MTSU Theatre students will bring the intimate, “immersive” Pulitzer Prize-winning play “How I Learned to Drive” to life for an eight-day run in the Deborah..
The cast and crew of MTSU Theatre’s final spring 2017 production don’t mind that some audiences may be unfamiliar with the strangeness of kin that..
How much can a person change without his loved ones noticing — and helping? MTSU Theatre students are premiering a new adaptation of Franz Kafka’s..
Sharing the story of a family struggling with mental illness has been much more than a “Next to Normal” challenge for the MTSU Department of..
Duck your head, clear the air and get ready to fly Nov. 3-6 with the MTSU Arts production of “Peter Pan,” where a full cast..
Shakespeare first cut them out in little stars, and a quartet of American theater geniuses modernized the young lovers’ story into a musical that lit up..
There’s still room on — and tickets for — that comfy park bench to talk about love, loss and maybe a little bit of magic..
Local audiences can expect a unique, “more approachable” version of Anton Chekhov’s “Uncle Vanya” as MTSU’s Department of Theatre and Dance production continues through Sunday, Nov...
The new MTSU Theatre production of the award-winning “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead” has a sincere message for its audience: Reach out..
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