Student Call Board

Auditions, Callbacks & Casting

ALL UCSB STUDENTS ARE WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO AUDITION.

ONE DOES NOT NEED TO BE IN THE THEATER/DANCE DEPARTMENT TO AUDITION. 

 

2022-2023 Auditions and Callback Dates

Government Inspector

  • Auditions: Monday, September 26, 2022
  • Callbacks: Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Fall Dance Concert

  • Auditions: Friday, September 23rd

Fall One Acts: 

  • Auditions: Monday, October 3, 2022
  • Callbacks: Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Winter (NNRR & She Wolf) 

  • Auditions: Monday, November 28, 2022
  • Callbacks: Tuesday, November 29, 2022

LAUNCH PAD Amplify Reading Series Festival

  • Auditions: Monday, November 21, 2022

The Last Days of Judas Escariot:

  • Auditions: March 13, 2023
  • Callbacks: March 14, 2023

Spring One Acts: 

  • Auditions: Monday, April 3, 2023
  • Callbacks: Tuesday, April 4, 2023
 

Scripts and links for upcoming auditions 

The scripts for auditions can be found below. You must use your UCSB email account to view them. If you use your personal Gmail account it will say that you need to ask permission which you will not recieve. Please note that the scripts cannot be downloaded nor printed. You must be logged into your ucsb google account to view.  Please do not share these scripts with anyone. 
 

 

 

TO AUDITION For theater PRODUCTIONS YOU MUST:

1) SCROLL DOWN ON THIS PAGE TO READ ALL AUDITION INFORMATION

2) FILL OUT The AUDITION FORM (She wolf and Night night, Roger roger are the same for and you only need to fill it out once. Launch pad amplify reading Series festival is a seperate form):

She Wolf and/or Night Night, Roger Roger

LAUNCH PAD Amplify Reading Series Festival

3) Fill in your name on the aUDITION sIGN-uP sHEETS (FILL IN YOUR NAME IN EACH SHOW YOU ARE AUDITIONING FOR):

She Wolf

Night Night, Roger Roger

LAUNCH PAD Amplify Reading Series Festival

4) READ THE SCRIPTS PROVIDED AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE

5) show up to your audition 10 minutes early and be prepared to stay until released by the directors. 

 

TO AUDITION FOR Dance PRODUCTIONS YOU MUST:

1) SCROLL DOWN ON THIS PAGE TO READ ALL AUDITION INFORMATION

 

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A LAUNCH PAD Preview Production

She Wolf: Margaret of Anjou

an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry VI

By Katie Bender

Directed by Risa Brainin

LAUNCH PAD is our new play development program. Professional playwrights are invited to campus to collaborate with students, faculty and guest artists on their new plays. We call this a “preview production” because it stays in previews all through the run so that writers can make changes to the script between the performances. For more info visit the LAUNCH PAD website.

 

PERFORMANCES:  

February 22nd – March 5th

Performing Arts Theater

 

GENERAL AUDITIONS:                      

Monday, November 28th

6pm-10pm

Performing Arts Theater

 

CALLBACKS:          

Tuesday, November 29th

6pm-10pm

Performing Arts Theater

 

1ST REHEARSAL:  

Tuesday, January 17th

Performing Arts Theater

                                     

INCLUSIVITY STATEMENT:

We invite actors who identify as/with any gender, race, age, sexual orientation, disability or religious or political believe and affiliation to audition.

All enrolled UCSB students are encouraged to participate!

 

IMPORTANT REHEARSAL INFORMATION:

Typically 20 hours per week until tech rehearsals begin.  This play will rehearse Monday – Friday between the hours of 6-11 until tech week. Some rehearsals will start at 7pm and no rehearsals will exceed 4 hours. There will be some Friday afternoon rehearsals and possibility of rehearsals on Saturdays. There are additional hours for techs and dress rehearsals leading to performances including Saturdays and Sundays. There will be a rehearsal between performances to incorporate any script changes and/or to make adjustments.

 

CREDIT:

3 units of THTR 49 and/or 149 will be given to cast members.

 

SCRIPTS:

The current draft of the script is now available via the link at the top of this page.

As with any new play development process, the play is undergoing changes, and will continue to change throughout the process.

