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The End of the End of the World June 15 at 7:30pm

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Selah dance collective presents

The End of the End of the World

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

ATTENTION:Given the uncirtainty if the timing for local lifting of Covid restrictions, we are going to assume that the Covid restrictions will be in place for these shows and Center Stage Theater will update you if things change. All Patrons should be prepared to show proof of vaccination or a negative test and shoud purchase tickets accordingly.

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.


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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4.50 / 5.00 based on 8 reviews

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   It was a beautiful show, and so fun to be back in the theater and watching live performance again!

Aug 04, 2021
by: Kristal Melton

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Jun 17, 2021
by: Adena Strommer

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   Typically, I love all film, and definitely dance film but after this year of being locked inside ONLY watching film...I was disappointed to sit in a theater giddy to see live dance and ended up with just as much screen time. Just a little bit of PTSD, sorry to say. That said, I would definitely attend an event that is only dance film. Would love to see more movement invention from Selah, their work leaves me wanting. (this is all constructive criticism :) )

Jun 17, 2021
by: Verified consumer

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Jun 16, 2021
by: Michelle Davis

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   I was very impressed with Selah Dance collective and the exceptional quality of the dancers.

Jun 16, 2021
by: Thomas Mikel

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   I had the best time! It was so special to attend on reopening day—one for the history books for sure!

Jun 16, 2021
by: Mikaela Ryan

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 The show was absolutely perfect. Meredith and Selah are amazing. I am so happy that was my first show back after so long away.

Jun 16, 2021
by: Courtney Pena

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   SALEH Dance company filled the Center Stage Theater with an abundance of joy and impeccable technique. The dancers worked independently on different pieces, then celebrated on the stage of Center Stage Theater as a be a beautifully choreographed collection of captivating movements. Cheers to their

Jun 16, 2021
by: Laura Wilson
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