It’s the month of love and now you can show how much you heart Utah County on the weekends. Fall in love with these Utah Valley weekend events:
SCERA’s Theatre for Young Audiences takes a twist on Little Red Riding Hood’s tale as she takes on the Big Bad Wolf. This one-hour musical production is catered to children and focused on introducing children to live theater.
When: Feb. 9 at 7 p.m.
Dance Out of Glass
Inspired by the “Roots of Knowledge,” Repertory Ballet Ensemble presents “Dance Out of Glass.” “Roots of Knowledge,” an 80-panel, 60,000-piece stained glass exhibit displayed in UVU’s Fulton Library, tells the history of attaining knowledge. The classical and contemporary ballet performance will do the same thing in a different art form.
Jason Lyle Black: The Backwards Piano Man
Jason Lyle Black has a unique technique when it comes to playing the piano. Known as the “Backwards Piano Man,” Black uses his head to push the pedal. An award-winning composer, concert pianist and entertainer, Black is known for taking audience requests.
When: Feb. 10 at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.
The Bitter Ball: Epic Valentines Dance Party
In preparation for Single’s Awareness Day, a group of local DJs are helping Provo dance the night away. DJ Ry-O takes the stage at 8:30 a.m., DJ Huntrosity at 9:45 p.m. and DJ Commander N Chief at 11 p.m.
When: Feb. 10 at 8:30 p.m.–midnight
Where: 591 S. 100 West St. in Provo
Titanoboa: Monster Snake
Slithering into Provo, Titanoboa is not your average backyard snake. The 48-feet-long, one-and-a-half ton display is a realistic replica of the world’s largest snake. Besides the replica, the display also includes two vertebrae casts made from the original fossils. The exhibition is a collaboration between the Florida Museum of Natural History, the University of Nebraska, and the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute. BYU is one of 15 destinations on Titanoboa’s national tour.
When: Jan. 5 – March 17
Where: Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum, BYU