 

AUDITION REQUIREMENTS:

Any full time UCSB student is welcome and encouraged to audition.

 

AUDITION PREPARATION:

Please read the script carefully.

Pick a short scene or speech from the play to perform. You do not need to memorize this scene, but it should be prepared well.

If you choose a scene, you should also choose a partner and prepare together. It is possible to have a partner who is not auditioning for the role that they read in the scene.

Selections should be no more than 2 minutes for a speech or 3 minutes for a scene. Time your scene please.

Please specify which role you are reading for on the sign-up sheet. If you are auditioning by yourself, please sign up for one slot. If auditioning with someone else, please sign up for two slots back to back.

If you have questions or need more information, contact

Risa Brainin (rbrainin@ucsb.edu)

 

THE PLAY:

A nation divided, an unending off-shore war, an ineffectual leader, insurrection, systemic racism, inequality, oh, and don’t forget the plague. Margaret of Anjou marries Henry the Sixth in an alliance meant to broker peace, but arrives in England with her Ladies-in-Waiting to discover a nation built on war without the tools to transition to anything else. Queen Margaret is one of Shakespeare’s most misaligned and complex female characters; SHE WOLF is a cheeky, ambitious, remarkably current retelling of her story.

 

THE PLAYWRIGHT:

Katie Bender is a playwright, performer, and theater maker. Her plays Still Now, The Fault and The Survivors/Los Sobrevivientes are filled with games, physical exertion, and a poetic delight in the mundane, each an unflinching examination of women facing impossible circumstances. Working with Underbelly, she co-created Slip River, Church of the Passionate Cat and an immersive adaptation of Alice in Wonderland commissioned by ZACH. With Mars and Reisman, she co-created NEXT YEAR PEOPLE which premiered at Fusebox 2019. Solo work includes Instructions for a Séance and Judith. Katie’s work has been developed and produced around the country at places like The Alley, Hyde Park Theater, Kitchen Dog, Icicle Creek and ZACH as well as The New Harmony Project, The Orchard Project, Shrewd Productions, The Hangar, EST, The Playwrights’ Center, The Orcas Center and UCSB's LAUNCH PAD to name a few. On the Kilroys List and a finalist for the inaugural Shakespeare’s Sister Fellowship, she has her MFA from the University of Texas and was a 2016/2017 Jerome Fellow and current Affiliated Writer at The Playwrights’ Center. She is over the moon to be back at LAUNCH PAD working on SHE WOLF.

 

THE ARTISTIC TEAM:

Playwright / KATIE BENDER

Director / RISA BRAININ

Scenery / GREG MITCHELL

Costumes / KIM KRUMM SORENSON

Lighting / MICHAEL KLAERS

Sound/Music / MICHAEL KECK

Dramaturgs / CASSIE ARCHER, GRACE KIMBALL

Assistant Director / SOPHIA PAPALIA

Stage Manager / TRINITY WICKLUND

 

THE ROLES:

All roles are open to actors of any ethnicity, race and/or gender.

Margaret, Princess of Anjou, later Queen of England. 15, strong, outspoken, confident, beautiful. A force of nature

Elena Carracci, a painter from Naples. 20’s/30’s. A real artist, blunt, non-conformist, fearless.

Blanche, lady-in-waiting to Margaret, 20’s/30’s, an orphan, timid and obedient.

Caitlin, lady-in-waiting to Margaret, 20’s/30’s

Faye, lady-in-waiting to Margaret, 20’s/30’s

King Henry the Sixth, 25. Romantic, religious, not a great leader.

Mose, a beggar. In their 20’s. Tough, gruff, resourceful.

Karl Boswell, a mourner, a painter, 30’s

Humphry, Duke of Gloucester, the King’s uncle. 50’s/60’s. Lecherous, power hungry.

Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York, 30’s/40’s

         William de La Polelater Duke of Suffolk 40s/50s, loyal, kind, smart
 
         Alice de la Pole , later Duchess of Suffolk 40s/50s, practical, resourceful, a fixer

 

Quick to take offence, has a legitimate claim to the throne, waiting for his time.

