From the mountains of South America comes The Magic Lake, a fantastical tale of courage, adventure and mystery, newly adapted for the stage by the University of Utah Children’s Dance Theatre. High in the Andes, a young llama-herder named Chaska restlessly dreams of visiting faraway lands. When a deadly plague sweeps across the empire and the Emperor’s daughter falls ill, Chaska sets out in search of a cure. Aided by condors, pink dolphins, macaws, and other colorful characters, she seeks a way to reach the dream world where the healing waters of a stolen lake may hold the answer. Come experience CDT’s exciting adaptation of this Andean folktale featuring original dance, costumes and music.
The show lasts about an hour.
We are offering two free matinee performances on September 21st at 10:00am and 12:30pm. This is a unique opportunity for your students to see other children put on an elaborate production that is filled with captivating movement, an inspiring storyline, original music, and eye-catching costumes.
If you are interested in reserving seats for your students, email Marian Kedziora at email@example.com the following information:
Performance Date and Time
Name of Group Reservation/ School
Number of Students Attending
Number of Teachers Attending
Number of Chaperones Attending
Do you require any handicap assistance?
How many buses will you be bringing? Do you require additional bus funding to attend?
If you are interested in receiving partial bus funding, please contact Marian Kedziora at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-587-3726.
We hope that you and your students will join us for this beautiful tale of magic and fantasy told through original dance and music.