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Story by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer Photos by Ethan Pickering | Lifestyles Editor The demon barber of Fleet Street sailed into the Tucker Theatre at Middle Tennessee State University. From Nov. 4 to Nov. 7, students could witness the tale of Sweeny Todd by MTSU Theatre and Dance.   The show was directed by both Kristi …

Photo courtesy of MTSU Department of Theatre and Dance Story by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance is finally back live, and they kicked off this season with a hilarious performance of “The Busie Body,” at the Tucker Theatre on campus. The show ran from Sept. 30 through Oct. 3. “The …

Photo Courtesy of mtsuarts.com Story by Meraleigh Queener / Contributing Writer In the wealth of scattering clumsiness and comedic chaos, MTSU’s Theatre Arts Department opened “Noises Off!,” capturing a play-within-a-play with the audience taking on the role of the audience. “Noises Off” began Thursday night and ran through Sunday at Tucker Theatre. This delightful theatre piece introduced …

Photos and story by John Lane / Contributing Writer On Sunday night, MTSU’s College of Liberal Arts sponsored the community event, “Joys of the Season,” a holiday-themed art showcase held at Tucker Theatre. Now in its fourth year, performances ranged from scenes from “The Nutcracker” and music performed by student chorales and ensembles to a reading …

Photo by Caleb Revill / MTSU Sidelines MTSU President Sidney McPhee presented awards to professors and announced university milestones with faculty and Board of Trustees members at the fall 2018 State of the University Address on Thursday. The address was delivered on campus in the Tucker Theatre. Some MTSU professors were presented awards for their …

Photo by Krystal Loritts / MTSU Sidelines “The Taste of Sunrise” opened last Thursday at MTSU’s Tucker Theatre, which left audience members teary-eyed and with a feeling of contentment. The play sets in a rural southern town during the early 19th century. The show begins with a woman giving birth, and off to the side …