Events

 

CHECK BELOW FOR DIGITAL EVENTS! -- ALL IN-PERSON EVENTS ARE CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

In an effort to minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19 in the community, Chancellor Henry Yang announced on Tuesday, March 10th that the UC Santa Barbara campus will be transitioning to remote instruction until it's safe for our community to gather at the public events. Even though faced with challanges of createing performing arts pieces over Zoom, our students, faculty, and staff worked tirelessly to produce exciting season of events.

In the fall quarter of 2020-2021 we are producing more events than in a regular school year and we are very excited to share them with our community for free. For timely updates on our events stay in touch and SUBSCRIBE HERE.

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Events

  1. March 4, 2021 - 6:00pm to March 7, 2021 - 12:00pm

Announcements

Professor Peter Eckersall (Theater, City University New York, New York) will discuss the recent work of playwright and director Okada Toshiki (born 1973) and his theatre group chelfitsch. Join East Asia Center for Q&A with Professor Peter Eckersall on 3/3/21 at 5 pm on Zoom.

 

LAUNCH PAD is proud to partner with NNPN and UCSB's AMPLIFY and New and Reimagined Work on a two-day festival developed through workshops and presented virtually April 2-3. 

The 24-Hour Play Festival will feature seven new short plays written, directed, and acted by UCSB students, faculty, and staff… all created in one twenty four hour period! Please join us for this celebration of community and CREATION at what promises to be an exciting event.

  • Anna Deavere Smith

Anna Deavere Smith uses her singular brand of theater to explore issues of community, character and diversity in America. Deavere Smith performs portrayals of people she has interviewed, recreating a diversity of emotions and points of view on controversial issues.

Center Stage Theater & the UCSB Initiative For New & Reimagined Work are proud to announce our participation in the Nationwide Reading #ENOUGH: Plays to End Gun Violence. Plays available now through Dec 30th.