Monday, June 17th 2019

Student Production of “Legally Blonde” is Hilarious and Enthusiastic

Kaitlyn Tang It is easy to tell where The Old Little Theater got its name. Attached to the College of Creative Studies building with a...

Sarah Jones Brings Laughter and Understanding to Campbell Hall

Maddy Buie Through an array of brilliant foreign accents, impersonating body language, and a couple of minor wardrobe changes, Sarah Jones managed to bring to life...

On a Beachside Campus, the Gritty “Bernhard” is Born

Michael Lin Staff Writer Naturally, in beautiful sunny Santa Barbara, an apocalyptic play exploring atrocities and kindness made possible by human selfishness is born. "Bernhard," one...

Richard the Scourge Converts Classic Play Into Bad Comedy

Jennica Martin Staff Writer Over the past weekend, I.V. Arts and Shakespeare in the Park collaborated to put on Richard the Scourge, a play they described...

Santa Barbara Dance Theater’s 40th Season: Incorporating the Past, Envisioning the Future

Lacy Wright To celebrate its fortieth anniversary, the Santa Barbara Dance Theater will be performing works by not only its current artistic director, Christopher Pilafian, but...

Event Preview: Enjoy Some Free Shakespeare in the Park

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer What do a shipwreck, two murder plots, island sprites, drunk jesters, a love story, a sorceress, a deformed islander man, and Isla...

‘Bloody Poetry’ Brings Some Punk to the Romantic Period

Neha Pearce Staff Writer As the audience enters the Performing Arts Theater for the opening night of Howard Brenton’s play, Bloody Poetry, they eye the ominous...

College of Creative Studies Musical ‘Even Greater Britain’ is a Great Success

Hector Sanchez Castaneda Staff Writer Photo by Candice Ge Last week, the College of Creative Studies held its fifth iteration of what they call the CCS Musical...

The Emotional and Physical Movement of ‘In the Red and Brown Water’

Hector Sanchez Castaneda Staff Writer Photo by Veronica Arvizo, Staff Photographer Tarell Alvin McCraney’s play In the Red and Brown Water, currently playing at University of California,...

‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ Brings 19th Century Comedy to Life

Hector Sanchez Castaneda Staff Writer The University of California, Santa Barbara’s production of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest has been advertised as the “wittiest...