|Date:||September 23-26, 2013|
3000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322
12:00 PM Human Library
The Human Library offers human books available to check out by readers curious to find out more about something the book has experienced or believes. Come find out the rest of the story!
6:00 PM ASL Storyteller Ben Jarashow
Curious about or interested in American Sign Language, Deaf culture, or talented storytelling? All are welcome!!! Deaf Education Students' Association and ASL Club host ASL storyteller Ben Jarashow, who will entertain and delight with his creative performance. Voiced interpretation provided.
7:00 PM Logan Tabernacle Concert and Lecture Series
Listed below are upcoming events in the Logan Tabernacle Concert and Lecture Series:
December 9: Food Pantry Benefit Concert
7:30 PM BodyVox - Reverie
The Cache Valley Center for the Arts will present BodyVox, one of Portland's most innovative performing arts companies. The program will draw from the company's wide-ranging, emotionally engaging repertoire, including such favorites as "Reverie." In addition this show includes some of BodyVox's best loved and recognized dances: "Beat," "Twins" and "Rip Tide."
Led by the Emmy Award-winning choreographers Jamey Hampton and Ashley Roland, BodyVox is known for its visual virtuosity, distinctive wit and unique ability to combine dance, theater and film into breathtaking productions rich in imagery, athleticism and humor. Since its founding in 1997, BodyVox has toured to critical acclaim on stages around the world, developed 8 award winning films, 17 evening length shows and 3 operas, featuring nearly 200 original dances. Both complex and refreshingly simple, Reverie is inspired by the impressionist era and builds from an overriding belief in the power of beauty.
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone or in person at the CVCA ticket office.
7:30 PM The Importance of Being Earnest
The Old Barn Community Theatre presents The Importance of Being Earnest, written by Oscar Wilde, directed by Sarah Knowles. Tickets can be purchased online or by phone. This event is sponsored by ConService, the Utah Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, and Box Elder County.
The Importance of being Earnest opens as we learn that Jack Worthing leads a double life: Earnest in town and in love with Gwendolyn; Jack in the country and the guardian of the lovely Cecily. To keep the rouse up he has created an irresponsible brother named Earnest whose poor behavior drags him frequently to town to rescue him from his recklessness. However, when Jack's friend Algy comes to the country and introduces himself as Earnest, confusion ensues. Add in Cecilys absent-minded tutor, a love struck rector, two dry and pessimistic butlers, and Gwendolyns overbearing mother with outrageous hats, and you too will discover the importance of being Earnest.
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