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Santa Barbara Musicals & Plays

THE BOOK OF MORMON
The Granada Theatre (5/20 - 5/21)
The Addams Family
Theatre in the Garden (10/7 - 10/22)
Bright Star
The Redlands Theatre Festival, Inc. (6/17 - 8/5)
CATS
The Granada Theatre (10/17 - 10/18)
9 TO 5
The Granada Theatre (1/17 - 1/18)
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Reviews

BWW Review: AMERICAN SON at Ensemble Theatre At The New Vic Photo

BWW Review: AMERICAN SON at Ensemble Theatre At The New Vic

There's a lot to like about Ensemble's production of American Son, Christopher Demos-Brown's play about race and privilege in American society. The play feels timely and pertinent, broaching topics that bear weight on the minds of today's human in America: namely those born from the insistent racism that seems grossly intrinsic to our culture. This representation of current events and culture is an important role for theatrical storytelling.

BWW Review: THE WICKHAMS: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLEY at Ensemble Theatre Company Photo

BWW Review: THE WICKHAMS: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLEY at Ensemble Theatre Company

BWW Review: THE SECRET GARDEN at Marian Theater Photo

BWW Review: THE SECRET GARDEN at Marian Theater

BWW Review: TOO MUCH LIGHT MAKES THE BABY GO BLIND at UCSB Theater Department Photo

BWW Review: TOO MUCH LIGHT MAKES THE BABY GO BLIND at UCSB Theater Department

LATEST NEWS

SBCC Presents SOMETHING ROTTEN! Photo

SBCC Presents SOMETHING ROTTEN!

The Theatre Group at SBCC is excited to announce the first show of the 2022-23 season will be the exuberant musical, SOMETHING ROTTEN! Book by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell, Music and Lyrics by Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick, Conceived by Karey Kirkpatrick and Wayne Kirkpatrick.  SOMETHING ROTTEN! will run July 6-23, 2022 in the Garvin Theatre and will be directed by Katie Laris, musical direction by David Potter and choreography by Christina McCarthy.

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