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Cat + Fish Dances Present “Flow,” August 18-19

Join us for “Flow” — four dance works created by Cat Kamrath Monson, Trung “Daniel” Do, Mar Undag, and company dancers.

Location: The Leonardo, 209 E. 500 S.

Time: August 18 and 19 at 7:00 pm

Admission: Donations accepted at the door on a “pay what you can” basis. 10% of proceeds will be donated to Utah Black Artists Collective.

About the company: Since 2014, director Cat Kamrath Monson has been captivating audiences with accessible contemporary dance works alongside her company, Cat + Fish Dances. The company, currently comprised of 12 dance artists, strives to cultivate a space for artistic individuality and a collection of voices as a guide for collaboration and artistic research.

Over the past 8 years, Cat + Fish Dances has produced 13 original dance works. The company’s work has been praised “an outstanding example of modern dance” by Front Row Reviewers, who also noted that it was “refreshing to see talented dancers and choreographers collaborating in innovative approaches not often seen by larger established dance companies, and to find that in Salt Lake City.” Major themes of the company’s work include investigating the body in space, developing physical relationships, and social ideas of seeing and being seen.

In addition to creating striking and thought-provoking dance, Cat + Fish Dances promotes a mission of giving back. A portion of donations collected at every performance go to local organizations that uplift underrepresented groups, including BIPOC artists, LGBTQ+ artists, and female artists.

“Flow” is supported by a Tier 1 Artist Career Empowerment Grant from the Salt Lake City Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support comes from the University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance. 

For more information about the company, visit or @catandfishdances on Instagram.