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Center Stage Theater &
The UCSB Initiative for New & Reimagined Work
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Re:Emerge - Video Volume 3
Gaucho Reunion: Performances by current students and alumni

It is exciting to finally be seeing some bright lights ahead after all these difficult months. We are excited to be welcoming back both performers and audiences and we thought it was a great time to celebrate. 

The Re:Emerge Festival performed June 17-20 with 4 unique line-ups including live and video performances by dancers from Santa Barbara and beyond in a wide variety of dance styles and genres. For those who were not able to join us for the Festival we have created a video version. Each day of the Festival will be released as a unique video, this is volume 3 recorded June 19 at Center Stage Theater. 

Gaucho Reunion: performances by current students and alumni, presented June 19

There is no other . . .
UCSB Dance Company/Nancy Colahan
Choreography: Nancy Colahan
Performer: Sophia Yacap

Infinite Corridor
Selah Dance Collective/Meredith Cabaniss Ventura
Choreography: Meredith Cabaniss Ventura
Performers: Bryn Gallagher, Amara Galloway, Arianna Hartanov, Amanda Keller, Ashley Kohler, Tara McAninch, Daisy Mohrman, Rachyl Pines & Meredith Cabaniss Ventura

At Once
SG Dancers/Whitney Ross
Choreography: Whitney Ross
Dancers: Morgan Geraghty, Stephanie Hing, Kate Perkins & Maddie Takemori

In Flight and on Film
UCSB Dance Company/Delila Moseley
Pop – Choreography: Caili Quan
Flight Choreography by Delila Moseley
Solo Choreography by the dancers
Performers: Amity Beardsley, Jayne Butler, Kelly Gao, Elijah Hahn-Smith, Erick Martinez, Sera Shahgholian, Dakota Smith, Jenny Thach, Andrew To & Sophia Yacap

Sylkies
Psychopomp Dance Theater/Ryan Howard
Direction: Ryan Howard
Choreography: Shenandoah Harris
Performers: Abigail Chuah, Nicole Flores, Shenandoah Harris & Erin White

Effort of Hope
UCSB Dance Company/Gianna Burright
Choreography: Gianna Burright in collaboration with the dancers       
Performers: Amity Beardsley, Sera Shahgholian, Dakota Smith, Andrew To & Sophia Yacap

Dag Gadol (excerpt)
Psychopomp Dance Theater/Shenandoah Harris
Choreography & Performance: Shenandoah Harris

Ride
UCSB Dance Company/Joshua Manculich
Choreography by Joshua Manculich                     
Performers: Amity Beardsley, Jayne Butler, Kelly Gao, Elijah Hahn-Smith, Erick Martinez, Sera Shahgholian, Dakota Smith, Jenny Thach, Andrew To & Sophia Yacap

Director’s Note
It goes without saying that this has been an incredibly challenging year. While many industries have been effected by the pandemic in significant ways, the performing arts—and dance in particular—have endured devastating economic and structural ramifications. COVID’s impact on the arts has been widely un-addressed at the governmental level and it is due to the unshakeable support of arts advocates, donors, and community organizers that we are here today.

This year—and the end of last school year—has had a disproportionate sense of loss for our seniors. The students’ visions for the culmination of four years of study took a sharp turn. Yet, with grace and adaptability they met the challenges and losses with energy and passion and turned every opportunity into a meaningful experience. It is with great pride that we witness the transcendence of these shortfalls—both locally, and more broadly across the field of dance.

When submissions for the festival call came in, and the program curation started taking shape, it was the robust response from new and recent UCSB Alumni that inspired the program tonight. The choreographers, directors, filmmakers, and dancers presenting their work are representatives of various cohorts from the last few years. Their assemblage expresses the power of lineage and the shared history that connects graduates of any institution. The return of these artist— in various stages in their personal and professional lives—is an exciting and inspiring example of what is possible when you have the courage to forge your own path.

Thank you so much for spending the evening with us, and for your
ongoing support of the performing arts. We hope to see you again soon!

—Brandon Whited, Curator/Artistic Director

Videos will be available for viewing through July 18. You may watch the video multiple times, but cannot download or share the link.

Tickets:
(Prices are pay what you can, levels above general include a donation to Center Stage Theater to support future events>)
General $10
Friend $25
Patron $50
Angel $250

After purchase you will receive an email confirmation with the link to the video.  The email contains a lot of information at the top about e-tickets, your actual link is further down in the email after the ticket list. If you have any problems email us at [email protected]

 

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