Odyssey Dance Theatre: Thriller Tickets
Tuacahn Amphitheatre | Ivins, Utah
This year’s Odyssey Dance Theatre: Thriller at Tuacahn Amphitheatre on Thursday, October 28th, 2021. The show will have all your favorite pieces from the last – Thriller, The Curse of the Mummy, Dem Bones, Frankenstein, Jason Jam, Salem’s Mass, The Lost Boys – plus a few new deadly surprises. Get your tickets early, because most of the performances sold out last year, they absolutely killed it! This show has it all, from frights, to shocks, and scares and heaps of laughs. Come and join this spectacular Halloween tradition and see what everyone is talking about – Odyssey Dance Theatre’s Thriller! It’s a killer of a night.
“Odyssey’s production of “Thriller” was truly a thrill for the audience, which was at times breathless with laughter, at times fearful and amazed, but always totally entertained. The pieces were excitingly choreographed and energetically performed…” – Margaret Godfrey – Salt Lake Tribune
“I believe the thing that makes ‘Thriller’ unique is that we take all your favorite Halloween characters and place them into different tongue-in-cheek settings and contexts. There is a lot of humor in the show, laugh out loud humor that the audience loves.” Nothing is left out, from Jason impersonations, to skeletons, to the use of chain saws. As the dancers tell it, the program is a scream and always gets a standing ovation. We created an amazing show from a series of Halloween-themed vignettes, and it has become an instant, smash hit. Plus, it supplies the funding for the rest of the season.”
Odyssey’s creative repertoire, versatility and multi-talented and spirited dancers give the company a sustainable, competitive advantage. The company has carved a unique niche in the local, national and international dancescape and has, in fact, created a whole, new market for dance, with dancers that are equally proficient in every style of dance, including ballet; tap; jazz; modern; Irish; ballroom; and funk/hip-hop. This is the spirit of Broadway and Vaudeville combined to create a renewed dance vocabulary and entertainment genre that engages audiences across the country and all over the world. The use of contemporary, popular music, along with classical, makes it exceptionally appealing to a broad based demographic.