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Photo courtesy of Ashleigh Newnes / The Center for the Arts “What’s your damage, Heather?” Even if you haven’t seen the classic ’80s film that made that catty one-liner famous, you probably know what the movie is anyway: “Heathers.” Beginning this weekend and running through Sept. 16, Murfreesboro’s Center for the Arts is bringing the …

Story by Nick Jones / Contributing Writer  The Murfreesboro Center for the Arts brings the October terrors with its presentation of the musical adaptation of “Carrie,” one of Stephen King’s best-selling novels. “Carrie: The Musical” focuses on a young girl who struggles with being bullied at her high school, religious persecution from her mother and finding …

Photo courtesy of Murfreesboro.com Story by Meredith White / Contributing Writer Based on Amanda Brown’s novel and the 2001 romantic comedy starring Reese Witherspoon, Murfreesboro’s Center for the Arts spun “Legally Blonde” into a musical, and they did it well despite minor technical issues. “Legally Blonde: The Musical” documented the transition of lead character Elle …

Photo courtesy of The Center for the Arts Story by Abigail Miller/ Contributing writer The Murfreesboro Center for the Arts began a series of special midnight screenings of the cult classic “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” last Friday night, Oct. 21. If you missed your chance last weekend, you can still go do the “time warp” …

Young Frankenstein for Center for the Arts in Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Murfreesboro Center for the Arts)

Photo Courtesy of the Center for the Arts In 1974, Gene Wilder and Mel Brooks brought electrifying life to the tale of Victor Frankenstein. In 2016, the Center for the Arts in Murfreesboro is continuing that hilariously irreverent legacy. “Young Frankenstein” is one of the most ingenious comedic films in cinematic history. This may be …

Dreamgirls

By L. N. Harrison // Contributing Writer On the opening night of any show, no matter the venue or scale, allowances must be made for nervous anticipation and for the sheer pressure of it being opening night. Unfortunately, there’s only so much that can be completely excused, even for a first show. In the case of …