 

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Night Night, Roger Roger

by RONI RAGONE

 

PERFORMANCES:  

March 1 – 12, 2023

Studio Theater

 

GENERAL AUDITIONS:                      

Monday, November 28th

6pm-10pm

Studio Theater

 

CALLBACKS:          

Tuesday, November 29th

6pm-10pm

Studio Theater

 

1ST REHEARSAL:  

Tuesday, January 17th

Studio Theater

 

INCLUSIVITY STATEMENT:

We invite actors who identify as/with any gender, race, age, sexual orientation, disability, or religious or political belief and affiliation to audition. All enrolled UCSB students are encouraged to participate!

 

IMPORTANT REHEARSAL INFORMATION:

Typically, 20 hours per week until tech rehearsals begin. This play will rehearse Monday – Friday between the hours of 6-11 until tech week. Some rehearsals will start at 7pm and no rehearsals will exceed 4 hours. There may be some Friday afternoon rehearsals and also the possibility of rehearsals on Saturdays. There are additional hours for techs and dress rehearsals leading to performances including Saturdays and Sundays. There may be a rehearsal between performances to incorporate any script changes or make adjustments.

 

CREDIT:

3 units of THTR 49 and/or 149 will be given to cast members.

 

SCRIPTS:

The script is now available via the link at the top of this page

 

AUDITION REQUIREMENTS:

Any full time UCSB student is welcome and encouraged to audition

 

AUDITION PREPARATION

Please prepare the following for your acting audition.

Please prepare ONE scene (with a partner) or ONE speech from the play of your own choosing that is no more than 2 minutes in length. The text need not be memorized, but please be very familiar with it and thoroughly invest yourself in the language, situation, and needs of the character.

Please prepare to share a magical dream or memory from your own life that involved an important person in your life. Approx. one minute in length.

 

ACTORS WITH THESE SPECIAL SKILLS

PLEASE BRING EQUIPMENT AND/OR AN INSTRUMENT TO THE GENERAL AUDITION

 

  1. Roller skaters, rollerbladers or skateboarders with solid skills! Please prepare a short sequence to share.
  2. Singers who play a string instrument (guitar/ukulele/violin/viola/cello). Please prepare a short, accompanied song to share.

 

PLEASE NOTE: THIS PRODUCTION MAY FEATURE DOUBLE-CAST ACTORS AND ALSO INCUDE UNDERSTUDIES.

 

THE PLAY:

It's midnight, but that doesn't mean the world slows down. "Night Night, Roger Roger" by current UCSB undergraduate playwright Roni Ragone is a comedic fanciful play about the world after the sun goes down. Roller skating Nanas, kids with tin cans, literary obsessed vampires, clumsy security guards, kids without tin cans, quirky game show hosts, and more. This play is a plea for every person to stop growing up so fast. Take your moment with the universe and enjoy it.

 

PRODUCTION TEAM:
 
Director - Julie Fishell
Set Design by Maggie Welch
Lighting Design by Sophie Lynd
Costume Design by Maxi Largo
Assistant Director – Hannah Froman
 

CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS:

Gender Glossary: AG-Any Gender, F-Female, M-Male, NB-Nonbinary

 

Robin - F or NB, 11 Freddie's neighbor and friend, can't sleep, a kid

Freddie - F or NB, 12 Robin's neighbor and friend, likes to find things, a kid

The Moony - AG, Ageless, Freddie's monster in the closet, looking over her, a protector of dreams and thoughts, a maternal figure with a big personality and a New York or other big city accent

Augustus Gustav - AG, Adult, Game Show Host of the hit series "Midnight Snack", has an Australian accent, has a weird distinct act, eccentric, Gus Gus Jr. and Auggie's father.

Andy - AG, 20s+, a contestant on Midnight Snack.

Vee - AG, 18+, a contestant on Midnight Snack, Nolan's cousin, Nana's granddaughter, overly dramatic in a fun way.

Wren - M, 17, NB a teenager just trying to impress his girlfriend, Alice.

Madison - F, 14, young, bubbly, awkward in a cute way, really likes Benny.

Nolan - AG, 25+, works as a security guard at the history museum with Zach, Vee's cousin, does the bare minimum for her night shifts.

Zach - M, 20, works as a security guard at the history museum with Nolan, a mess but a nice one.

Benny - M, 14 (now ageless), a new vampire, young, shy, sweet, loves flowers and peaches and sunlight, VERY rosy cheeks, wears a dinosaur head mask.

