of our best theatre students, this new adaptation of the classic gothic horror story will haunt your dreams.