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Posted on: July 12, 2021

The Center for the Arts Reopens; announces 2021-22 season line-up

Season Poster 2022

The Center for the Arts' doors will once again be open for audiences as they just announced their 2021-22 season line-up, along with a special pre-season show scheduled for August. 

"We're back!, says Executive Director Patience Long. "Our artists, volunteers and staff have been amazingly patient and resilient as we've navigated the past year through closures, online content and outdoor performances.  We are here today because of the generosity of our donors and community members, thank you for sticking with us and we hope to bring you the best season yet!" 

The 2021-22 productions include Little Women: The Musical, Elf: The Musical, Roald Dahl's Matilda: The Musical, Driving Miss Daisy, The Hunchback of Notre Dam: A New Musical, Noises Off, The Spongebob Musical, Avenue Q, The Savannah Sipping Society, Hamlet, and Sister Act. 

Subscribers, pass members, and ticket holders that held tickets for any show not performed in 2020 have been able to exchange their tickets for this new season.  The Center is currently selling passes through their website:  www.boroarts.org

The Center for the Arts 2021-22 Season:

Little Women: The Musical--Oct. 22-Nov. 7, 2021 

Elf: The Musical--Dec. 3-19, 2021 

Roald Dahl's Matilda: The Musical--Jan. 14-30, 2022 

Driving Miss daisy--Feb. 18-27, 2022 

The Hunchback of Notre Dam: A New Musical--March 11-27, 2022 

Noises Off--May 13-22, 2022 

The Spongebob Musical--June 10-26, 2022 

Avenue Q--July 8-24, 2022 

The Savannah Sipping Society--Aug. 19-28, 2022 

Hamlet--Sept. 16-25, 2022 

Sister Act--Nov. 4-20, 2022

Pre-Season Show 

The Center for the Arts will open its doors for the first Mainstage performance with a pre-season show of Terrence McNally's Tony Award-winning play, Master Class.  Master Class runs Friday, Aug. 13-Sunday, Aug. 22.  Tickets start at $14 and are currently on sale at boroarts.org, by calling 615-904-ARTS (2787), or at the Center for the Arts Box Office, 110 West College Street, in downtown Murfreesboro. 

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