Performances at CI range from world premiere original works to modern takes on Shakespeare to classics of the musical theatre canon like Cabaret to the ground-breaking interdisciplinary, student research-based creations of our annual Arts Under the Stars extravaganza.

The Importance of Being Earnest: a Trivial Comedy for Serious People

The Importance of Being Earnest

  • Thursday March 29 @ 8pm
  • Friday March 30 @ 8pm
  • Saturday March 31 @ 2pm
  • Saturday March 31 @ 8pm

FREE to CI Students

Under the direction of Performing Arts instructor Laura Covault, CI students perform Oscar Wilde's most famous play with a twist that challenges perceptions of gender roles in both the Victorian Age and today..

Purchase tickets for The Importance of Being Earnest online

Arts Under The Stars: Channels Island's Annual Integrative Extravaganza

Arts Under The Stars is a campus wide research and creative performance event that brings the entire campus and community together. Subjects ranging from transgender bullying, bird migration, cancer cells, the Santa Rosa Island research station, and feminist mythology have all been presented as multi-media spectacles that speak to the heart and mind. Student and faculty researchers, creators, performers, and visual artists collaborate to bring campus, regional, and global issues to life.

For the past three years, AUTS has been on the forefront of partnering performance with digital technology. Mobile device programs offered in English and Spanish, augmented reality scavenger hunts, and an interactive website have all been student driven innovations reflecting our culture, green movement, and untethering capabilities.

 

Visit Arts Under the Stars

Arts Under The Stars 2018 will take place May 4 & 5 in El Dorado Park on the CI Campus. Bring your picnic blankets and lawn chairs for park style seating. The event is free and open to the public. Parking is $6.

Fore More Information Contact:
heather.castillo@csuci.edu
(805) 437-2052

Choral Spectacular 2018 with Channel Islands Chamber Orchestra

Dr. KuanFen Liu, Conductor
Five Mystical Songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams
Old American Songs by Aaron Copland
Saturday, May 5th at 7 PM Location: Rancho Campana High School. 4235 Mar Vista Dr, Camarillo
Sunday, May 6th at 3 PM Location: First United Methodist Church. 1338 East Santa Clara Street