Mercy - AG, Ageless, a nice vampire, has a Transylvanian meets valley girl accent.

Ivy - AG, Ageless, a mean vampire, has a Transylvanian meets valley girl accent.

Dawn - AG, Ageless, a mean vampire, has a Transylvanian meets valley girl accent.

William - AG, Ageless, a nice vampire, has a Transylvanian meets valley girl accent.

Vladimir - AG, Ageless (but the oldest of the clan), a mean vampire, has a strong Transylvanian meets valley girl accent.

Gus Gus (Jr.) - M, 9, Augustus Gustav's son, a light sleeper.

Auggie - M, 19, Gus Gus's brother, sings a little, in college.

Joyce - AG, 20s+, a light sleeper, lives in an apartment building.

Kayden - AG, 20s+, a night person, gets very emotional over fictional characters.

Michael - AG, 20s+, has a deviated septum.

Ian the Landlord - AG, Adult, the building's landlord, the amount he puts up with on a daily basis is truly amazing.

Mabel - NB, 18 (but now ageless), a vampire, has a love for academia, specifically literature, Benny's older sibling.

Alice - F, 17, Mabel's human best friend, Wren's girlfriend, a little self-centered, but not a bad person.

Nana - F, 87 and three quarters, lives for adventure

 

QUESTIONS? Please contact Julie Fishell fishell@ucsb.edu

 

 

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AUDITIONS are Monday, November 21st from 6pm-10pm
for the
 2023 LAUNCH PAD AMPLIFY READING SERIES FESTIVAL
 
ALL UCSB students are invited to participate! ALL UCSB students are invited to audition!
 
Dalia is Dead and Her Dad Keeps Making Dumplings by Stephanie Kyung Sun Walters
Freedom Hill by Jacqueline Lawson
Replaced by Eric Reyes Loo
Wife of Headless Man Investigates Her Own Disappearance by Yussef El Guindi
 
Sponsored by LAUNCH PAD and AMPLIFY in conjunction with the National New Play Network.
 
ALL UCSB students are invited to participate! ALL UCSB students are invited to audition!
 
There are many ways to get involved!!!
Interested in Design? Please contact Annie Sheffield (Head of Design) asheffield@ucsb.edu
Interested in Stage Management or Crew? Please contact Daniel Herrera (Production Manager) DHERRERA@THEATERDANCE.UCSB.EDU
Interested in Assisting a Dramaturg or shadowing a Playwright? Please contact  Risa Brainin (LAUNCH PAD) RBRAININ@UCSB.EDU
For any other questions regarding casting, please contact Annie Torsiglieri (AMPLIFY) ANNIET1@MAC.COM
 
Auditions are Monday, November 21st from 6pm-10pm, in the STUDIO Theater.
Rehearsals will be Monday, January 9th through Thursday, January 12th from 6pm-10pm every night.
Performances will be Friday, January 13th and Saturday, January 14th, times TBA.
This will be an IN-PERSON Festival. :-) (although, given the world, we will always be ready to pivot as needed.)
 
The plays are on the online and can be found at the top of this page. 
 

Please read the scripts and carefully pick material (short scene or speech) no more than two minutes total to perform from ANY of the plays. You may choose from more than one play as long as you don’t exceed the time limit. You do not need to memorize this material, but it should be well-prepared. In the casting breakdowns, the playwrights have clarified the gender, race and ethnicity of actors required for each role. Please bear this in mind as you choose your material. 

If you choose a scene with another character, you may choose a scene partner and prepare and arrive together. Please note that your scene partner does not have to be auditioning for the character in your scene. For example:  if you want to do a DAHLIA scene, the actor reading the other role does not need to be auditioning for that role. A reader will also be provided if you do not have a partner. 

Selections should be no more than 2 minutes TOTAL. Time your scenes please.

QUESTIONS?
Please contact Annie Sheffield if you are particularly interested in DESIGN. asheffield@ucsb.edu
Please contact Daniel Herrera (Production Manager) if you are particularly interested in Stage Management or Crew. DHERRERA@THEATERDANCE.UCSB.EDU
Also feel free to reach out to Risa Brainin (LAUNCH PAD) RBRAININ@UCSB.EDU and Annie Torsiglieri (AMPLIFY) ANNIET1@MAC.COM
 
 
 
NOTE TO ALL: Below please find the descriptions of the CHARACTERS, as described by the Playwrights. Even though the ages of many characters are older or younger, most roles will be played by students and alumni.
 
