Odyssey Dance Theatre tours Utah with Thriller

Odyssey Dance will be performing in five locations in Utah. Artistic Director Derryl Yeager talks about the show.

This year’s show will have all of the favorite pieces from the past – Thriller, The Curse of the Mummy, Dem Bones, Frankenstein, Jason Jam, Salem’s Mass, The Lost Boys, and the River of Blood Dance – plus a few new surprises. Get your tickets early, because most of the performances sold out last year! This show has it all – frights, amazement, scares and lots of laughs. Come and join this spectacular Halloween tradition and see what everyone is talking about – Odyssey Dance Theatre’s Thriller!

One company’s Thriller tour will begin at Weber State in Ogden before opening a 19-performance run at Kingsbury Hall. The other company will perform in Park City and Provo and then move into residence at Tuacahn in St. George.

Winner of Best of State in Dance for five years in a row; Best of State of all Arts and Entertainment 2007; Best Choreographer 2009 Odyssey Founder and Artistic Director Derryl Yeager; and Best Individual Dancer 2010 Odyssey Associate Artistic Director/Principal Dancer Eldon Johnson, Odyssey Dance Theatre performs to critical acclaim and standing ovations at home and on tour, nationally and internationally, most notably coinciding with the Beijing Summer Olympics.

Get Your Thriller Tickets Early!

WHEN & WHERE: Odyssey Dance Theatre will present its smash Halloween Hit Thriller in five locations in Utah again this year.

October 6th – 10th
Egyptian Theater, Park City
Tickets go on sale August 16

October 8th and 9th
Weber State University, Val Browning Center, Ogden
Tickets go on sale August 20



October 13th – 16th
Covey Center for the Arts, Provo
Tickets go on sale September 7

October 13th – 30th
Kingsbury Hall, Salt Lake City
Tickets go on sale August 20


October 22nd – 30th
Tuacahn Amphitheatre, St. George
Tickets on sale now:



See our website: www.odysseydance.com for discounts.
Odyssey Dance Theatre is funded, in part, by Zoo, Arts and Parks.

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