Center for the Arts Introduces "2015 Season"

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Executive Director Tim Smith welcomes everyone to the 2015 Season Review.
(L-R) Pianist Denis Pessar and singer David Cummings.
President of the Center for the Arts Board Phil Barnett
Board Member Dr. Gloria Bonner
(L-R) Again Denis Pessar plays the piano while David Cummings sings.
The champagne reception afterwards in the gallery was enjoyed by everyone.
It was truly a celebration of an exciting 2015 season.
(L-R) Meagan Hall and Phil Barnett.

The Murfreesboro Center for the Arts had a public presentation of its "2015 Season" Saturday evening. The night was filled with great music, special effects and then a champagne reception in the gallery.

The 2015 Main Stage Series features: "Wizard of Oz" showing January 9-12, 2014. Then "A Raisin In The Sun" PLAYS February 13-22, 2015. The classic musical "The Music Man" comes to the Murfreesboro stage April 10-25, 2015. Then "Bonnie and Clyde" shoot up the center May 15-31, 2015. The heart-warming "West Side Story" fills the stage July 17-August 2, 2015. And "Harvey" becomes visible September 11-20, 2014. "The Addams Family" musical strolls in October 16 - November 1, 2014. And the holiday favorite "White Christmas" is December 4-20, 2015.

The 2015 Gallery Dinner Series includes: "Southern Fried Murder" running June 12-27, 2015. Then a variety of music on August 14-23, 2015 with "An Evening With The Stars". Plus "The Glass Menagerie" November 13-22, 2015. And again, dinner is served with those three performances.


The Gold Pass allows you to attend all 11 main stage and gallery shows--including dinner. $200 for adults, $185 for senior citizens, students and military; $165 for children. The Silver Pass is for the 8 main stage shows: $110, $95 and $80. And the Flex Pass allows you a choice of any 3 main stage shows: $43, $37, or $30.

For more information, phone 615-904-ARTS (2787) or go to The Murfreesboro Center for the Arts is at 110 W. College Street.


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