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BOLERO

BOLERO

Selah Dance Collective and Arianna Hartanov present

BOLERO


*Please Note: All audience members are required to show proof of a COVID vaccination or negative test result (taken within 72 hours of the event) along with a photo ID to be admitted to any performance.


As a State Street Ballet dancer, independent choreographer, and Assistant Director of Selah Dance Collective, Hartanov has devised an evening of compelling and intricate choreographies performed by Hartanov’s peers at State Street Ballet and Selah Dance Collective. Regardless of one’s relationship to dance and live performance, this will undoubtedly be an evening everyone can enjoy.

With a cast of 16 dancers, the titular piece Bolero explores the architecture of bodies in space together on stage. The score, composed by Maurice Ravel for the original 1928 performance choreography by Bronislava Nijinska, exudes a subtle and persistent rhythm that immerses the viewer in the movement of the dance. Another work by Hartanov, Take it as You Will, is designed to embody musicality through modulation, utilizing the dancers’ changes in quality and intention. For Night Out, Hartanov’s third piece for the evening, she compiled a swing-inspired score (including Carlos Santana, Django Reinhardt, and Yehudi Menuhin) which lets the dancers fly free on stage in a fun work that the audience is sure to love. Meredith Cabaniss Ventura, artistic director of Selah Dance Collective, will reproduce her dynamic piece Rogue Planets, danced by SELAH. Finally, two solos created by the adept and inventive local choreographer Weslie Ching add diversity to the evening.


*Please Note: All audience members are required to show proof of a COVID vaccination or negative test result (taken within 72 hours of the event) along with a photo ID to be admitted to any performance.


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All seating is general admission unless otherwise noted. For all performances, there is no late seating once the performance begins. Please plan your arrival time accordingly.

Everyone entering Center Stage Theater (audience and performers) must show proof of vaccination or a negative test. For the test, a PCR test must have been taken within the last 72 hours and an antigen test within the previous 24 hours. There are no masks required for anyone. We continue our other mitigation efforts. The HVAC system for the theater is set to bring in 100% fresh air, we are using CDC-recommended MERV-13 filters, the air is turned over 7.35 times an hour and we also have portable HEPA air purifiers (thank you to the Santa Barbara Foundation!)

You can use either e-tickets, print-at-home tickets, or request Will Call tickets to be waiting for you at the Box Office. There are no social distancing requirements in place for seating. We are keeping in place our ventilation and air filtration mitigation efforts, and our generous use of hand sanitizer. All of our staff are fully vaccinated and performers are either vaccinated or tested negative before performing. If you have any questions please email Executive Director Teri Ball at info@centerstagetheater.org.

Thank you to everyone in the community who supported us through this long intermission. We would not still be here without your support.

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Presented by Selah Dance Collective and Arianna Hartanov

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