Too Much Water

Friday, May 13, 2016
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM


General Admission

TOO MUCH WATER follows Ophelia’s ghost as she revisits Elsinore, guided by other famous suicides like Meriwether Lewis, Seneca, and Virginia Woolf. Combining found text, transcriptions of interviews with contemporary young women, and highly theatrical movement, TOO MUCH WATER explores the lives of “good girls,” the social taboos of madness, and the repercussions and reverberations of suicide.


There is no late seating for this event.
All patrons over the age of two need ticket.
Due to nature of live performance, show times are subject to change.
Theater and Dance performances are not targeted for children.
No pets.
No outside food or drinks.
No skateboards or bikes.
No photography or recording during a performance.

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General Admission : $17
UCSB Student : $13
UCSB Faculty : $13
UCSB Staff : $13
UCSB Alumni : $13
Senior : $13