Idaho Dance Theatre Fall Performance 

Friday, Nov. 6-Sunday, Nov. 8

Just dance.

John Kelly

Just dance.

Idaho Dance Theatre is set to present five works by some of southern Idaho's preeminent choreographers and dancers.

Marley Burn, Jason Hartley's meditation on the sign of a true dancer: skin burns from sliding across a vinyl dance floor. Hartley's amazing physicality has propelled many a Trey McIntyre Project and LED performance. Marla Hansen will present Sphere of Influence, in which she explores relationships and emotions through motion. We Need to Talk, by longtime IDT performer Gonzalo Valdez, will put to dance feelings that are rarely seen but felt deeply in times of transition. Yurek Hansen's wildcard performance promises "an amalgamation of all the tools in the theatre artist's tool belt," and Lydia Sakolsky-Basquill, of Project Flux, presents a new work performed by an all-woman dance corps.

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