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Photo Courtesy of MTSU via Facebook Story by Tim Jenkins / Staff Writer The MTSU Theatre department took a trip down to New Orleans in their recent performance of Tennessee Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire, which opened Thursday night and ran over the weekend in Tucker Theatre. The play focuses on Blanche DuBois (played by Hannah Ewing) …

Photo and story by Jarron Parker / Contributing Writer  MTSU’s School of Music students collaborated to create a jazz and dance program to illustrate the adversities of leaving home Thursday night at Hinton Hall. Since spring of 2016, professors Don Aliquo, Jamey Simmons and Marsha Barsky wanted to create a show that recreated the process of moving …

Photos by Connor Burnard / Contributing Photographer Story by Caleb Revill / Contributing Writer The MTSU Center for Chinese Music and Culture hosted its “Dueling Dulcimers” musical performance in Hinton Hall Friday night. Several performers attended, one of which was the US National Champion of hammer dulcimer, David Mahler. “My mom has her master’s degree in …

joys of the season

Photo courtesy of Vimeo and MTSU’s EMC Department By Abigail Miller/ Contributing Writer Tonight, Middle Tennessee State University will be celebrating the holiday season with its annual “Joys of the Season” event from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in Tucker Theatre. This year’s family-friendly event will feature various holiday-themed artwork and classic holiday performances, courtesy of the MTSU …

Peter Pan at MTSU

Photo courtesy of MTSU News Story by Lucas Stepp/ Contributing writer After nearly five years of trying, the Middle Tennessee State University Theatre department will finally learn to fly to Neverland this fall, and one lucky young woman will be able to fulfill the role of her dreams. “Peter Pan” will being running this weekend at Tucker Theatre, and it …

Rocky Horror Picture Show at MTSU

Photos by JaCarey Hamer / MT Spare By Marissa Gaston / Contributing writer As the annual midnight screenings of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” draw to a close, fans of America’s favorite science-fiction, horror, musical comedy put away their corsets, fishnets and noisemakers until next October. However, 41 years and one remake later, fans are still …