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Monday, October 25, 2010

November Events @ Covey Center for the Arts (Provo)


Friday, November 5, 2010
6-9 p.m.
In the Eccles Art Gallery, you will be able to view the works by the Utah Valley Artist’s Guild and in the Art Gallery, you can see the continuing exhibit by Doug Adams, Christina Timothy and Brittney Golden.

Pioneer Legacy
7:30 p.m.; Main Floor $8, Balcony $7, Children $6, Groups of 10 or more $6
November 1, 2, 3
Great for families! From the foot stompin’ hoedown to the last amen, Pioneer Legacy inspires and entertains, so, bring the kids and be prepared to laugh, cry, and feel the spirit of the Pioneers,” suggests Lynne Thompson, Pioneer Legacy author and creator.

The emotion and drama of the Mormon trek comes to life as the story of pioneers, George and Elizabeth Fox, unfolds. Distraught over the loss of her tiny baby, Elizabeth hears his cries in her mind and becomes lost as she goes to comfort him. After 50 men spend two days searching and her footprints are discovered near the Green River she is presumed drowned. Her husband reluctantly, takes their three children on to Salt Lake, writing messages on the rocks along the way for people to look for her.

“Elizabeth’s story brings a tear to your eye and a smile to your face as the pioneer spirit moves front and center,” says Thompson. “The faith promoting love story is told through music, dance and drama with the professional Legacy Dance Theater Company performing along with children from the Green River area giving the show a touch of home,”

“I can feel this story in my bones,” says Shannon Otte, the show director and author of the narration that reflects George’s dilemma: should he continue searching for his wife on the plains of Wyoming or take their three children on to Salt Lake.

The original score, written by David Thompson, features vocalist Katie Thompson (Forgotten Carols, Safe Harbors, So You Think You Can Dance, Giant, Wash D.C.)

The Beach Boys
7:30 p.m.; $45, $60, $75, $95
November 4
A Mayor's Series for the Performing Arts Special Event
Thursday, November 4

They’re the Beach Boys: what more can we say? With tens of millions of albums sold, the Beach Boys are an American icon—and they’re coming to the Covey Center! Join Mike Love, Bruce Johnson and the rest as they bring their good vibrations to Utah.

The Nutcracker presented by Barlow Arts Conservatory of Dance
4 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.; $10, $12, $15
November 9, 10
Barlow Arts Conservatory (BAC) is one of Utah’s finest performing art schools. Barlow Arts Conservatory is dedicated to superior ballet training and technique. They believe a dedicated and disciplined study of ballet in a safe and caring environment is not only fundamental to all modern forms of dance, but also a valuable experience for developing self-esteem, respect and joy in young people. Barlow Arts Conservatory strives to be the premier studio in Utah for producing professional level artists.
Chamber Music at the Covey
7:30 p.m.; $6, $8
Studio Theater

• November 12
• December 10
• January 14, 2011
• February 11, 2011
• March 11, 2011

Art With Heart
7 p.m., Saturday matinee 2 p.m.; $20
November 12, 13
Art With Heart is a benefit concert for Shriners Hospital. Shriners Hospital provides quality care to children with orthopedic disabilities, spinal cord injuries and burns at absolutely no cost. In the past five years, The Dance Club, The Winner School, and Dance Impressions have combined the talents of their dancers to present this concert for the children at Shriners. The talent is impressive, the show is fun and upbeat, and you couldn't find a better cause!

Utah Valley Youth Symphony
7:30 p.m.; free
November 15
Directed by a passionate group of educator musicians, the Utah Valley Youth Symphony is dedicated to serving youth musicians through the performance of music from the standard orchestral repertoire at a potentially professional level. The organization is a self-funding, non-profit corporation.
The Utah Valley Youth Symphony organization continually strives to meet the challenge of its mission statement - "to support the aesthetic, social, and intellectual development of our youth and community through music."

Jazz at the Covey
7:30 p.m.; $6, $8
•October 22, 2010 Jazz Voices - Studio Theater

•November 19, 2010 Jazz Legacy Dixieland Band - Studio Theater

•December 17, 2010 - Have a Very Jazzy Christmas by the Mark 4 Jazz Quartet (Mark Ammons and BYU friends) - Studio Theater

•April 5, 2011 - All That Jazz! - BYU's Synthesis, Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Voices, and Jazz Legacy Dixieland Band will perform in our Performance Hall
The Nutcracker presented by Classical Ballet Academy and Provo Civic Ballet
7:30 p.m.; $15
November 17, 18

Vocal Point
7:30 p.m.; $8, $10, $12
November 19
Vocal Point is Brigham Young University's premiere contemporary a cappella ensemble. Under the direction of James Stevens, Vocal Point's nine-man vocal firepower propels harmonies far beyond traditional four-part possibilities. With inventive arrangements, humor, and remarkable vocal percussion, Vocal Point continually invigorates audiences and generates fans.
Always a great crowd pleaser: you’ll love Vocal Point!

ConfiDance Club in Concert
5 p.m.; free
November 20
Knuffle Bunny
7:30 p.m. $10, $12
November 22, 23
Script and Lyrics by Mo Willems
Music by Michael Silversher
Directed by Rosemary Newcott

It sounds so simple, just a quick trip to the Laundromat with Daddy, Trixie, and her beloved Knuffle Bunny. But, before you know it things go horribly, hilariously wrong. Chock full of adventure, song, and gigantic dancing laundry, Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical tells a tale of firsts: a stuffed animal’s first trip in the laundry, a little girl’s first words, and a Daddy’s first time dealing with his child going “boneless.” Based on his beloved Caldecott Honor–winning picture book, six-time Emmy Award winner Mo Willems joins Grammy Award®–winning composer Michael Silversher to lovingly celebrate the heart and heartache that can only come from a family visit to the local Laundromat. We mentioned the giant dancing laundry, right?

Kennedy Center National Tour: this is the only place to see it in Utah. Catch it here, close to home!
Bring a NEW stuffed animal donation to the Monday night show, and you'll be entered in a drawing for a Knuffle Bunny plush toy! Donations will go to help children in need at the Center for Women and Children in Crisis.
On Tuesday night only, for just $2 more, you can enjoy dessert after the show. To add the dessert option, use the promo code YUMMY when you purchase your tickets.
Recommended for ages 4 and over. All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter the theater. No babies or babes in arms, please.
Run time: 1 hour

Legacy Dance Studio: Christmas Concert
7:30 p.m.; free
November 29

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