For UC Santa Barbara’s dance majors, virtual classes are uncharted territory and have left many of them struggling to find their footing.
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This past weekend, the UC Santa Barbara Department of Theater and Dance gave an exciting performance of “Hookman,” bringing the 2012 slasher comedy to life in the Performing Arts Theater.
The Shrunken Heads Production Company performed “Mamma Mia!” this past weekend in the Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, bringing a showstopper performance of the 1999 British musical.
“The White Card” first made headlines earlier this year when tickets for its debut performance nearly sold out in New York, and its recent first showing at UC Santa Barbara’s Studio Theater drew...
Despite the fact that there's nowhere to park your bike at Biko, there was a full house with people pouring out of the garage.
Launch Pad’s latest production, “What Martha Did,” hit UC Santa Barbara’s Performing Arts Theater this past weekend.
The showcase was the epitome of what dance aims to be: supportive and uplifting.
“It Girl,” an exhibit created in collaboration between Megan Koth and Jordan Metz, explores different perspectives on how society views women.
In an era that demands political activism, Young-White’s brand of comedy is hitting the mark day after day. So do yourself a favor and come see him in action on April 18 in I.V. Theater.
50% Off All Swimwear, a collaborative show by Serene Blumenthal and Thomas Stoeckinger, made its debut in the Glassbox, featuring a multimedia exhibition of sculptures, videos and found objects.
Each piece challenged the conventional notions of ballet as an art form and left smiles plastered on the faces of the attendees (even that of the most chagrined Dance 45 student).