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Kithaulos: Professor Duo Blends Cultures to Create ‘Eclectic’ Musical Experience

November 18, 2022  Garcia and Desmet perform during their Faculty Recital on Oct. 14. They combine their individual cultural backgrounds to present a unique concert that opens the doors for the future of the duo.

CAH Events: Cancellations and Postponements Due to Tropical Storm Nicole

November 08, 2022  The UCF campus will be closed for operations on Wednesday and Thursday due to Tropical Storm Nicole, and Friday for Veterans Day. All public events scheduled for those days will be canceled or rescheduled.

Orlando Sentinel: UCF mourns artist Walter Gaudnek, designer Joseph Rusnock

November 02, 2022  Walter Gaudnek was as colorful and bold as the art he created. Theatrical designer Joseph Rusnock was remembered as caring and creative. Both men are being mourned at the University of Central Florida, where they were fixtures for generations of students in artistic fields of study.

Theatre UCF’s As You Like It Explores Society and Identity with Love, Laughter and Music

November 02, 2022  Enter the magical Forest of Arden in Theatre UCF’s production of this Shakespeare comedy ripe with themes of hope, redemption and self-discovery.

Pegasus Professor and Artistic Director Julia Listengarten Recognized with 2022 Luminary Award

November 02, 2022  Julia Listengarten, Pegasus Professor and artistic director of Theatre UCF, was honored with a 2022 Luminary Award for her use of the arts to help society confront difficult questions and promote positive change.

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