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Friday, April 1, 2011

April @ Covey Center for the Arts (Provo)

Out of the Mind of an Illustrator – Joe Flores

(Secured Gallery)

April 1 – May 26

10a.m. - 6p.m., Monday – Thursday; 10a.m. - 2p.m. Fridays


Opening Reception: Friday, April 1, 6 - 9 p.m.

Vistas: Work by Rick Kinateder

(Eccles Gallery)

March 4 – April 28

10a.m. - 6p.m., Monday – Thursday; 10a.m. - 2p.m. Fridays

Rick Kinateder is a graduate of art and design from BYU. He is the founder of Kinateder Inc, an architectural design, rendering, and model business in the Provo area that has achieved national recognition. He has recently dedicated his efforts in aiding fundraising of projects and the beautification of Provo and surrounding cities in Utah County.

Rick has taught architectural rendering to many students at BYU and UVU. He has served several terms on the Provo Arts Council, and is currently serving as the Chair. Along with his love for the culinary arts, he has always had the desire to further develop his skills in fine art painting.

The past year he has taken the opportunity to focus his efforts in watercolor painting. This is his first one man show in the Covey Center. Paintings included in this exhibit are of the local scenery, the canyon lands from areas where he grew up, and paintings from his travels in Germany, Italy and France. There are a few of his architectural illustrations ranging over 30 years. As a gift to his children, he painted the LDS temple where they were married and there are prints of those temples in the show. Rick is a resident of Provo where he and his sweetheart of 40 years, Diane, have raised six wonderful children. The show in the Eccles Gallery starts Friday, March 4th and continues through April 17th, 2011.

Downtown Gallery Stroll

April 1

6p.m. - 9p.m.


BYU Noteworthy


$8, $10

Based in Provo, UT, the Noteworthy ladies seek to uplift all those that hear and see them sing. After producing highly acclaimed recordings, touring throughout the United States, and winning the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, it is no surprise that this nine-voice, all-female ensemble has quickly become one of the most popular collegiate a cappella groups in the nation.

Opera at the Covey: Opera Classics

(Studio Theater)

April 1


$6, $8

The Utah Lyric Opera aims to provide high quality opera and musical theater performances for Utah Valley audiences at a professional level, utilizing exceptional area talent. Such talent will include singers, actors, intstrumentalists, dancers, directors, and conductors, as well as set, lighting, and costume designers.

ULO hopes to introduce individuals of all ages to the beauty, literature, culture, and history of outstanding opera and musical theater.

Chamber Music at the Covey


April 4

$5, $7

Jazz at the Covey: All That Jazz!

April 5


$6, $8

BYU's Synthesis, Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Voices, and Jazz Legacy Dixieland Band will perform in our Performance Hall

Dance Company Festival

April 7

7 p.m. Gala

$5 Adjudication

$7 Gala

$10 Combo

ROC: Multicultural Showcase

April 8, 9

7:30 p.m.


Songs and dances from native American Indians, African American, Polynesian, Asian and Latin culturesl

Experience it all!

Orem Dance Theatre

April 19

7:30 p.m.

Single Tickets - $8 each.
5 tickets or more - $7 each
10 tickets or more - $6 each
*Children 2 and under are free

A dance production of The Secret Garden, performed by The Children's Dance Theater

Center Stage Youth Performers:

Beauty and the Beast

April 22, 23, 25, 27-30
7:00 p.m.
$6 Balcony, $7 Mezzanine, $9 main floor

Center Stage Youth Performers based in Pleasant Grove, Utah, is excited to perform the Tony Award winning show, Disney's/ Beauty and the Beast Jr./ The Disney classic that has enchanted audiences worldwide casts
its spell on the Covey Center for the Arts this April.

Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Jr. features music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, with book by Linda Woolverton. The musical tells the story of the brainy and beautiful Belle (Addison
McArthur) who yearns to escape her provincial life, and her brute of a
suitor, Gaston (Jaxson Dayton). However, she gets more adventures than
she anticipated when she becomes a captive in the Beast's (Dallin
Cloward) enchanted castle. Dancing flatware, menacing wolves and singing
furniture fill the stage with thrills in this beloved fairy tale about
very different people finding strength in one another and learning how
to love.

The production is a condensed version of the Broadway hit musical
"Beauty and the Beast." The 75-minute production will showcase the
talents of 88 youth from Utah County, ages 7-18. Filled with lovable
characters, beautiful tunes and enchanting sets and costumes, this "tale
as old as time" is sure to be an exciting night out for the entire family.

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