Replaced by Eric Reyes Loo
 
Wallace (Mixed Female, 32) Novelist, College Professor,  Stable, capable and assured - not prepared for the wind to get knocked out of her.
 
Paul (White Male,  24) Assistant, Writer's PA, Creator, The proof that privilege puts wind in your sails.
 
Hilary (POC Female (Black or Latina)) 41, Star, Executive Producer,  Polished, professional and seriously studied acting. Wound up.
 
Gunner (White Male, 37) Executive,  Slick. Has worked his way up the ranks from assistant to VP. Thinks he knows exactly what works and what doesn’t. Who needs wind when you have a motor?
 
Mae (White Female, 35) Showrunner,  - prides herself on being an ally.
Also plays Renae (White Female, 35) Showrunner's Assistant,  - prides herself on being an ally.
Also plays Christine (White Female, 35) Girlfriend,  - prides herself on being an ally.
 
Tina (POC female, 32) Writer's Assistant. 
Also plays Sophie (POC female, 35) Junior Executive.
 
Norman (POC male, 37) Script Coordinator. 
Also plays Josh (POC male, 37) Showrunner's Assistant.
 
 
 
Freedom Hill by Jacqueline Lawson
 
Earnestine McKnight (Black female, 50s) – warm-hearted, proud, dignified, a storyteller, and town manager.
 
Abigail Johnson (Black female, 30s) – sensible, humble, hardworking, a laundress and housekeeper.
 
Bella Johnson (Black female, teens) – lovely, self-assured, intelligent, student, and Abigail’s daughter.
 
Junie Clark (Black female, 30s) – kind, caring, hardworking, a nurse, Abigail’s sister.
 
Lottie Jones (Black female, 30s) – thoughtful, determined, hardworking, a dressmaker.
 
Elijah (Eli) Jones (Black male, teens) – sweet, popular, energetic, student, a blacksmith, Lottie’s son.
 
William Mabson (Black male, 40s) – considerate, sincere, teacher, Methodist minister, and principal.
Also plays 
 
Samuel Lawrence (Black male, 40s) – good, amiable, a pillar of the community, grocer, and a whiskey distiller.
 
Robert Taylor (Black male, 40s) – earnest, ambitious, a teacher, state senator, and editor of Edgecombe Watchman.
Also plays 
 
Orren James (Black male, 40s) – stern, high-minded, heartbroken, Barroom clerk, choir leader. 
 
 
 
 
Wife of Headless Man Investigates Her Own Disappearance by Yussef El Guindi
 
Salwa - (Arab-American, late 20s to late 30s) A political blogger.
Aisha - (Asian-American, late 20s to late 30s) Graduate student and lecturer in Anthropology, wears the hijab.
Owen - (European-American or Latinx, late 20s to early 40s) Founder of Cortex Solutions, a tech company, and part of a conservative think tank.
Waiter - (European-American or Latinx, late 20s to late 30s) Works at the hotel but says he's an aspiring actor.
Firdous - (Asian immigrant, late 20s to late 30s) Between tech jobs.
Alien - (Male, any race/ethnicity) Interplanetary visitor, Indeterminate age, Liaison officer, also responsible for plumbing.
Bassem - (Arab immigrant, late 20s to late 30s. Uber driver. 
 
Dalia is Dead and Her Dad Keeps Making Dumplings by Stephanie Kyung Sun Walters
Dalia - (Half-Asian American female, 13) very kind. She is brave and enjoys being herself. She sees the best in her father. Kimton-born but small town is hard for her.

Dad - (White male, 43) quiet. He’s the strong silent type - but not in the sexy way, in the tomato farmer way. He is Kimton, born and bred.

Olive - (Woman of color, 30s) soft; gentle and playful like water. She’s the busiest house painter in town, but doesn’t have many close friends. She’s not originally from Kimton.
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Jenny - (Korean American/Asian American female, 40) a ghost. She’s a memory at times, a dream that bleeds into your morning and messes up how you see the world.

