The play is 135 years old, but the upcoming MTSU Theatre production of Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” is serious about ensuring that its true focus of discovering personal identity remains clear.
The eight-member cast of “A Doll’s House,” which opens Wednesday, Nov. 5, in MTSU’s Tucker Theatre, is directed by theatre professor Kyle Kennedy, who said they’re fully aware of the challenges of bringing the originally controversial classic to the stage.
Nashville Ballet returns with one of Nashville’s favorite annual holiday traditions, Nashville’s Nutcracker, on Dec. 6 for the seventh year in a row, presented by The Mall at Green Hills and Gateway Tire and Service Centers.
— Curious about the hottest midterm Congressional races around the country and what effect they could have on our nation? Count on MTSU's newest campaign analysts — students enrolled in Kent Syler's special midterm elections course — to give you the answers Tuesday, Oct. 28.
Students in the interdisciplinary course, "Advertising, Communications and Strategy in the 2014 Midterm Election," will offer critiques on 11 U.S. Senate and House races beginning at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 28 in Room S-328 of MTSU's Business and Aerospace Building.