Broadway stars, Orlando Philharmonic and UCF alums will shine when the curtain goes up on the William Daniel Mills Theatre Company’s first major production May 20-21 at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.
This modern adaptation of the 1977 musical explores the lives of everyday laborers with heart, compassion and gratitude. Working will also be the 30th and last UCF production directed by Associate Professor Earl Weaver.
June is Aphasia Awareness Month, which recognizes the more than 2 million people living with the condition that impacts their ability to communicate.
Themed experience instructor Patrick Braillard ’14MA on his expertise in creating immersive, scary events that bring SeaWorld’s first Howl-o-Scream to life.
A Celebration of Life event will be held for UCF’s longtime costume shop manager on Oct. 17. Reservations are required.
The dean focuses on collaborative, interdisciplinary and community-centered activities.
Tickets go on sale Jan. 19 for three outdoor performances scheduled this semester for audiences to enjoy on campus and downtown.
Dominique Allen Lawson ’14 landed a supporting role in the romantic comedy heralded as a breakthrough movie for the LGBTQ+ community.
Stella Sung’s third opera will be a musical adaptation of The Secret River, a children’s fantasy book by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.
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