Collective Collaborative 2022

Collective Collaborative 2022

Presented by SBCC Dance


SBCC Dance presents
Collective Collaborative 2022

Artistic Director Tracy R. Kofford

November 18 & 19, 2022

7:00 PM

SBCC Dance Company, UCSB Dance Company, Selah Dance, AkomiDance, FUSE Dance Company, JESS HARPER & Dancers, Jazz Spectrum Dance Company, Volta Dance

SBCC Dance presents Collective Collaborative 2022, now in its 7th year. This two-day festival brings together professional and pre-professional dance companies from Southern California and the Santa Barbara area. This festival gives a free opportunity for smaller dance companies to present their works. The festival's goal is to bring a more diverse and inclusive group of artists to the Santa Barbara community.

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Performance Dates and Times:
Friday, November 18th at 7:00 PM
Saturday, November 19th at 7:00 PM

Ticket Prices:
In Person
Advance Tickets: $23
At the Door: $28

Livestream: $23   BUY LIVESTREAM HERE

**All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.**

All seating is general admission unless otherwise noted. For all performances, there is limited late seating once the performance begins. Please plan your arrival time accordingly.

There are no social distancing requirements in place for seating. There are no vaccine or testing requirements at this time. Masks are encouraged but not required. We are continuing our 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 and our generous use of hand sanitizer. (thank you to the Santa Barbara Foundation!) All of our staff are fully vaccinated, and performers are either vaccinated or tested negative before performing.
You can use either e-tickets, print-at-home tickets, or request Will Call tickets to be waiting for you at the Box Office. If you have any questions, please email Executive Director Teri Ball at
Thank you to everyone in the community who supported us through this prolonged intermission. We would not still be here without your support.