MTSU Theatre students are stepping off the traditional scripted stage Feb. 25-28 and moving into virtual rooms they’ve created for audiences — and themselves —..
While COVID-19 has changed the way David Wilkerson teaches, the theatre lecturer still found a way for the show to go on all while making..
MTSU is donning laurels by association today as three university-affiliated artists — dancer and professor Meg Brooker, actor and aerospace alumnus Cameron L. Mitchell, and poet..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Meg Brooker Synopsis: MTSU’s Director of Dance describes “Dance of Freedom,” Florence Fleming Noyes’ tribute to the suffragists who marched for..
The embodiment of women’s insistence on self-expression on stage and in society was the focus of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina..
MTSU speech and dance students helped to mark the United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities Dec. 3 by bringing together artists from around the world..
Students and faculty in Tennessee’s only full dance degree program are bringing themes of peace, freedom, protest, technology and identity to the screen with special..
MTSU professor Robert “Bob” Gordon Jr. has always encouraged his multi-camera TV production students to be ready to change course when the unexpected happens, because..
MTSU Theatre students and faculty are creating one wild ride on the Tucker Theatre stage Nov. 5-8 with a live, and livestreamed, production of “Ride..
MTSU faculty members provided expertise to various news media outlets recently on topics including voting, presidential debates, possible post-election legal action, the Federal Reserve Board..
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