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Center for the Arts Announces 2024 Season

Including "Little Shop of Horrors" in January; "Death of a Salesman" in February; and "Bring It On" in March.

The Center for the Arts in downtown Murfreesboro has announced 14 productions for its 2024 season.

The 2024 schedule consists of 10 mainstage shows and four that are a part of the center’s new “Community Enrichment” series of shows.

“We are thrilled to bring these shows to life here on our Center’s stage. We have a phenomenal lineup and there is truly something for everyone in our community,” says Executive Director Regina Ward. “Our new ‘Community Enrichment’ series of shows particularly will aid us in the elements of our mission that are focused on cultural and economic enrichment.”

Dear Miss Barrett was written by local resident Michael Kurek, who is the sitting Composer Laureate of Tennessee. This piece is historical fiction and is planned to have an educational companion piece for high school classrooms. Kurek will answer questions from audience members before the show.

For tickets and information go to boroarts.org or call 615-904-2787.

Center for the Arts 2024 Schedule:

(*Community Enrichment production)

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Little Shop of Horrors
Jan. 12-28


Death of a Salesman
Feb. 9-18

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Dear Miss Barrett*
March 4-10

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Bring It On
March 22 – April 7

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Rock of Ages
May 10-26


Big Fish
June 14-30

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Tick, Tick Boom*
July 12-21


July 19-28, 2024

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Arsenic & Old Lace
Aug. 16-25


A Raisin in The Sun*
Sept. 13-22


Oct. 4-20


Nov. 8-24


You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown
Dec. 6-15

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White Christmas*
Dec. 6-8




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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.