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Photo by Jeff Gibson Story by Rayyan Ahmed/Contributing Writer Open Jar is based in New York City and is one of the most Broadway-integrated actor training programs there is. Students from all over audition to become a part of the program and are given the opportunity to train with some of Broadway’s greatest actors, directors, …

Story by Makayla Boling Photos courtesy of Tennessee Performing Arts Center On Friday, November 5, The Spongebob Musical premiered at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center as part of a Broadway series in partnership with TriStar Health and HCA Healthcare. Attendees of all ages filled the Jackson Hall Lobby in anticipation as they enjoyed free souvenir …

Photos and Story by Sergio Pacheco/Contributing Writer On Saturday, November 1, Cheekwood hosted its annual Day of The Dead celebration. The family friendly event provided plenty of performances, children’s activities and food selections. The annual event celebrates the Mexican holiday Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead, a time when families gather to honor their …

Photos and Story by Reana Gibson/Contributing Writer On Wednesday, October 30, MT LAMBDA–the oldest LGBTQ+ student organization in Tennessee– held its 2019 Annual Benefit Drag Show. MT LAMBDA began hosting drag shows in 2010. Prior to the 2017 Holiday Drag Show, it had been roughly five years since LAMBDA held a show at all.  “In …

Photo courtesy of Gina E. Fann via MTSU News Story by Toriana Williams / Contributing Writer  Middle Tennessee State University’s production of the classic Broadway musical Kiss Me, Kate filled the seats in Tucker Theatre every night from October 24 to the 27. Kiss Me, Kate, a musical written by Bella and Samuel Spewack with music …

Story and Photos by Sergio Pacheco/Contributing Writer This past Saturday, Music City’s Plaza Mariachi hosted a late-night Halloween themed dance event. The event included one of the top Latin DJs in the country, performances by Beyond Wings and a costume contest. While the event was open for only ages eighteen and up, there was a …