The British group known as 1927 Theater comes to Campbell Hall for one night only this spring. In The Animals and Children Took to the Streets, three live performers (including writer/director Suzanne Andrade) will interact with each other and with additional animated characters for 70 minutes of nonstop surprises. It’s the story of a society in which the gap between rich and poor has become unbearable, and the children of the ghetto known as “the Bayou” have formed a revolutionary guerilla army, the slogan of which is “better living conditions, a decent education, and an Xbox.” Don’t miss this opportunity to see one of the most internationally acclaimed contemporary theater companies. Thursday, April 25, at 8 p.m. Call (805) 893-3535 or visit artsandlectures.sa.ucsb.edu.
Circle Mirror Transformation. At Center Stage Theater through Saturday, March 30.
The Year of Magical Thinking. At Alhecama Theatre, Thursday, April 4-Sunday, April 21.
Bill W. and Dr. Bob. At Center Stage Theater, Thursday, April 4-Saturday, April 13.
Fringe Festival. At Westmont’s Porter Theatre, Thursday, April 11-Saturday, April 20.
Return Engagements. At the Circle Bar B Dinner Theatre, Friday, April 12-Monday, May 19.
Borrowed Time. At Center Stage Theater, Thursday, April 25-Friday, April 26.
Becky’s New Car. At SBCC’s Jurkowitz Theatre, Wednesday, April 24-Saturday, May 11.
Next to Normal. At Center Stage Theater, Thursday, May 2-Sunday, May 12.
Unfinished Business. At the Lobero Theatre, Thursday, May 9-Sunday, May 12.
A Streetcar Named Desire. At UCSB’s Performing Arts Theater, Friday, May 10-Saturday, May 18.
Eurydice. At UCSB’s Hatlen Theater, Friday, May 24-Saturday, June 1.
Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune. At Alhecama Theatre, Thursday, June 6-Sunday, June 23.