A collaboration with the Clarice, the event featured musical groups such as Hart GP Jazz, Crush Funk Brass Band and the JoGo Project.
The play reimagines the Montagues as werewolves and the Capulets as vampires.
Ibarra previously worked as a scientist at a biotechnology firm before pursuing her music career full-time.
Pratt, who is 57, has been playing the piano for 51 years.
The event included singing, spoken poetry, stand up comedy and more.
The award is in honor of Jim Henson, a University of Maryland alum who created the Muppets.
Daniel del Pino is also an artist-in-residence and associate professor or piano at Texas Tech University.
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.