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Nashville Rep's cast and crew of 'Mary Poppins'.

Nashville Rep postpones ‘Mary Poppins’ to July 2-11

After tornados and COVID-19 outbreak, Nashville Rep sets “Mary Poppins” for July 2-11, moves new works program online.

Nashville Ballet's 2020-21 Season

Nashville Ballet unveils 35th anniversary season

‘Peter Pan’ is flying back from Neverland to kick off Nashville Ballet’s 2020-2021 season.

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Ballerina Kayla Rowser announces final season with Nashville Ballet

Three opportunities to see Rowser remain: ‘Attitude: Other Voices’ Feb. 14-16, ‘Modern Masters’ April 24-26 and during the company’s workshop series, ‘Emergence’ May 14-17.

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

Nashville Ballet ‘Attitude’ series, Feb. 14-16, uses the art form of dance to address relevant social and cultural topics by exploring the topic of gender identity.

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Maren Morris and Rayland Baxter to perform at Nashville Ballet’s ‘Ballet Ball 2020’

Two Nashville Country Music icons sharing the stage with Nashville Ballet at its annual fundraising gala.

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Ballet gives out 2,500 ‘Nashville’s Nutcracker’ tickets to economically underserved for 13th year

First established in 1989, Holiday Magic is a community engagement program which works to share the beauty, artistry and athleticism of dance.

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Renowned cellist Maya Beiser, dance icon Wendy Whelan perform in rare collaboration inspired by 9/11

“We started working on the piece on September 11”, says renowned Cellist Maya Beiser says. “We were there, in New York City when it happened. The piece became inspired by those events.”

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‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ is now a ballet, and Nashville will be the first US-based company to perform it

Some of us were lucky enough to read ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ in high school. Others remember the riveting 1951 film with Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh and Kim Hunter. But anyone who knows anything about the 1947 play by Tennessee Williams is wondering the same thing: “How do you translate the beautiful narrative into a ballet, where no words are uttered?”