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Photo courtesy of Ashleigh Newnes / The Center for the Arts Story by Caryn Tramel / Contributing Writer Based on the 1988 film, “Heathers: The Musical” at The Center for the Arts in Murfreesboro once again shows community theater going beyond fun musical numbers and dancing. Directors Rachel Jones and Stephen Belk chose to focus …

Photo and story by Jessica Knoble / Contributing Writer A crowd of curious locals surrounded the Murfreesboro courthouse Friday night, eager to encounter Chinese culture. You guessed it; February’s Murfreesboro Art Crawl focused on celebrating the Chinese New Year, and in doing so it featured a team of Dragon Dancers and intimate Chinese art. With 2018 …

Story by Dakota Green / Contributing Writer For many people, it’s practically a Halloween tradition: kick back and get ready to shout back at the screen as you watch one of the most popular cult classic films in history. Based on the 1973 stage musical, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” first opened in September 1975 …

Story by Blake Holliday / Contributing Writer Halloween season is upon us, and the Center for the Arts is preparing a wide variety of festive haunts for Murfreesboro locals.  With the continuation of their 2017 season, the Center for the Arts plans to offer a thrilling production of “Carrie the Musical.” The musical is based …

Photo by Krystal Loritts / Contributing Writer The comic opera, “Pirates of Penzance,” is the latest production to be featured on the Murfreesboro’s Center for the Arts’ stage. And because of its captivating storyline, originally created by Sir Arthur Sullivan and William Schwenck Gilbert, fans-a-plenty continue to nestle their way inside to catch a glimpse …

Photo by Rachael Anne Keisling / Contributing Writer Murfreesboro’s Center for the Arts latest play “Ragtime The Musical” tells the story of three varying ethnicities whose families oppose one another because of the era in which they live. The segregated families, who often blurt racial slurs toward one another, lead the audience down their journey …