No touching. No uncovered faces. No unnecessary outings. In a post-COVID pandemic, many things once taken for granted are no longer usual. Some industries and..
Tennessee’s arts-focused high school juniors and seniors spent most of June learning exactly how and why the show must go on at the 2020 Governor’s..
While performing their regular jobs, MTSU faculty and staff continue to share their expertise with news media outlets during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recent topics include..
MTSU Theatre students were ready for a “Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.” They didn’t realize it would break their hearts, too. The cast..
MTSU Theatre students are challenging audiences to face their own beliefs about human connections when they present “Six Degrees of Separation,” the Tony Award-winning drama..
National media outlets recently published the views of MTSU faculty experts on topics including Shakespearean drama, women’s suffrage, women’s basketball, emotional intelligence, impeachment, yogurt and..
MTSU Theatre is helping to turn its Tucker Theatre stage into a dystopian Dunsinane Feb. 6-8 when it collaborates once again with the nationally acclaimed..
MTSU is joining the applause for the Arts Center of Cannon County and its 40 years of showcasing music, theater, dance, sculpture, painting, quilting, basket-making..
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