September 23 - October 29 | FIVE Locations!

Ticket Office service fees and charges apply. Egyptian Theatre
328 Main Street

Park City, UT 84060
Sept 23 - Oct 9, 2022
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The Ellen Eccles Theatre Logan
Cache Valley Center for the Arts
43 S. Main Street
Logan, UT 84321
Sept 26 & 27, 2022
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Peery's Egyptian Theater Ogden
2415 Washington Boulevard
Ogden, UT 84401

Oct 3 & 4, 2022
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Kingsbury Hall
1395 E. President's Circle
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
October 10 to 22, 2022


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Tuacahn Amphitheatre
1100 Tuacahn Drive
Ivins, UT 84738

October 25 - 29, 31, 2022
435-652-3300 or toll free 1-800-746-9882
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Odyssey Dance Theatre will present its smash Halloween Hit Thriller in five locations in Utah this year for the last time ever!

After a 28-year mission of providing a space for talented dancers to stay in their home state of Utah and perform, as well as attracting talent from all over the world to Utah, Odyssey Founder and Artistic Director Derryl Yeager and his wife, Costume Designer/Costume Production Director Cheryl Yeager, will be onto the next ‘mission’ in their lives, serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

If Odyssey Dance Theatre’s Thriller hasn’t been part of your yearly Halloween tradition in the past, it should be this year—your last chance to see Thriller before the Company closes its doors forever.

This year’s show will have all of the favorite pieces from the past – Thriller, The Curse of the Mummy, Dem Bones, Frankenstein, Jason Jam, Salem’s Mass, The Lost Boys – plus a few new surprises. Get your tickets early, because most of the performances sold out last year! This show has it all – frights, amazement, scares and lots of laughs. Come and join this spectacular Halloween tradition and see what everyone is talking about – Odyssey Dance Theatre’s Thriller!


Thriller is not for children under 8 or the faint of heart

“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

“Odyssey’s “Thriller”… a delightful “Danse Macabre”… As for humor, there were bucket-loads. Laughs abounded during a “Romeo & Juliet”- inspired “Frankenstein & Frankenstein” and “Jason Jam,” a work that used a lot of percussive dancing, a la “Stomp,” that spotlighted three “Friday the 13th” villains dancing with ice picks, machetes and, of all things, chain saws. The whole idea was cool…” – Scott Iwasaki – Deseret News

Salt Lake City, Kingsbury Hall, Thriller Discounts 2022


Discounted tickets can be purchased online, by using the codes below, or by calling the Kingsbury Hall Ticket Office at 801-581-7100. Ticketing fees will apply. Discounts are only available for the Kingsbury Hall performance location.

The Kingsbury Hall box office hours are Tuesday-Saturday from 12:00pm – 5:00pm. Closed Sunday & Monday.

The following discounts are NOT available in Section PL1/red:

Group Discount

15% discount for groups of 20 or more. Only available TUESDAY-THURSDAY.
Code: Group

Student Rush

Students can buy two tickets for the price of one the DAY OF PERFORMANCE IN PERSON ONLY-ONE HOUR BEFORE SHOWTIME.
Code: Student

Dance Studio Discount

20% discount for groups of 20 or more.
Code: DanceStudio

Military Discount

We appreciate the service of the men and women of the armed forces! – So all military and their immediate families can get a 30% discount. (Can be extended to law enforcement and fire and emergency personnel, as well.) Only available TUESDAY-THURSDAY & SATURDAY MATINEE.
Code: Military

Family Discount

Saturday Matinee $20 per family member. 6 ticket maximum.
Code: Family

Senior Citizen Discount

All seniors 60 years or older receive a 10% discount on all shows.
Code: Senior

Please note: Kingsbury Hall Ticketing Fees Will Apply. Questions? Please call the Kingsbury Hall Ticket Office at 801-581-7100.

This project is funded in part by the Utah Division of Arts & Museums.