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Nashville Ballet's "Seven Deadly Sins."

Nashville Ballet’s ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ returns to haunt this Halloween

Nashville Ballet’s contemporary collaboration with Ten Out of Tenn returns Oct. 18-20 to usher in the Halloween season.

Nashville Ballet's Owen Thorne and Kayla Rowser rehearse 'Lucy Negro Redux.'

Nashville Rep, Opera and Ballet unveil world and regional premieres

Bursting with new works, contemporary hits and big regional premieres, the 2018-19 seasons of Nashville Repertory Theatre, Nashville Ballet, and Nashville Opera promise to entertain and inspire.

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Theatre Listings: September 2018

Nashville and Middle Tennessee’s vibrant arts community has a lot happening in September. Check out all the upcoming shows from local theaters and universities performing this month.

School of Nashville Ballet alumnus returns as a company member

As Dorothy says, “there’s no place like home.” These words ring true for Nashville Ballet company member, Owen Thorne, who is returning to Nashville Ballet where he took classes growing up.

A note on ‘Modern Masters’ from company dancer, Katie Vasilopoulos

We at TPAC are thrilled to have Nashville Ballet present Modern Masters, May 4-6, 2018 in Andrew Jackson Hall! Highlighting the distinctly delightful styles of three […]

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Theatre Listings: May 2018

Nashville and Middle Tennessee’s vibrant arts community has a lot happening in May. Check out all the upcoming shows from local theaters and universities performing this month, including Nashville Children’s Theatre, Nashville Ballet, and Studio Tenn.

Aleksandr Schroeder leaps in NCT's "Dragons Love Tacos."

Dragons, juggling, ballet and tacos combine in ‘Dragons Love Tacos’

In its first collaboration with Nashville Ballet, Nashville Children’s Theatre presents a bouncing, juggling and flying adaptation of the best-selling children’s book Dragons Love Tacos — the hilarious story of dragons’ immense love for “pantloads of tacos” and the disastrous consequences of spicy salsa.

Paul Vasterling on Nashville Ballet’s 2018-19 season

Nashville Ballet recently announced 2018-19 season will also celebrate Artistic Director and CEO Paul Vasterling’s 20th anniversary with the company. Below, Vasterling weighs in on the […]