Transport yourself to 18th century France for this classic tale of deceit, betrayal, and extraordinary fashion! It’s beyond your control. The Department of Modern Languages will be collaborating with the theatre on ancillary events; stay tuned for updates.Black Box: February 21-24, February 28-March 3
The myth of a modern day Orpheus is haunting when retold through the eyes of his beloved wife Eurydice.Main Stage: March 21-24, 28-30
Set to a dynamic score, this poignant and powerful musical follows a group of German innocents as they journey from youth to adulthood.Orlando Repertory Theatre: April 18-21
The annual Dance Concert is a showcase for student choreographers and dancers. The first half of the evening will feature student choreography; the second will be a trio of dances to the music of Frank Sinatra.
Winner of the 2008 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play! Parisian playboy Bernard entertains three beautiful airline hostesses on their frequent layovers by keeping “one up, one down, and one pending.” What could possibly go wrong?Main Stage: June 27-30, July 11, 13, 19, 21
Remember the days of sweet young love in this romantic charmer of a musical! The Fantasticks is the longest running production in American theatre for good reason: the intimate and funny poetry of the script, the catchy songs, the nostalgic story…your whole family will be enchanted.
Remember the days of sweet young love in this romantic charmer of a musical! The Fantasticks is the longest running production in American theatre for good reason: the intimate and funny poetry of the script, the catchy songs, the nostalgic story…your whole family will be enchanted.Black Box: September 19-22, September 26-29, October 3-5
Much to the dismay of boorish Theo Maske, his wife created a public scandal when she accidentally lost her underpants in public. Theo decides to keep her out of public view to avoid future incidents, but chaos ensues when some witnesses to the incident decide they’d like to see a little more. Steve Martin’s laugh-out-loud comedy is a retelling of Carl Sternheim’s 1910 play Die Hose.Main Stage: October 17-20, October 24-27, October 31 - November 2
When a die-hard musical-theater fan plays his favorite cast album on his turntable, the 1920s musical literally bursts to life in his living room, telling the rambunctious tale of a brazen Broadway starlet, her boozy chaperone, and a rambunctious crew of wedding guests.Main Stage: November 14-17, 21-24
An adaptation of the Victorian memoirs of would-be adventurer Louis de Rougemont, Shipwrecked! spins together anecdotes of a man-eating octopus, flying turtles, and pearl fishing expedition gone mightily awry. Suitable for ages 10 and up.
A cast of 30 plays over 150 characters in this exhilarating two-part play following a virtuous young Nicholas as he meets and masters the challenges of poverty and corruption in Victorian England. Winner of both the Tony Award® for Best Play and The Olivier Award for Play of the Year, this epic event has never been produced in Central Florida. We're pulling out all the stops for an incredible once-in-a-lifetime experience that captures Dickens' genius for combining exuberant characters, theatrical spectacle, and genuine emotion.Main Stage: January 16-19, 23-26
Ian, Zan, and Chuck are two years out of college and playing video games twenty hours a day when the government comes looking for expert gamers to launch remote missiles. And the bombs and the guns and the screams and the victories are so similar to the ones on their Xbox.Main Stage: February 20-23, February 27 - March 2
Dust off those trombones, we’re heading to River City, Iowa, where fast-talking salesman Harold Hill is about to have all of his schemes foiled by Marian, that lovely librarian. This long-beloved musical will be a joint production between the Theatre and Music Departments.Orlando Repertory Theatre: April 17-19
A perennial favorite! UCF dancers, choreographers, and designers showcase their talents.