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Selah dance collective presents

The End of the End of the World-Livestream

Our last performance in the theater was on February 28, 2020.

After 14 months of rehearsing over Zoom, socially-distanced, and with masks, selah dance collective (SELAH) presents an evening of new works and guest choreography.

The end of the end of the world will present four new works with choreography by Amanda Keller, Chloé Roberts, and director Meredith Cabaniss Ventura. Each piece represents a different facet of the work that SELAH is best known for: versatile dance pieces that engages dancer, audience, and choreographer and challenges all to take an introspective approach to questions about human nature

In addition to the SELAH repertory, local dance artists Arianna Hartanov, Gianna Burright, and Katina Childs Muller will present new works. As the first “full audience” repertory dance show to be presented in Santa Barbara after the COVID-19 pandemic, SELAH is excited to showcase these artists who have continued to make work over Zoom, with masks, and through video as ways to stay engaged in their creative process even with COVID restrictions and safety measures in place.

PERFORMANCE DATES AND TIMES:

Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at 7:30 PM
Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 7:30 PM

Tickets: $23 (No Late Seating)*

Livestream ticket: $11.50

*Due to the COVID safety protocols there will be no late seating for this performance. Please be sure to arrive on time so we can get everyone seated.

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5.00 / 5.00 based on 2 reviews

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   There were significant technical issues with the livestream. The focus dropped throughout the show (due to the darkness of the theatre & having no fixed point), the livestream dropped 3 minutes into the first act and there were many lags despite my very fast Internet. There was also a lost of stereo until the very end when the audience got up to leave. Despite these issues I was very happy to attend and see the show and I encourage you to please livestream future events.

Jun 16, 2021
by: Sam Swords

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Jun 16, 2021
by: Lizzie Tripp
Reviews source: Reviews for Livestream-+The+End+of+the+End+of+the+World+June+15+at+7%3a30pm



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