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Department of Theater and Dance

  • Santa Barbara Dance Theater, UCSB’s resident professional dance company, presents NOW/EVER/MORE

  • Creative masters of film, music, dance and more will visit the UC Santa Barbara campus during new arts season

  • Panama Viejo convent

    High-tech, digital set design brings Verdi’s “Macbeth” to life in the 400-year-old remains of a convent in Panama

  • Cast of UCSB's production of Lydia

    With “Lydia,” director Irwin Appel and seven student actors explore family and the impact of secrets made public

  • The Royal Shakespeare Company to produce a UCSB playwright’s adaptation of a 13th-century Chinese play

  • An interdepartmental collaboration celebrating three pioneers of postmodern dance anchors UCSB’s winter arts season

  • UCSB's fall season spotlights new talent as well as alumni inspiring the next generation of creators.

  • Risa Brainin, Joyce Carol Oates

    Author Joyce Carol Oates to collaborate with UCSB’s LAUNCH PAD to present public reading of her play ‘Bad Touch’

  • UCSB’s LAUNCH PAD to preview ‘We Want the Funk’ by Idris Goodwin

  • Salmyra Raiza is Ophelia and Jack Hayes is Hamlet in the UCSB theater and dance department’s production of “Too Much Water”

    Department of Theater and Dance production explores the role of “good girls” through the ages

  • Santa Barbara Dance Theater ... and Friends

    UCSB’s professional dance company presents works by guest choreographers Joshua Beamish and Emily Schoen

  • 10 questions with UCSB theater professor and director Irwin Appel

  • Maze of Grace group shot

    Nearing retirement, UCSB dance professor and choreographer Jerry Pearson stages one last show of his work

  • Greg Mitchell temple survey

    UCSB theater professor Greg Mitchell works in Nepal to help produce the first-ever opera to debut in the country

  • UCSB’s Naked Shakes to perform ‘The Death of Kings’ — all eight of Shakespeare’s histories adapted into two plays

  • Heather Stanford leads a workshop on Shakespeare at Santa Ynez High School.
    Heather Stanford leads a workshop on Shakespeare at Santa Ynez High School.

    UCSB lecturer gets high school students to learn about Shakespeare the way it was meant to be experienced

  • Thomas Fant, Santa Barbara Dance Theater

    Santa Barbara Dance Theater celebrates its 40th year with a season of fresh works by artistic directors past and present

  • The UCSB Department of Theater and Dance presents its annual Fall Dance Concert

  • The Department of Theater and Dance opens its 2015-16 season with a groundbreaking and provocative work by America’s premiere African-American female playwright.

  • UCSB talk by renowned dance historian and critic Lynn Garafola will focus on Ballets Russes choreographer Bronislava Nijinska

  • The play’s the thing at UCSB, and so are dance, music and art as a new academic year begins

  • Eight histories by William Shakespeare converge in an epic two-play adaptation performed by UCSB’s Naked Shakes

  • Playwrights join the UCSB community as artists in residence for a summer course

  • The Importance of Being Earnest

    It’s a heady cocktail of mistaken identity, young love, hilariously dated elders, high style and pithy commentary.

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