Few college majors are impacted as much as the University of Miami theater students by the COVID-19 pandemic. Navigating how to safely perform amidst a global health crisis poses a plethora of challenges.
As another semester arrives, we are all excited to explore the experiences that come with living in Miami. Between music, food and fashion, the entertainment scene this spring is full of exciting events.
Two showings were held on Oct. 28 and Oct. 29, after last year's modified version. Many of the student actors were eager to return to the musical with more relaxed regulations after the COVID-19 lockdown.
Few college majors are more misunderstood than musical theater students. More than just acting, the University of Miami (UM) Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) musical theater program captures a high level of student talent, one that many students in other sections of the university may not understand.
Instead of its traditional setting on Los Angeles’ infamous “Skid Row”, the show is set right here in Little Haiti, Miami, making it even more special for the star of the show, BFA Musical Theater and commuter student, Carlos Guerrero.
In the mood for sex, drama and humor? The University of Miami’s Jerry Herman Ring Theatre is putting all of that into one 90-minute package, a new play called "The School For Lies." It opens Thursday, Feb. 21.
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