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 Theatre students are stepping off the traditional scripted stage Feb. 25-28 and moving into virtual rooms they’ve created for audiences — and themselves —..
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‘s WMOT-FM Roots Radio 89.5 is basking in its recognition from the Nashville Scene’s annual “Best of Nashville” issue, earning the alt-weekly writers’ acclaim as..
In fair Verona, where MTSU Theatre lays its scene Oct. 1-4 in the fall 2020 season-opening production, saints have hands, but pilgrims won’t be touching..
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..
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’s Tucker Theatre will once again become the community’s holiday headquarters for the fifth annual “Joys of the Season” arts celebration on Sunday, Dec. 1...
MTSU Theatre students are tackling questions asked since man first formed words and then performed them on stage in “Everybody,” the new adaptation of a..
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