The concert aimed to spread messages of unity and hope amid the recent violence in Israel and Palestine.
The performance of The Prom at The Clarice celebrated queer identity and took the audience on an emotional journey of acceptance.
The production showcased a wide variety of Terp-centric comedic and musical talent.
Smith is a chair of the woodwind department at the Berklee College of Music and has performed all over the world.
The two acts teamed up to perform their co-composed piece "Rubix".
The performance was part one in a two-part series that continued on Wednesday.
The summit invited artists to unpack complex feelings through movement and discussion.
The performance was led by Gerson Noe Lanza Ruiz and Roxanne “Roxy” King, both students of the theatre, dance and performance studies school.
The play, put on by the University of Maryland’s theatre, dance and performance studies school, will run from Oct. 7 to Oct. 15.
Both shows ran Friday evening at the Cafritz Foundation Theatre.