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Q&A with cellist Maya Beiser and dancer Wendy Whelan about blending two artforms for ‘The Day’

TPAC News Center recently talked with Beiser and Whelan about how being masters of their respective crafts blends together on the stage before they sharing one together at TPAC’s Polk Theater on Jan. 18.

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Nashville Ballet presents an illuminating exploration of the gender spectrum with ‘Attitude: Other Voices’

These artists take ballet beyond the boundary of what is traditionally expected as they reflect on what it means to be a man or woman, how gender affects one’s existence, and more.

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‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ will play Nashville March 3-8

Following critically acclaimed, sold-out engagements in the United Kingdom, the reimagined 50th Anniversary tour of Jesus Christ Superstar will come to TPAC March 3-8! Featuring award-winning music by […]

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‘The Vagina Monologues’ at the Roxy Regional Theater to support the Sexual Assault Center

Contributions will be collected each night for the Clarksville Sexual Assault Center, which provides counseling and support to children and adult victims of sexual abuse and community education programs to reduce the risk of victimization.

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‘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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Yoga and cocktails? I’m feeling calmer already… ‘Yoga on the Stage’ community event Jan. 31

Turning doubt into security, strangers into friends, and stress into sweat on the Jackson Hall stage.

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‘Hamilton’ original Broadway cast: Where are they now?

With this decade-defining show running at TPAC through Jan. 19, we thought we’d take a look at the actors who started it all.

Cheekwood check-in: Three new exhibitions opening this month

New exhibits include indoor orchid display, student art competition, and Japanese contemporary artist-in-residence Hiroshi Sato.