Arts and Music
UNT Opera will perform the comedic operetta The Merry Widow, telling the tale of a wealthy widow whose fortune is coveted by her native country's ambassador.
UNT's College of Music presents a collaborative faculty and student concert, A Tribute to George Morey: A UNT Legacy.
Press passes can be reserved for Takei's speaking engagement at UNT.
The public can view a wide variety of artwork at the 2014 Annual Faculty and Staff Exhibition, featuring the works from employees at UNT's College of Visual Arts and Design.
One of the world's oldest established touring Shakespearean theater companies comes to UNT for a residency with the Department of English and two performances of the great bard's Much Ado About Nothing.
The Institute for the Advancement of the Arts, whose mission is to promote artistic and creative expression at UNT, is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a series of events, including an upcoming literary reading by emeritus Faculty Fellow Bonnie Friedman.
UNT Theatre's first mainstage production this season starts Oct. 30 with a jarring, thought-provoking play that recounts the persecution of homosexuals by the Nazis through a personal look at the lives of very different men.
Students, employees and alumni will sell creative products, such as original art, CDs, videos and publications during the event, which coincides with UNT's Homecoming and the Denton Main Street Association's Holiday Open House Weekend.
Families can get a dose of art and drama at the next UNT Art Gallery Saturday Series program. The free event aimed at children from kindergarten to the 12th grade.
Actor, social justice activist and social media mega-power George Takei will speak Oct. 27 (Monday) as part of the University of North Texas Distinguished Lecture Series.