Murfreesboro Little Theatre has got all kinds of intriguing events coming up for the next few months.
The Little Theatre and Music Theater International presents "She Loves Me" this month.
Directed by Andy Ford with musical direction by Charlie Parker, this charming romantic, family comedy is based off of the book She Loves Me by Joe Masteroff and an in-between production for lovers of the films "You've Got Mail" or "The Shop Around the Corner."
The endearing musical is about two feuding co-workers, Georg and Amalia – played by Nick Dearing and Emily Lowery – in a perfume shop during the 1300s.
Both confide in their anonymous pen pals about life and eventually fall for each other.
They arrange to meet, and, ultimately, the truth is uncovered that they have unknowingly been contacting each other.
"Though She Loves Me" opened July 13, there is still time because it is running through Sunday, July 29. Friday and Saturday night shows are at 7 p.m., and Sundays are matinees at 2 p.m.
The ticket price for adults is $10; seniors, children, and MLT members are $5.
In celebration of Murfreesboro's 200th birthday, the theatre has been asked to perform See Here, Black Fox, an original play written to commemorate Murfreesboro's sesquicentennial in 1967.
Actors, dancers, square dancers, and singers are all needed to re-enact the birth of the city.
Show dates are slated for late-August, and admission will be free.
Finally, to show the theatre's love for its members and volunteers, Saturday, Aug. 11, the MLT Annual Membership and Awards Ceremony will be held.
The member picnic will be at 5 p.m., a meeting will be at 6 p.m., and the ceremony to celebrate 49 seasons will take place at 7 p.m. The 50th and 51st season lineups will also be announced during the event.