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Theatre UCF produces a full season of contemporary and classic plays and musicals each year at the University of Central Florida and downtown during UCF Celebrates the Arts. Each summer, Theatre UCF produces a new play festival called Pegasus PlayLab that invites playwrights from around the country to hold public workshops and readings in collaboration with our students and faculty. From dramas to comedies and theatre for young audiences to works tackling today’s pressing issues, there is something for everyone at Theatre UCF!

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Theatre UCF 2021-22 Season

Theatre UCF explores the question, “what does it mean to be an American?” in a season of works by contemporary American playwrights that tackle experiences from the complexities of adolescence to the ups and downs of adulthood, from losing everything to finding the love of your life.

UCF Celebrates the Arts


UCF Celebrates the Arts, a festival showcasing creativity, innovation and collaboration from Orlando’s hometown university, occurs annually at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in April.

Schedule is subject to change.

Health and Safety Protocols

Our events will adhere guidelines from the University of Central Florida.

Patrons should expect the following safety measures:

  • Anyone attending events on campus are encouraged to complete the Visitor COVID Self-Checker prior to arriving on campus
  • Patrons are encouraged to wear at a mask at all times
  • Patrons are encouraged to keep physical distance between other patrons not in their party
  • Seating will be first-come, first-serve, and once you are seated, we ask that you please remain in your seat until you are dismissed except in the case of an emergency

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