Events

 

Theater/Dance is planning an ambitious 2021-2022 season of in-person events, prioritizing our students' and patrons' comfort and safety.

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Announcements

Join the UCSB Department of Theater and Dance as a Cutter/Draper/Shop Assistant! Apply online at https://jobs.ucsb.edu, #38651

On June 2-5, the Department of Theater/Dance’s Dr. Jessica Nakamura hosted the Critical Interventions Lab III conference: “Decentering Japanese Performance”.

We are thrilled to announce that earlier this month, Heath Pennington (they/them/their) was awarded the Albert and Elaine Borchard Foundation European Studies Fellowship for Dissertation Research.

The UCSB Department of Theater and Dance is proud of the world-class education and opportunities we work hard to cultivate with and for our students. We are thrilled when we learn about students who take their education and experiences from UCSB out into the world to achieve their dreams.

  • AAPI Heritage Month Enriching America poster with three images of people

The Division of Humanities and Fine Arts will celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage month by inviting a panel, including Theater/Dance PhD candidate Tiffany Lytle, to discuss the contributions of AAPI individuals and communities.

  • Woman with grey hair, taking a photo; image taken from behind

May 14, 2022 from 9:45 AM- 5:15 PM PST on Zoom

Global Snapshot 2022 is sponsored by the UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center’s 'What Is a Shakespeare?: Shakespeare and Global Media' Research Focus Group, the UCSB Department of Theater and Dance, UCSB Graduate Division, UCSB Department of English, UCSB Graduate Student Association, and UCSB Early Modern Center

  • Dark red and blue poster with text; image of human face with geometric patterns and layers

 A Posthuman Electro-Acoustic Concert featuring sopranos: Kirsten Ashley Wiest, Nina Guo, and Micaela Tobin. May 7th at 7:30pm. FREE.