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UCSB’s “The Vagina Monologues and Herstories” Offers Healing Moment for Women

Annette Ding Staff Writer Rows of women, all dressed in black, stood side-by-side in solidarity as they said “go with love” to the packed audience in Campbell...

Improvability Provides Eccentric and Unique Comedy in Isla Vista

Raymond Matthews UCSB’s Improvability is a well-known performance group that has become a staple for entertainment in Isla Vista. Their most recent show on Friday...

Student Artist Spotlight: The Dancing Dream of Colson Lynn

Addison Morris Staff Writer When he was only ten years old, second-year UCSB student Colson Lynn went to see a touring production of "Cats," an experience...

“Shake On It” Surpasses Expectations

Sheila Tran Staff Writer Students and families alike poured into UCSB’s Old Little Theater for showings of this year’s original, student-created College of Creative Studies musical,...

Spring Dance Concert Showcases Seniors’ Talent

Addison Morris Staff Writer The 2018 Spring Dance Concert titled “Kalopsia: Delusions of Beauty” played in UCSB’s Hatlen Theater from April 12-14. Assistant Professor Brandon Whited...

Naked Shakes’ “Hamlet” Brings New Energy and Passion to a Classic Play

Alex Pigeon UCSB’s Naked Shakes, a student-run Shakespearean theater company, has recently completed their run of "Hamlet", one of the most famous and iconic of...

“Still We Rise” Distills the Immigrant Experience with a Multi-Arts Experience

Alondra Sierra For two nights, “Still We Rise: A Collaborative Performance of Art, Dance, Music, Theatre, and Poetry” played at The Art, Design & Architecture...

Review: UCSB Performance of “Hair” Was a Political and Artistic Triumph

Jessica Gang Opinions Editor Last Friday, Campbell Hall was transformed into a hotbed of ‘70s counterculture and anti-war protest as it hosted the opening night of...

Company Wang Ramirez Brings Innovative “Borderline” Dance Performance to Santa Barbara

Jessica Gang Opinions Editor On Oct. 14, leading dance duo Honji Wang and Sébastien Ramirez blew away audience members at the Granada Theatre as they brought...

‘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...