Monday, June 17th 2019

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...

Flamenco Music and Dance Captivates all at MCC Theater

Gilberto Flores Staff Writer Lorenzo Basilio, Staff Photographer Briseyda Zárate Flamenco Company performed at the MultiCultural Center Theater on Friday, May 16, in an event sponsored by...

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...

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...

Third Gauchella is a Valley of Music and Arts

Léna García Coachella weekend five continued this past Saturday, May 3, as VocalMotion--University of California, Santa Barbara’s one and only all-female a cappella group--hosted its...

Granada Theater Commences New Digital Projection System with ‘Safety Last!’

Emma Boorman Staff Writer When "Safety Last!," directed by Fred Newmeyer and Sam Taylor, premiered in 1924, audiences paid $4 to see the silent romantic comedy....

“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,...

Creatures of ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’ Take Isla Vista Into a Time Warp

Alexandra Dwight Photos by Lorenzo Basilio, Staff Photographer At the drunken hour of midnight on Friday, April 11, Isla Vista Theater was bustling with an eclectic...

Reel Loud Film Festival: It’s Gonna Be An Adventure!

Gilberto Flores Staff Writer The Reel Loud Film Festival will celebrate its 23rd year as University of California, Santa Barbara’s largest student film festival on Friday,...

‘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...