A panel of theatre history students demonstrate their research projects.

Performance and study. UCF’s theatre students work on scholarship as well as performance and creativity! Join us as some of our theatre history students demonstrate their scholarly work in this panel showcasing the best of student research into performance history. Topics will include new perspectives on protest drama and Megan Terry’s Viet Rock, Oskar Kokoschka’s Murder the Woman’s Hope and Europe’s fascination with the undead, the Cold War and its influence on the musical Chess, and the American performance of the 1920s lesbian drama The Captive.

No ticket is needed for this event, however a Hall Pass or ticket to another performance that same day is needed to enter the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.