This summer UCF faculty and staff can use the code UCFstaff18 to reserve up to two complimentary tickets to one performance of Theatre UCF’s summer show dates of Human Error, running June 14-June 24 as part of Pegasus PlayLab. Tickets can be reserved online at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/988049/prm/UCFstaff18 or through the box office. Summer box office hours are Tuesday-Friday, 12pm-5pm, and we can be reached by phone at 407-823-1500.
What is Pegasus PlayLab?
A new summer theatre festival dedicated to developing plays by emerging playwrights. Starting in 2018, Theatre UCF will offer three staged readings of new plays in the Black Box and one fully-mounted production on the Main Stage. The workshop process will span six weeks from mid-May through the end of June. This is your opportunity to be involved in a play development process with playwrights from across the country, and support emerging voices! Subscriptions are available now—only $40!: http://theatre.cah.ucf.edu/tickets.php
About the New Plays
Human Error by Eric Pfeffinger, Directed by Be Boyd
June 14-24; August 23-26; $20 standard tickets
When a fertility clinic mistakenly implants Madelyn and Keenan’s embryo in someone else, an unlikely relationship is forged between couples with wildly different backgrounds.
FREE tickets for UCF faculty and staff with code: UCFstaff18
Intuitive Men by Sofya Levitsky-Weitz, Directed by Cynthia White
June 2-3; $10 standard tickets
Two men communicate through thoughts in an intuitive yoga class, questioning their shame, self-worth and pride.
Meet the Playwright June 3!
He Did It by Rachel Lynett, Directed by Michael Wainstein
June 9-10; $10 standard tickets
Ada and Lex know that Jefferson raped their friend, but they need him to advance their careers. Will they excuse a horrendous crime committed by an artistic genius?
Meet the Playwright June 10!
Bathsheba’s Psalms by April Ranger, Directed by Cynthia White
June 16-17; $10 standard tickets
A wild retelling of the biblical myth with Bathsheba’s voice front and center. Both hilarious and sensual, the play is an explosive journey through time immemorial, upending several genres and tropes on female beauty, power and desire.
Meet the Playwright June 17!