Murfreesboro Little Theatre
Productions
1982-1991 Seasons

1982-1983 Season
A Doll's House, Directed By Ayne Venanzio
Death Trap, Directed By Joy Anthony
Here's Love, Directed By Mary Jane Chrismon
Cole, Directed By Susan Pinkerton
Trifles, Directed By Susan Glaspell
That Day, Directed By Michael Scanlon
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Directed By Dot Harrison

1983-1984 Season
Dark of the Moon, Directed By Ted Gray
Lion in Winter, Directed By Jerome Davis
The Drunkard, Directed By Nan Keenan
Cactus Flower, Directed By Frank Ginanni
My Fair Lady, Directed By Denis Root

1984-1985 Season
Hans Christian Andersen, Directed By Dot Harrison
Angels Fall, Directed By Jerome Davis
Look Homeward Angel, Directed By Greg Grimsley
Accommodations, Directed By Dee Anthony
Diamond Studs, Directed By Richard Boyd

1985-1986 Season
The Wizard of Oz, Directed By James Reed
Little Me, Directed By Susan Pinkerton
Crimes of the Heart, Directed By Tom Harris
Arsenic and Old Lace, Directed By Bart McCash, June McCash
Fiddler on the Roof, Directed By Nan Keenan

1986-1987
 TO Murfreesboro With Love, Directed By Joe Keenan
Annie, Directed By Robert Hiers
The Dining Room, Directed By Rick Clark
The Dresser, Directed By Darryl Deason
The Sound of Music, Directed By Mary Jane Chrismon

1987-1988
They're Playing Our Song
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie 
Winnie the Pooh, Directed By Diana Fugate

1988-1989 Season
Kiss Me Kate, Directed By Dot Harrison
Agnes of God, Directed By Robert Hiers
The Real Inspector Hound, Directed By Bruce Newman
 South Pacific, Directed By Dot Harrison & Diana Fugate

1989-1990 Season
Huckleberry Finn, Directed By Elizabeth Dugger
Godspell, Directed By Michael McGee
Barefoot in the Park, Directed By Ralph Smith
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Directed By Terry Womack
The Lady's Not for Burning, Directed By Stephen Dees
Evita, Directed By M J Miller/V Jackson
Bellefont, Directed By Tom Harris

1990-1991 Season
Pump Boys & Dinettes, Directed By Dale McGilliard
The Odd Couple, Directed By Robin Overbey
The Little Foxes, Directed By Eva Wright
Crossing Delancey, Directed By Tim Davis