Catalyst (C3T) is completely writer friendly, geared to giving
writers what they need for their work.
C3T brings world-class theatrical collaborators to our work;
designers, directors, music directors, choreographers, and the
potential for union actors as needed.
C3T trains and utilizes passionate theatre students; we audition
and hand-pick students as performers, stage managers, designers
and technical crew. This is a unique opportunity to provide
professional-level experience and training on a university
C3T is rich with scholarly resources: Professors, MFA and Ph.D.
students who often join our team as dramaturgs, performers and
C3T is located in Northern California, perfectly poised to draw
on talent and audiences from the San Francisco Bay Area and
Capital District Theatre Communities.
C3T connects plays and playwrights to a national network of
Romeo and Juliet is reinvented as a musical comedy when
the UC Davis Department of Theatre and Dance, Southern Utah
University’s (SUU) Department of Theatre, Dance and Arts
Administration and Catalyst: A Theatre Think Tank premiere
Juliet and Romeo. Co-written by Paul Gordon, a Tony
Award nominee for Jane Eyre, and Curtis Moore, an Emmy
Award nominee for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, the
production will be accessible virtually June 3 at 6 p.m. PDT
through midnight on June 5, 2021.
Growing sick of the gay dating scene, a man volunteers to go to
Mars in the comedy “Small Steps,” written by Davis native
Briandaniel Oglesby. The play is being presented by Catalyst: A
Theatre Think Tank through the UC Davis Department of Theatre and
Dance in collaboration with Bike City Theatre Company. Free
virtual performances will be streamed on Jan. 21-23 at 6 p.m.
Faculty, students and alumni from UC Davis’ Ground & Field
Theatre Festival (GFTF) and members of Bike City Theatre Company
are participating in the first developmental reading of a new
Off-Broadway bound musical, Paper or Plastic. Presented
in conjunction with The Jade/Anthony Company, the reading is
scheduled for Dec. 9 in the Della Davidson Performance Studio,
Nelson Hall at UC Davis.