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The Beethoven Project (A New Light)Exhibition Dates: February 14 — April 28Location: Orlando Science Center, Fusion Gallery The graduate students in the Animation and Visual Effects Master of Fine Arts program in the School of Visual Arts and Design at UCF represent a range of traditionally and digitally trained artists with foundations in film, illustration, drawing, painting and sculpture. The …Nicholson School of Communication and Media
What can you spy with your little eyes? Join us on a journey to discover what is lost! Help our storytellers uncover, rescue, catch, and meet all the things that have disappeared, been hidden, misplaced, and forgotten. We cannot find them without you!Bring the very littlest audience members to this new play, written especially for children ages 0-5 and their …Nicholson School of Communication and Media
Experience the music of the next generation! Composers ages 13-18 selected from a national competition have their original pieces performed, discussed, rehearsed and recorded by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra in this concert meets master class event. Doors will remain open throughout the event so patrons can come to be inspired by your favorite young composer or stay for this entire …Nicholson School of Communication and Media
In classic Rossini style, this high energy and melodic opera turns the familiar “rescue story” on its head, with our confident and strong-willed heroine setting the men straight. Full of adventure, fun, love, trickery and beautiful music, this opera was written when the composer was just 21 years of age—around the same age as many of our UCF performers! Mustafà, …Nicholson School of Communication and Media
When the king dies unexpectedly, the throne to his kingdom is suddenly vacant—and in high demand. His children, Prince Wesley and Princess Ophelia, don’t exactly meet the expectations of a royal leader, and his power-hungry sister, aided by her faithful minion, is determined to steal the title for herself. This family-friendly musical challenges audiences to explore the social boundaries of …Nicholson School of Communication and Media