Metro Nashville Public Schools continues to encourage the students of Nashville to pursue their dreams through artistic endeavors. Here’s some recent stories from the world of MNPS that may brighten your day.
When the national tour of Once on This Island kicked off in Nashville, there were a few lucky enough to immerse themselves in the Tony Award-winning revival’s unique on-stage seating, literally putting their toes in the sand. Exclusive Broadway experiences like these would typically go to the highest bidder, right?
When you walk into TPAC’s Jackson Hall Oct. 15-20 for the Tony Award-winning revival of Once on This Island, you may wonder why you feel transported to a faraway land just ravaged by a storm. There is water, garbage, a huge tractor trailer, and sand that blankets the stage. What was the inspiration behind this realistic and immersive set design?
The cast for the National Tour of Once on This Island has been announced! The musical will officially kick off the national tour right here in Nashville October […]
Not every Broadway conductor conducts their orchestra with a toothbrush. But since SpongeBob The Musical — which floats into TPAC Nov. 5-10 — isn’t your average musical, Patrick Hoagland is not your average conductor.
The critically acclaimed, award-winning The SpongeBob Musical will make its Nashville debut at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s Jackson Hall Nov. 5-10. “Wonders pour from the […]
Are you ready, kids? I said, are you ready?! After 11 seasons, two movies, and more than $13 billion in merchandising revenue, the animated residents of Bikini Bottom have left their underwater dwellings to conquer the Broadway stage.
Becoming a cat is no easy feat, especially when you’re one of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s. Nobody knows this better than Timothy Gulan, who plays three “jellicle” cats in the national tour.
“So many millions of people have a love affair with this show; I feel it is important to give them what they remember,” says Andy Blankenbuehler, who choreographed the first Broadway revival of the 1980 musical phenomenon by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
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.
This past Monday, hundreds of people from far and wide showed up to get their golden ticket to the international musical sensation, Hamilton, coming to Nashville Dec. 31 to Jan. 19, 2020. The Lin-Manuel Miranda-penned show plays a total 24 times at TPAC’s Jackson Hall, the longest running show of the 2019-2020 Broadway season, but that didn’t slow down Nashvillians.
Tickets for HAMILTON at TPAC will go on sale to the public Monday, November 11 at 10 a.m.
Excitement has been building for the last several months, as Nashville prepares for the arrival of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical sensation “Hamilton.” But as Tennessee Performing Arts […]
Before the ‘Blue Man Group’ busts into TPAC’s Jackson Hall Feb. 11-16, we thought we should take a peek behind the face paint and bald caps to see what has kept the drums tuned and marshmallows flying since 1991.
Work Light Productions announced casting today for the 50th Anniversary Tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s iconic musical, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR. Winner of the […]
We all remember Cynthia Erivo’s emotional, Tony Award-winning performance as Celie in the 2016 Broadway revival of The Color Purple, an uplifting story about the triumph of the […]
TROIKA Entertainment announced today the casting for the North American tour of Jimmy Buffett’s ESCAPE TO MARGARITAVILLE. The musical will star Chris Clark as Tully, Sarah […]
Oompa loompa doompety doo. TPAC has the perfect show for you. Step inside a world of pure imagination with Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, coming to TPAC’s Jackson Hall June 9-14.
Flex Packages allow you to pick 4 or more performances from Once on This Island, The SpongeBob Musical, My Fair Lady, Escape to Margaritaville, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and these specials: CATS, Blue Man Group, Jesus Christ Superstar, and The Color Purple.
Pick 4 or more shows
It means you’ll be unable to see the entire stage from those seats.
We sell these seats because for many fans the limited view is not a problem, and the tickets are clearly labeled at time of purchase (see photo below). Limited view seating varies event to event and could be something as small as a tiny corner of the stage being blocked from view. Call our box office at 615-782-4040 for additional information on limited view seating.
Seats marked with “Limited View” during purchase path
Ascend Amphitheater is located at 310 First Ave. S. Directions and Parking
All performances are rain-or-shine. Severe Weather Updates
All bags will be searched upon entry.
Lawn chairs higher than 9″ off the ground will not be allowed into the amphitheater. Low-back lawn chairs, blankets and stadium seating cushions are allowed.
