Theatre UCF will hold its third annual Halloween Costume Sale on Monday, Oct. 24 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in room T244 of the Theatre Building of the Performing Arts Center.
The sale is perfectly time for buyers to find their Halloween costumes. Attendees can expect one-of-a-kind costumes from Into the Woods’ fairy tale characters and nautical attire from the musical Dames at Sea, as well as other theatre garb. Full costumes can be purchased, or buyers can creatively build an original concept from the many pieces.
“Witches, zombies, fairies, drag queens…if you can think of it, we probably have it,” said Dan Jones, the costume shop manager at Theatre UCF.
“The Halloween sale is great for people looking for a costume, but it also benefits the theatre department,” added Theatre Department Associate Chair Kristina Tollefson. “The proceeds from the sale go back to the costume shop to help us create costumes for future productions, especially those with student designers.”
The costume sale is open to the public. Most items are priced at less than $10. Cash is preferred, but checks also will be accepted. Credit cards cannot be used.
For directions to the Theatre Building, visit the Theatre UCF website at http://theatre.ucf.edu.
Theatre UCF is a program in the School of Performing Arts at the University of Central Florida. The department’s graduate and undergraduate programs focus on providing a competitive edge to theatre artists seeking professional theatre careers, as well as to future creative intellectual leaders. The program offers theatrical presentations year-round to the public at the east Orlando campus.