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Theatre UCF Announces 2022-23 Season
July 26, 2022 With a variety of plays and musicals ranging from Shakespeare to bluegrass, Theatre UCF’s 2022-23 season looks at the relationship between individuals and institutions, exploring themes of power structures, corruption and social systems, as well as lighter moments of comedy and love.
Theatre Studies Alumna Heading to Tokyo’s Summer Olympics
July 13, 2021 Theatre studies alumna Kristen Thomas ’16 is headed to Tokyo’s Summer Olympics as the co-captain of Team USA’s rugby sevens team.
Theatre UCF’s 2021–22 season explores contemporary American theatre
June 09, 2021 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.
Pegasus PlayLab returns with virtual and outdoor plays
April 23, 2021 This summer, Theatre UCF’s Pegasus PlayLab returns in virtual and outdoor formats. Pegasus PlayLab is a festival at the University of Central Florida dedicated to developing plays by emerging playwrights from around the country. Each summer, audiences are invited to hear staged readings and experience full productions and workshops of...
Photos That Capture the Creativity of 2021 UCF Celebrates the Arts
April 14, 2021 Although UCF Celebrates the Arts looked a little different this year, the heart of the annual festival remained the same: the arts are built on community.
UCF’s Theatre for Young Audiences Program Is Much More Than a Niche Field
April 12, 2021 “The Grumpiest Boy in the World,” which will be performed at Celebrates the Arts, is the latest production out of the Theatre for Young Audiences program — an important arts education field that provides a range of skills and career opportunities.