Set in the life of Bay Area youth, A Place to Belong by Marisela Treviño Orta is a theater and dance production that features spoken word, tap dance, and zapateado Jarocho. Artistic directors Kinan Valdez and Vanessa Sanchez.
Notice to audiences:
This production contains:
- Transphobic Experiences, Police Aggression Towards Civilians, and Haze
- There is no intermission
See arts.ucsc.edu/events for more information and a list of other upcoming events presented by or sponsored by the Arts Division.
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Attend in person.
Doors are scheduled to open to patrons 30 minutes prior to event start time.
Be prepared to show your e-ticket or mobile ticket, along with COVID-19 documents below.
There will be no sales window or will-call tickets at this event.
Please allow extra time for the admission process, and be prepared to show the following COVID-19 documents:
UCSC students: present green clearance badge
UCSC Employees: complete daily symptom check and show clearance email
1. Proof of vaccine -OR- negative PCR test (taken within 72 hours of the event)
2. Complete the Symptom Check Questionnaire on the day of the event and show the clearance email to the ushers
For this event, all attendees must wear a face covering while inside the venue. (Note: the masking protocol for this event supersedes UCSC's April 10 policy change).
Please familiarize yourself with the full COVID-19 protocols here; we recommend you review in advance.
Parking $5 or by permit.
The closest parking lot to the Theater Arts Center is Arts Lot #126.
Purchase a permit or use ParkMobile.
See Transportation & Parking Services (TAPS) for visitor parking information, ParkMobile instructions, and a campus parking map.