The University of Tampa’s musical theater department will be pulling the curtains back on their production of Company next month.
Freshman Daniel Barron, an actor in the upcoming musical comedy, cannot wait to show the students at the university what the cast and crew has been working so hard on over the past few months.
“It’s not a by-the-books production,” Barron says, “we all put a lot of blood, sweat and tears into making this play really something special for everyone.”
The play focuses on a man’s inability to commit to a steady relationship, whose life is heavily contrasted with the stable, married lifestyles of his friends. Its style is unconventional, as the story is told through a series of loosely connected vignettes.
Another freshman musical theater major, Brad Roberts, is also very excited for the students of UT to see the show.
“It’s all really coming together,” he says, “everyone is constantly working, constantly trying to make themselves better and pushing each other to do their very best. This is something that nobody’s going to want to miss out on.”
Company opens on April 18th in Falk theater and continues through the 21st.