Theatre UCF to debut silent era-style play 'Reeling'
Theatre UCF's new play, Reeling, is wordless wordless production whose story will be portrayed only with movement and intermittent supertitles.
“Reeling tells the light-hearted story of Little Fellow’s trials and triumphs as he navigates the big city and love without using a single word," according to a press release.
The stage production, written by Barry Kornhauser and directed by Christopher Niess, will run from Feb. 18 to Feb. 28 at UCF's Black Box Theater.
“This play is a unique theatrical experience that also serves as a big history lesson," said Tommy Heller, a dramaturg and the assistant stage manager of the show, in a press release. "It’s fun, cute and charming and has redefined what I consider theater."
Ticket prices are $20 for adults and $10 for students and can be purchased at http://theatre.cah.ucf.edu/tickets.php.
Gabby Baquero is the Entertainment Editor for the Central Florida Future. Follow her on Twitter at @Gabby_Baquero or email her at MariaB@centralfloridafuture.com.