Innovative and unconventional are the themes OZ Arts Nashville has been embracing since its inception five years ago. Now in its seventh season, the first with new […]
With Romeo and Juliet right around the corner for Nashville’s premier ballet company, it’s good to stay on your toes. To help, here’s a breakdown of […]
We know, we know. It’s hard to get past the title. But if you do, we assure you Nashville Repertory Theatre’s 35th season opener Urinetown The Musical, which runs from September 14-29 in TPAC’s Johnson Theater, is potty humor at its best and easy to digest.
Everybody knows Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon. Millions have mispronounced his band’s name before (which comes from the French phrase bon hiver, meaning “good winter”). The experimental multi-instrumentalist with a surprising falsetto has now teamed up with contemporary dance troupe TU Dance to present Bon Iver + TU Dance: Come Through for a limited two-evening engagement February 25 and 26 at TPAC’s Jackson Hall.
Nashville Zoo is about to get lit – literally. See the zoo in a whole new light with the Zoolumination: Chinese Festival of Lights, the largest lantern show in the country spanning more than 60 acres.
There’s one musical that certainly has more than nine lives. One of the biggest hits in theatrical history, CATS, returns to Nashville for its ninth time at TPAC Nov.19-24.
Clarksville’s oldest professional theatre is “high stepping” into its 37th season of live entertainment on the corner of Franklin and First in downtown Clarksville with A Chorus Line, a stunning concept musical capturing the spirit and tension of a Broadway chorus audition.
Country outlaw Tanya Tucker, who has made a career out of her charismatic sass, headlines the AmericanaFest Day Stage at War Memorial Auditorium today at 5 p.m., following Della Mae at 12 p.m., Rising Appalachia at 1 p.m., Che Apalache at 2 p.m., Aubrie Sellers at 3 p.m. and Molly Tuttle at 4 p.m.