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Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
Based on 8 traveler reviews
Superb facilty in a top ten music school
Dec 28, 2013 by: JA M from
The University of Maryland is one of the top ten music schools in the United States. Stellar professors like Ed Maclary and Delores Zieglar and Dominic Cossa and Linda Mabbs (among many others) and the advantageous proximity to Washington makes this school a strong choice for serious musicians. The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center is magnificent.
Tribute To Civil Rights Movement
Sep 17, 2013 by: Wenonah C from Tiverton, Rhode Island
We got to see Harry Belafonte! Awesome and unplanned concert! UMD campus was beautiful and not unlike a small city in a city. We went on campus just to see if there were any plays or concerts while we were in town and jumped at the chance to see the concert and hear the legendary Mr. Belafonte narrate.
Best place to perform and experience talent
Aug 18, 2013 by: Gabriella M from Manalapan, New Jersey
I am a graduate student from UMD's Dance program (TDPS). To put it short and sweet, this venue is where all of my performances from college were held. It is a gorgeous theatre/building, and professional high-paying performances are here. There is a DIVERSE line up of performances in different areas of the arts throughout the year. Dance collaborations with music and theatre- we have it all. Check out the courses offered here and performances daily and on weekends..
Great location on the University of Maryland College Park Campus
Feb 06, 2013 by: Rose B from Annapolis, Maryland
This performing arts center is a great showcase for students, faculty and visiting artists. I have seen, as well as participated as a piper, many interesting live performances. Admission prices are normally relatively small.
Midsummer Night's Dream
Dec 27, 2012 by: russalka from washington, d.c.
Generally, great music, theater, and dance performances at inexpensive prices. A Midsummer Night's Dream was a collaboration between the University of Maryland Theater Department and the Beijing Chinese Opera school. Much of the play was done in the style of Chinese Opera, with interesting staging and costumes.
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