A pair of MTSU Theatre professors, four students, a new graduate and a nationally recognized playwright want Midstate audiences to emerge from their isolation this..
After what 2020 and much of 2021 threw at them, this summer’s round-the-clock Tennessee Governor’s School for the Arts at MTSU was a virtual vacation..
From the deep recesses of a lasting romance is emerging a lasting legacy that will help MTSU students for a long time. Dale Clifford, a..
Curious adult learners had a great — and free! — opportunity May 11, thanks to MTSU’s College of Liberal Arts and the MTSU Alumni Association:..
MTSU Theatre students are preparing the way of the Lord — and for big show-stopping tunes to return to Tucker Theatre — when they bring..
Students with multiple specialties across two Middle Tennessee State University colleges added another notch to their professional tool belts by providing the sounds, sights and..
If you have 10 minutes, MTSU Theatre has a play — or two, or five, or six — for you to Zoom into Thursday-Sunday, March..
MTSU’s observance of National Women’s History Month will be an appreciation of more than 100 years of American women’s suffrage. The opening ceremony is slated..
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..
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