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Meredith White // Contributing writer Bert. V Royal’s parody of the popular Peanuts comic strip comes to life at a sold out performance of his play Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead at MTSU’s Tucker Theatre. The show is a delight to those who grew up with the original Peanuts comic strip and holiday …

Sara Snoddy  // Contributing writer The word “quaint” describes the stage at Murfreesboro’s Center for the Arts, and that is certainly what set designer Shane Lowry and director Bill Stewart want to project. The initial sequence of Harvey takes place in the old Dowd family mansion. The cozy set, dressed as a personal home library, holds …

MTSU’s Department of Theatre and Dance debuted their Spring Dance Concert Thursday night in Tucker Theatre. Performances featured members of MTSU’s Dance Company and original choreography by MTSU dance faculty and students. Check out our photo gallery below: Follow Greg French on Instagram at @G_F_R_E_N_C_H. For more updates, follow us at www.mtsusidelines.com, on Facebook at MTSU Sidelines and …

Members of Alpha Omicron Pi competing in Phi Beta Sigma's "Stepping for a Cure" step show Friday, February 14, 2015. All proceeds from the event went to St. Jude's Children Research Hospital. (Greg French / MTSU Sidelines)

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MTSU has announced a lecture series through VSA Tennessee, a state organization that strives to provide people with disabilities the opportunity to participate in and learn through artistic activities. The series will include lectures from Guy Gilchrist, co-creator of the cartoon Muppet Babies and cartoonist for the classic comic strip Nancy, as well as actor, author and teacher Estelle Condra …

Dylan Skye Aycock and John Connor Coulston contributed to this report A mile away from campus, tucked behind local businesses and busy intersections, is Murfreesboro Little Theatre, a non-profit “playhouse” that dates back more than 100 years. The cabin, adorned with a cherry red door and outlined with orange trim, once occupied a 1960s theatre, …