Check out the exciting opportunties this year with MTSU Theatre and Dance
Scroll down to learn more about each of our fall productions. Tickets on sale now.
MTSU Theatre and Dance Presents: The Busie Body
Written by Susan Centlivre
A witty and fast-paced farce packed with memorable characters!
A young woman, her handsome lover, and their friends plot to escape a controlling
guardian in this hilarious Restoration comedy. Will a nosey nobleman ruin the plan
or save the day? Performed in the Dorethe and Clay Theatre, the show runs September 30th - October
Click here for tickets to The Busie Body
MTSU Theatre and Dance Presents: Stop Kiss
Written By Diana Son
After Callie meets Sara, the two unexpectedly fall in love. Their first kiss provokes
a violent attack that transforms their lives in a way they could never anticipate.
“A poignant and funny play about the ways, both sudden and slow, that lives can change
irrevocably,” says Variety.
This production is part of our Student Success Series. Directed, designed, managed,
crewed and performed entirely by students.Performed in the Deborah K. Anderson Studio Theatre, the show runs October 21st -
Click here for tickets to Stop Kiss
MTSU Theatre and Dance presents: Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
Written By Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler
Join us for this dark, witty and Tony Award-winning tale of love, murder and revenge
set against the backdrop of 19th century London. Performed in the Dorethe and Clay Theatre, the show runs November 4th - 7th.
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MTSU Theatre and Dance Presents: Fall Dance Concert 2021
A collection of dance pieces choreographed by Faculty, Guest Artists and Students.
Performed in the Dorethe and Clay Theatre, the concert runs November 18th - 20th.
Click here for tickets to Fall Dance Concert
Interested in auditioning or working on the design and technical side of things for a future production?
Email our Production Manager - John Underwood for more information.
The MTSU Production program is an extension of classroom theory and training. The
Center Stage Series productions are primarily for the education and training of theatre
and dance students, and are attended by the MTSU and wider Murfreesboro communities.
Students audition for main stage shows each semester and have the opportunity to work
with faculty and guest artist directors and choreographers. Students work in a wide
range of different roles on productions, from performance to stage management, design,
and technology. Students also work on the Student Success Series. A series of productions
which are completely student produced, putting students in the position to lead a
production from the front of house to back of stage.
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