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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 …

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 …

Photo by Gregory French // Sidelines Archive Phi Beta Sigma’s annual philanthropic event Stepping for a Cure will be held at 7 p.m. on Sunday in Tucker Theatre. Each year, the Greek community of MTSU comes together to step for a cause. Although dominated mostly by sororities, a few fraternities show out their best steps in …

Into the Woods Murfreesboro Center for the Arts

By Julia Larson // Contributing Writer The Murfreesboro Center for the Arts’ production of Into The Woods, directed by Renee Robinson, is running through Jan.  31. The show follows the lives of several down-on-their-luck fairytale characters as they venture into the woods to find the things they wish for the most. But of course, evil witches and …

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 …