The play centers around three Cuban friends, Julio, Pepe and Ines, in 1993 amid an economic crisis in Cuba known as the Special Period.
Performances ranged from emotional dances to a play that uses ChatGPT.
The artists expressed allegorical imagery with the spirit of the theme in mind.
The performance of The Prom at The Clarice celebrated queer identity and took the audience on an emotional journey of acceptance.
Maddie Olek uses her artistic skills to spread environmental messages and spark conversations about ongoing issues through public projects.
UMD student Nnenna Elekalachi founded her brand to pursue her skills and spread positivity, then took to the camera.
The production showcased a wide variety of Terp-centric comedic and musical talent.