‘UCF Celebrates the Arts’ Returns to the Dr. Phillips Center April 3-14, 2024

UCF Celebrates the Arts

UCF Celebrates the Arts” returns to the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts April 3-14, 2024, to showcase the artistic endeavors of UCF’s faculty and students.

This annual festival is a unique opportunity for the community to experience the creative side of UCF, with performances, exhibitions, presentations, and interactive experiences.

“UCF Celebrates the Arts” kicks off with “Knight to Shine: A Musical Theatre Showcase,” “APOLLO’S GIFT: An Art History of the Moon Landing with Peter Kalb,” and the “Architecture Showcase & Awards” on April 3rd.

The festival ends with the free “National Young Composers Challenge” on Sunday, April 14th.

In between, featured events include:

  • “Flying Horse Big Band?plays Love Lost and Love Found” on April 5th
  • “YO, HO, HO! LET’S GO! Theatre for the Very Young” on April 6th
  • “ODE TO HEROES” with the UCF Symphony Orchestra on April 6th
  • “Marriage of Figaro” by the UCF Opera on April 6th-7th
  • “Planes, Trains and Automobiles” featuring the UCF Concert Band on April 9th
  • “REMEMBERING FLORIDA’S LOST BOYS: Stories of Our World War II Fallen” on April 10th,
  • “SWEENEY TODD: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” April 11th-14th.

UCF Celebrates the Arts - Sweeney Todd

Many events are free, while some carry a nominal ticket charge.

For further details, and to purchase tickets for events that require them, visit the UCF Celebrates the Arts site for all events or DrPhillipsCenter.org for the ticketed ones..

 

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