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ALL LIVE EVENTS ARE CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, CHECK BELOW FOR DIGITAL EVENTS

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 for the remainder of Winter Quarter and the start of Spring Quarter, through the end of April at the earliest. Even though our students, faculty, and staff worked tirelessly to produce and present spring quarter events, we have to put the safety of our community at the forefront and cancel all spring quarter events unless something significantly changes.

In case we are able to safely present any of our canceled events, we will let you know through our website and email communication (if you want to stay in touch with us during these challenging times please SUBSCRIBE HERE).

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Announcements

Dramatic Publishing announces the publication and exclusive licensing of LAUNCH PAD’s Alone, Together Festival of 39 short plays and monologues written by 24 playwrights to be performed on Zoom.

BFA Acting students of the Department of Theater and Dance share their experience on how is to be a part of the program. Please see the video in the announcement.

LAUNCH PAD 2020 Summer Reading Series is presenting four brand new plays from July 17th through August 8th: Once Upon a Family by Barbara Lebow, Shanghai by Linda Alper, THE CRATCHITS (in America) by James Still, and Elocutia Does Pygmalion by Cheryl L. West.

The Department proudly announces that graduate students Alesha Claveria & Heath Pennington are awarded summer minigrants for Multidisciplinary Research on COVID-19 and its Impacts.

The Theater/Dance community commits to doing our part to support and lift up black voices through the art we create, the scholarship we produce and the teaching we impart. Black Lives Matter.

When the world is social distancing and our community is missing the art daily created at UCSB Theater/Dance, dance professor Monique Meunier wanted to provide an inspirational video.