At 33 Hawaiian shirts and counting, professor and coordinator of the musical theatre department Earl Weaver isn’t going to stop -- he’s just going to keep on collecting.

With a different political topic on the news every day, UCF debuted a political satire musical called “Of Thee I Sing” that doesn’t stick to controversies, but showcases the importance of the power of love. 

In the time of mourning last week's mass shooting in Las Vegas, the play "26 Pebbles" touches upon a similar situation. Playwright and UCF alumnus Eric Ulloa believed it was time for him to get off his couch and tell the story that needs to be told -- how Americans came together after the Sa…

"26 Pebbles" by UCF alumnus Eric Ulloa deals with the impact of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012. 

Adam Mirajkar (left), Erin Hernandez (middle) and Niki Schoop (right) try to summon a ghost using the Ouija board in the production abbreviated G.H.O.S.T. during a Halloween-themed theater competition on Oct. 7, 2017. Photo courtesy Sarah Schreck.

After months of preparation, Theatre UCF finally unveiled Romeo and Juliet over the weekend, and the hard work seems to have paid off. While official attendance statistics were not immediately available, the school’s ticket site listed Sunday’s show as sold out and the theatre appeared to be…

The Orlando Shakespeare Theater, in partnership with UCF, presents a new adaptation to the well-known tale of "Beauty and the Beast."

Theatre UCF hosts John Cariani's play "Almost, Maine" at the Black Box Theater from June 2 until June 11. For tickets and more information visit

Theatre UCF hosts its opening weekend for "She Loves Me" on March 17, the same day the Broadway revival opened in New York City. The show will run from March 17 until March 26. For tickets and more information visit