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Performing Arts

Neil Feather at Worlds in Collusion

Neil Feather in Worlds in Collusion

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Daniel Berrigan's Trial of the Catonsville Nine

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Homo Will Inherit, Gay Expectations Too

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Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues

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Poet Gayle Danley

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Armagh 2013 John Hewitt International Writing Festival performance

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Armagh 2012 rehearsal, Marketplace Theatre, Northern Ireland

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Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive

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Students of Armagh Project 2013 at the John Hewitt International Writing Festival


Jessica Blake and Eric Jensen's The Exonerated

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Armagh Project 2013 students in Armagh City, N. Ireland


Staged reading of Kendra Kopelke's Hopper's Women

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Sparrow's Point Steel Drum Band, Worlds in Collusion


Ntozake Shange's For Colored Girls who have Considered Suicide when the Rainbow is Enuf

Spotlight UB Performing Arts Series

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As part of the Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences, Spotlight UB is pleased to present another season of readings, theatrical productions, concerts, and integrated arts performances in the Wright Theater, an acoustically designed space on the fifth floor of the UB Student Center. The diversified programming spans the arts from video game music to social justice theatre.


Fall 2014

  • ARTS297 class will perform their memoir developed during the fall semester in Baltimore Snapshots, on Nov. 13 at 7pm in the Wright Theater. The event is free to the public.
  • Video game chamber music group, the Triforce Quartet, performs Thursday, Nov. 20, co-sponsored by Digital Designers Guild. Tickets are $5 general and free to students.


Spring 2015

  • African American Arts Festival, Feb. 17-19
  • Aspen String Trio, March 10
  • Purgatory, a play by William Butler Yeats, March
  • New Muse Piano Duo, April 13
  • Emerging Voices Project, Wednesdays in May and June


Summer 2015

Armagh Project 2015, a month-long residency in playwriting in Northern Ireland, is open for registration at ieiMedia. Take a look at the video from last summer's glorious adventures.


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Purchase tickets to events at the UB Student Center's Wright Theater via; search under "University of Baltimore." As with all online ticketing services, etix charges a minimal processing fee. Tickets are also available one hour before the show at the door. Tickets to all Spotlight events are $5 for UB alumni.

All events are held in the Wright Theater on the fifth floor of the UB Student Center, 21 W. Mt. Royal Ave. (at the corner of Maryland and Mt. Royal avenues).

Learn about parking for Spotlight UB events.

If any audience members require an event to be interpreted for the deaf, please e-mail with your request. Requests can only be honored at two weeks prior to performance.

For further information, please contact Arts and Theater Manager, Kimberley Lynne, at