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MNPS and NPT partner to provide kids at home with educational programming.

Metro Schools, NPT partner on programming for students learning at home

As a million Tennessee students K-12 and their parents prepare for another month of learning from home, Nashville Public Television is stepping up to help.

A child taking a virtual field trip on a tablet.

Kids at home? Keep them occupied (and learning) with these 20 virtual field trips

No permission slips required, these “trips” offer kids amazing learning experiences without ever leaving the house.

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NCT launches at-home ‘Acting Adventures’ for children during social distancing

Nashville Children’s Theatre moves its classes for young audiences online to support at-home learning during social distancing.

Monkey Baa Theatre presents Diary Of A Wombat

New Australian play ‘Diary of a Wombat’ addresses man’s relationship with nature March 7

All proceeds from this public performance to benefit WIRES — Australia’s largest wildlife rescue organization currently working to help sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in fire-affected areas.

Will Blum Spotlight Awards 2020

Nashville native and Broadway star Will Blum to host 2020 Spotlight Awards

After making his Broadway debut at 23, he’s spent the last 13 years as an actor, director and acting coach in NYC and London — currently performing on Broadway in the Tony nominated musical, Beetlejuice.

Fisk Jubilee Singers

A testament to the power of song: Dr. Paul T. Kwami on Fisk Jubilee Singers’ legacy

Hear the spirituals that are rooted in the soul of America and learn about the Jubilee Singers from Fisk University that brought them to the world.

young woman holding a Hamilton ticket

‘Hamilton’ education program ‘EduHam’ showcases talent and creativity of local teens

The musical has done the seemingly impossible — made both theater and history cool to high schoolers.

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How David Epley blended acting and science to become Doktor Kaboom

“It took me 40 years to figure out what I wanted to do for the rest of my life,” says Doktor Kaboom creator David Epley. “But when I found it, I never looked back.”