Generously supported by Ronald Thow and Carolyn V. Thow
In the American heartland during the Great Depression, the provincial existence of a rural farming family hinges upon the high school graduation of the eldest daughter, Laurie Moss. However, on the eve of her graduation, Laurie finds herself questioning her place in the world and wondering what kind of life she could lead if she were to leave the farm. Her restlessness is fueled by two drifters, Top and Martin, who are hired to help with the harvest.
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UCF Celebrates the Arts is an annual showcase of creativity, innovation and collaboration, featuring performers and artists from across the university. Highlights of the 2019 festival include a Tony Award-winning musical, ensemble and chamber concerts, opera, family events, living art and much more! We hope you celebrate with us! #ArtsAtUCF
|April 12, 2019, 8 p.m.||Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts: Pugh Theater|
|April 14, 2019, 2 p.m.||Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts: Pugh Theater|