KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
In response to rising concerns about COVID-19 and due to events beyond our control, TPAC has closed its venues through April 12 and the engagement of Rigoletto scheduled for April 9 and 11 has been postponed. While under a Tennessee and federal state of emergency, we have determined that continuing with scheduled performances may be dangerous to public health and safety. Closing our venues is the right action. We look forward to welcoming you back to our venues when we can safely proceed with regular operations. For our full statement, visit TPAC.ORG/PatronHealth.
An email was sent to all ticket holders on March 17, providing the following options:
- Please transfer my tickets to the rescheduled Rigoletto: April 8 and 10, 2021.
- Please return my ticket, but keep the funds as a donation to Nashville Opera.
- Please return my ticket for a full refund.
If you did not receive that email, please fill out this survey to let us know which option you prefer.
Note: We appreciate your patience as the process may take some time. If you have additional questions regarding a performance, please contact us.
Please no food inside the theater.
Rigoletto the jester, despised by all save his beautiful daughter, is powerless to protect her from the lechery of the Duke he serves. Verdi’s lush (and famous!) melodies blend with dark intrigue in this tale of a father’s vengeance. From the elegant world of courtiers to a dangerous riverfront inn, Rigoletto soon discovers that revenge can be a double-edged sword.