Tag archives: Lit Moon Theatre Company

Bicoastal Roots: 5 Qs with Bryan Titus
By Steven Libowitz   |   December 27, 2018

It was less than two months ago that the Bryan Titus Trio played his last gig in town as a Santa Barbara resident, the last in a series of shows that had established the organic roots rocker/Americana artist as a true local sensation, capable of exciting the crowd whether jamming in a bar’s outdoor patio […]

Dreamtime December: 3Q’s with Sudama
By Steven Libowitz   |   December 20, 2018

Dreamtime Continuum has been one of Santa Barbara’s most eclectic ensembles since Sudama Mark Kennedy first formed the group way back in 1994 as an outlet for his all-encompassing world music approach that he came by naturally as the son in a diplomatic family. The group underwent a few personnel changes over the years and […]

Banned Camp: Kronos Quartet Sounds Off
By Steven Libowitz   |   November 29, 2018

The Kronos Quartet has never shied away from controversy. Over the course of its 45-year history, the ensemble has exploded any previous notion of the limitations of the string quartet, embracing everything from ultra-modern composers and unfamiliar sounds to wildly unexpected and some would say edgy collaborations, most recently with “Sight Machine,” a multimedia piece […]