The 2017 play with a cult following in the United Kingdom made its debut at the University of Maryland.
The immersive theater act, written and directed by Brooklyn-based creative Nehprii Amenii, incorporates several art forms to engage audiences.
Performances ranged from emotional dances to a play that uses ChatGPT.
Friday’s performance, which took place in front of a nearly full audience, was the first UMoves: Undergraduate Dance Concert in four years.
Dozens of audience members gathered Thursday for a student rendition of the play “The Late Wedding” in Kogod Theatre at The Clarice Performing Arts Center.
The Disc-Glo operated on three channels, two operated by professional DJs and one operated by students.
The UMD wind orchestra pairs with Konshens The MC for a night of poetic new music.
This was the first time many of the pieces were ever played live.
UNA Productions was at the University of Maryland as a part of The Clarice’s Visiting Artist series.
The University Band, Community Band and Mighty Sound of Maryland Marching Band all performed at the event.