The Girls - 5 teenage girls that went to school and camp with Dalia. Kimton Kids.
Using the names of the actual actors; 20s to play teens.
GIRL 1 - “catches flies with honey”
GIRL 2 - “the babe of the litter” *non-white
GIRL 3 - “tough cookie”
GIRL 4 - “mature for her age”
GIRL 5 - “the quiet one” *non-white

 

Reserve A Room Online!

DANCE AND THEATER MAJORS WORKING ON CLASS CURRICULUM ONLY.

Not a major or working on something for a club? Be sure to get written approval from Daniel Herrera (daniel12@ucsb.edu) prior to booking a room. 

Steps for booking a room:

  1. Most theater/dance majors already have an account that was created for them.  Just click this link to start booking: theaterdance.skedda.com
  2. If that does not work, click here to register an account
  3. Please only reserve one hour per day per project.
  4. If you no longer need a reservation, please delete it so it can be used by your colleagues.
  5. Leave your contact information in the event of an emergency.
  6. Don't see the room you're looking for? Scroll to the right! 

Looking to book a room further out than a week or on a re-occuring basis? Email dherrera@theaterdance.ucsb.edu.

 

Run/Wardrobe Crew (THTR 29D/49/149)

 

Do you know your 29D, 49 or 149 requirement? Find it HERE

 

POSITIONS AVAILABLE (DEPENDS ON THE PRODUCTION)

  • Light Board Operator
  • Sound Board Operator
  • Fly Crew
  • Deck/Props Crew
  • Followspot Operator
  • Wardrobe/Makeup Crew

HOW TO APPLY FOR RUN OR WARDROBE CREW:

  1. If you have any general pre-emptive questions about crew assignments, positions feel free to email either the Technical Director Jackson Golden at JTGOLDEN@UCSB.EDU or the Costume Shop Manager Denise Umland at DENISE.UMLAND@UCSB.EDU. The dates for each of the productions can be found in the Calendars section below.
  2. Fill out the following google form to express your interest in specific shows/ assignments throughout the year. NOTE: Filling this out does not guarantee that position or show. https://forms.gle/FE252RwbfRoaDjgD9
  3. We will schedule an appointment via email to discuss/finalize position assignments and to potentially assign your add code through the Academic Advisor Sean O’Shea.

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • All crew positions are first-come, first-served your spot is not secure until you have signed the crew contract after meeting with Denise or Jackson.
  • All events listed on the calendars are required. It is not possible to partially participate in a production.
  • There are no opportunities to make up for an unexcused absence or lateness.

CALENDARS:

In order to see the specific dates and times of the shows, go to the following link to view the crew calendars. Each show has its own calendar to view. 

CALENDARS LINK 

CONTACTS:

 

Ushering

Want to be more involved with the Department? Want to see shows for free? Volunteer to be an usher for one of our shows!

WHAT: As an usher for the department's productions, you will be asked to hand out programs before the show, direct audience members to facilities during intermission, and organize the venue after the performance.

WHEN: Ushers should arrive 45 minutes PRIOR to curtain at the VENUE of the performance and check in with the house manager for instructions and a brief training session.

WEAR: Please arrive dressed tastefully in ALL BLACK.

WHY: For ushering, students may see the performance at no charge. It is possible (though not likely) that ushers will be asked to attend another performance if seating is very limited.

HOW: Use the buttons below to to sign up! You will be asked to enter your email address so that we can send you a reminder. Be advised that sign ups are on a first come, first served basis.

TO SIGN UP CLICK HERE!

Theater/Dance Mailing List

Email Sean at sposh@ucsb.edu with your @ucsb.edu address and the subject "Please add me to the Mailing List." The Mailing List will have the latest information regarding department events such as auditions, run/wardrobe crew, and special events.

 

Prop/Furniture Rentals

Props/Furniture Rental Guidelines

Props and furniture are available for rental to the following:

  • Students currently enrolled in a class within the department
  • Recognized UCSB student organizations with a faculty advisor
  • Declared Majors/Minors within the department
  • Others as determined by the Technical Director

Rentals are available by appointment only. To make an appointment email Devin Gee at dgee@ucsb.edu. A $50 deposit check is required for all rentals.

Props/Furniture Rental Guidelines