Salt Lake magazine has four tickets to Rowland Hall’s upper-school dance ensemble's Phantasmagoria on Jan. 27 and 28 at the Larimer Center for the Performing Arts. The dance concert will include genres from all over the spectrum, including jazz, contemporary, hip-hop, modern, stepping and ballet.
Each genre works together to explore the world of dreams and its infinite possibilities. The show has also allowed students to stretch their creativity through original choreography and pieces created by local pros like Ursula Perry, Courtney Gleeves, Chris DelPorto and Sofia Gorder. This creativity culminates in two performances at the Lincoln St. Larimer Center.
Enter by leaving a comment below with the most vivid, wild dream you've had.
Example: "A dog was playing the violin, while Teviah from Fiddler on the Roof and I were dancing on the roof of the Triad Center. Suddenly, a tornado ripped through the building and all three of us were falling toward the ground when the Wicked Witch of the West and Spider-man swooped down save us."
We'll pick our two favorite comments and give both commenters two tickets each on Jan. 23. Winners will be notified via e-mail.
FYI: We'll have a brand new website on Jan. 17, and some comments may be lost when we push the new site live. We will keep all comments received before Jan. 17 documented. If you don't see your comment on the new site, you are still entered to win and do not need to reenter.