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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 …

Murfreesboro’s Center for the Arts has released their 2015 schedule of performances and art exhibitions. This year’s productions include The Music Man, West Side Story, Bonnie & Clyde, White Christmas and the currently running Wizard of Oz. Audition dates for each production can be found at the Center’s website. Check out the full production schedule …

MTSU Arts premiered Collage, a showcase of unique dances performed by members of MTSU’s Dance Theatre, in Tucker Theatre on Wednesday night. The concert featured choreographic works created by MTSU faculty and students, as well as a special performance choreographed by visiting guest artist T. Lang, celebrating MTSU Theatre’s 11th performing season. The opening piece, Prelude and Narcissus, …

The Center for the Arts premiered their version of The Who’s classic rock opera Tommy last night to a packed audience. Despite the limited production value, the musical proved to be an entertaining ride highlighted by some poignant performances and faithful renditions of iconic rock anthems—the most iconic among them being the musical’s most recognizable …

The Murfreesboro Little Theatre began its run of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet on Friday evening. The production was wonderfully adapted to fit the needs of a modern audience, while still staying remarkably true to the original story and dialogue. The actors seamlessly blended classic soliloquies and speeches with hilarious delivery of Shakespeare’s original humor. The entire performance represented the tragic …

The Murfreesboro Little Theatre hosted Jason Robert Brown’s drama The Last Five Years on Friday night. The Last Five Years is a musical full of sentiment with two emotionally engaging performances. Jenna Pryor plays Cathy Hiatt, the disenchanted actress in a big city. Michael Adcock performs as Jamie Wellerstein, a successful writer and Cathy’s lost love. Cathy, an endearing …