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?”
Almost 100 years ago, half of our country’s population was given the right to cast a ballot for the first time. In honor of this landmark moment in history, TPAC has joined over 40 other Nashville organizations to commemorate the centennial of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution granting women the right to vote.
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 Nashville Ballet’s upcoming 2019-20 season.
Roberta Ciuffo West, TPAC’s Executive Vice President for Education and Community Engagement, reflects on the upcoming 2019-20 HOT Season for Young People and how it connects to classroom learning.
Nashville Ballet will open its performance season with the return of Artistic Director Paul Vasterling’s Romeo & Juliet September 20-22 to tell the impassioned tale of a love […]
Nashville Ballet invites community youth ages eight and up to open auditions for the 2019-2020 season production of Nashville’s Nutcracker. Auditions are on August 18, August 25, […]
Nashville Ballet Artistic Director Paul Vasterling has announced the 2019-2020 season roster. Vasterling promotes three artists from within and welcomes four newcomers to the organization. Nashville […]
From alt-rock to orchestra, Ben Folds’s musical career is nothing short of impressive making Nashville Ballet pleased to join him back on stage with the triumphant homecoming of Artistic Director Paul Vasterling’s The Ben Folds Project: Concerto at TPAC’s Jackson Hall, April 26-28.