Odyssey Dance Theatre's Thriller Tickets
Tuacahn Amphitheatre | Ivins, Utah
Get a glimpse of the coolest and creepiest dance show that has invaded the nation since the 1990s: Odyssey Dance Theatre's "Thriller." This Halloween season, the famous production is back on the road to bring back your favorite numbers, including "Thriller," "The Curse of the Mummy," "Dem Bones," "Frankenstein," and "Jason Jam," among many others — and as usual, many new surprise acts will wow all spectators. The dance company will hold a two-night show at Utah's Tuacahn Amphitheatre this October 25-26. Grab your tickets here for their first night this Tuesday and prepare to be thrilled by the most creative, humorous, and energetic dance shows that have continually evolved over the years. Click on the "Get Tickets link" now!
Winner of Utah's Best of State award for 16 years in a row, Odyssey Dance Theatre continually thrills audiences with the most energetic, humorous, and creative dance numbers with its famous dance show "Thriller." The show is the brainchild of Odyssey Dance's founder Darryl Yeager. Yeager has incorporated his vast experience as a veteran actor, director, and choreographer to craft this long-running seasonal show that captured the interest of Americans all over the nation.
Featuring a corps of 30 young professionals, the show comprises production numbers ranging in scale from duets to real mob scenes. While the show has evolved somewhat over the years, the old favorite dance routines are still present. After all, Thriller wouldn't be Thriller without the iconic dance numbers like "Curse of the Mummy," "Dem Bones," "Salem's Mass," "The Lost Boys," and, of course, "Thriller."
Aside from the classic numbers performed with a twist, the show will also feature newer pieces that can only be seen at the Tuacahn venue. Like the previous years, spectators are in for a surprise. Thus, we can't wait to see what the famous dance company has in store for us this year. Whatever they are, they deserve to be seen live. So reserve your tickets as early as today and look forward to bringing the kids to Tuacahn Amphitheatre this Halloween season! See you there.