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Directed by: Lorelei Bayne

Dancespace (Solano 1010)


The SacDanceTheatre company offers the valuable opportunity for performers and audiences toexperience dance driven live performance works created by professional choreographers in various stages of their choreographic careers- don't miss this year's exciting concert featuring works by Pepper Von, Lori Bryhni, Philip Flickinger, Lorelei Bayne, Tony Nguyen, Melisa Cervantes, and Leandro Damasco.

Date Time
September 12-15; 21-22 8:00 PM
September 19-20 6:30 PM
September 16, 23 2:00 PM

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Peter & the Starcatcher 

Written by: Rick EliceMusic by: Wayne Barker;  Directed by: Michelle Felten

University Theatre (Shasta 113)


Highly theatrical and broadly comedic, Peter and the Starcatcher explores how a young orphanultimately became Peter Pan. From marauding pirates and jungle tyrants to unwilling comrades and unlikely heroes, Peter and the Starcatcher playfully explores the depths of greed and despair... and the bonds of friendship, duty and love.   Winner of 5 Tony Awards, don’t miss this exciting romp into Neverland!

Date Time
October 17-20; 26-27 8:00 PM
October 24-25 6:30 PM
October 21, 28 2:00 PM



Buried Child

Written by: Sam Shepard; Directed by: Roberto D. Pomo

*1979 Pulitzer Price for Best American Drama*

Playwrights' Theatre (Shasta 101)


Set in 1977, in a remotely situated Illinois farm, Buried Child represents an allegory of a rural-gothicAmerican nuclear family as they confront their own past deeds while remaining transfixed in their present reality. Buried Child won the 1979 Pulitzer Prize for Best American Drama. An alternately funny darkly macabre play that weaves a twisted family drama of epic proportions, and a masterpiece of American modern drama.

Date Time

November 7-10; 16*-17*

8:00 PM
November 14-15* 6:30 PM

November 11, 18*

2:00 PM

November 28-29**

6:30 PM

November 30- December 1**

8:00 PM

December 2**

2:00 PM

*Canceled performances due to campus closures as a result of poor air quality from Camp Fire

** Additional scheduled performances due to campus closures as a result of poor air quality from Camp Fire



 University Dance Company: Dance Sites 2018

Directed by: Philip Flickinger

University Theatre (Shasta 113)

udcfall2018imageFor over 15 years, UDC has celebrated the tradition of concert dance in America and has served as a research vehicle for faculty and students to explore and create new works and restage important historical works. Highlighting the diverse perspectives on the ever-evolving art form of dance, renowned faculty and professional guest artists expose audiences to riveting concepts and fierce athleticism.  This concert will take you on a journey.

Date* Time*
December 6 6:30 PM
December 7-8 8:00 PM
December 8 2:00 PM

* Adjusted performance schedule due to campus closures as a result of poor air quality from Camp Fire



Sacramento/Black Art of Dance: Lineage

Directed by: Bernard Brown

Dancespace (Solano 1010)

sbad2019imageFounded by Dr. Linda Goodrich in 1991, the S/BAD company follows in the footsteps of Katherine Dunham, carrying on the tradition of Black Concert dance in America.  Faculty and Guest choreographers explore the movement culture of the African and African-American diaspora through the concepts of modern dance. This exciting concert will celebrate legacy, community, and the joy of humanity.

Date Time
February 20-23; March 1-2 8:00 PM
February 27-28 6:30 PM
February 24; March 3 2:00 PM



In the Heights 

Music & Lyrics by: Lin-Manuel Miranda; Book by: Quiara Alegria Hudes; Directed by: Ed Brazo

University Theatre (Shasta 113)

intheheightsimageIN THE HEIGHTS tells the universal story of a vibrant community in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood – a place where the coffee from the corner bodega is light and sweet, the windows are always open and the breeze carries the rhythm of three generations of music. It’s a community on the brink of change, full of hopes, dreams and pressures, where the biggest struggles can be deciding which traditions you take with you, and which ones you leave behind. IN THE HEIGHTS is the winner of the 2008 Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Score, Best Choreography and Best Orchestrations.

Date Time
March 28-30; April 5-6; 12-13 8:00 PM
April 3-4; 10-11 6:30 PM
March 31; April 7, 14 2:00 PM



Senior Theatre Showcase 2019

Date Time
April 25; May 2 6:30 PM
April 26; May 3 8:00 PM
April 27; May 4 2:00 PM



Senior Dance 2019

Date Time
May 2; May 9 6:30 PM
May 3; May 10 8:00 PM
May 4; May 11 2:00 PM & 8:00 PM