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Preview the content of this show at the links below. If you have questions, please call TPAC Box Office at 615-782-4040.
Dear Evan Hansen makes a triumphant arrival in Los Angeles: EW review
Review: A social media star is born in ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ as the hit Broadway musical arrives in L.A. in tip-top form
‘Dear Evan Hansen’: Theater Review
“DEAR EVAN HANSEN” EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS
Recommended for ages 5 and up.
Review: ‘Once on This Island,’ Revived and Ravishing
‘Once on This Island’: Theater Review
Once on This Island is a joy – filled Caribbean escape on Broadway: EW review
Broadway Review: A Glorious, Timely Revival of ‘Once on This Island’
Review: ‘Once on This Island’ on Broadway: Lovely, timely, touching one heart at a time
There are no “lap” tickets available. All patrons, regardless of age, will require seated tickets.
Review: ‘SpongeBob SquarePants,’ a Watery Wonderland on Broadway
“SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical” is the Surprise Hit of the Season
Broadway Review: ‘SpongeBob SquarePants,’ the Musical
Review: ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ now swims with the Broadway sharks
SpongeBob SquarePants is a bubbly musical delight – Palace Theatre, New York, review
Visit our Hamilton FAQ page.
The show contains some strong language and non-graphic adult situations.
Hamilton is appropriate for ages 10 and up.
No child under age 3 will be admitted.
Review: ‘Hamilton,’ Young Rebels Changing History and Theater
Review: ‘Hamilton’ makes the most of its Chicago shot
Review: ‘Hamilton’ finally comes to Minneapolis and, yes, it’s great
‘Hamilton’ Triumphs In Boston – The Opera House Is The Room Where It Happens (Finally)
Theater Review: ‘Hamilton’ lives up to buzz at The Bushnell in Hartford
Review: Whose ‘Fair Lady’? This Time, Eliza’s in Charge
‘My Fair Lady’ Review: Grown Accustomed to Success
Broadway Review: ‘My Fair Lady’
My Fair Lady at Lincoln Center Theater Broadway, review – an Eliza for the MeToo movement
My Fair Lady returns to Broadway with a captivating new Eliza: EW review
Review: ‘Escape to Margaritaville’ provides fun for Buffett fans and the masses
Jimmy Buffett’s Escape to Margaritaville musical will give you a light buzz: EW review
‘Escape to Margaritaville’: Theater Review
‘Summer’ review: Donna Summer’s songs are the hot stuff
Summer: The Donna Summer Musical will make you ‘Stamp Your Feet’: EW Review
‘Summer’ Broadway Review: It’s Winter for Queen of Disco Donna Summer
Broadway Review: Warner Bros Bets On ‘Charlie And The Chocolate Factory’ Redo
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: EW stage review
‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’: Theater Review
‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ Broadway Review: Christian Borle to the Rescue
‘Cats’: Theater Review
Review: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Cats’ Returns to Broadway
Review: Does ‘Cats’ Have Nine Lives on Broadway? Two, Certainly
Review: On Theater: ‘Cats’ prowls wonderfully on Costa Mesa stage
Blue Man Group Show s a Sense of Fun at Astor Place Theater
Blue Man Group
Blue Man Group still ageless (and earless) at 25
Review: Blue Man Group makes merry at the Hollywood Bowl
Jesus Christ Superstar: Theater Review
Lyric Opera’s ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ a glorious rock-opera celebration
Praise be for ‘Jesus’
Theater review: ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ rocks Broadway again
Contains strong language, sexual situations, and mature subject matter.
The Color Purple finds new meaning on tour: EW review
The Acting and Singing Are the Best Parts of The Color Purple
Tony-winning ‘Color Purple’ revival opens at The Smith Center
Theater Review: The Color Purple Is One of the Greatest Revivals Ever
Many shows impose ticket limits to allow as many people as possible to have equal access to seats. This is done as a deterrent to third party vendors, i.e. scalpers, who may purchase large blocks of seats and then resell them online at an inflated cost. The term “household” refers to any shared information on one or more accounts. This includes, but may not be limited to matching names, mailing and billing addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and credit card numbers. Any households that purchase more than the allowed number of tickets may have their order(s) refunded without notice.