For a play first performed in 1606, the story of Macbeth can still feel eerily relevant. No one knows this better than Nashville Shakes, who stages one of the Bard’s darkest and most famous tragedies at Belmont’s Troutt Theater Jan. 9-26, Franklin’s Academy Park Performing Arts Center Jan. 30-Feb. 2 and MTSU’s Tucker Theater Feb. 6-8.
In celebration of the winter solstice, OZ Arts presents ‘The Longest Night,’ taking place on the actual longest nights of the year — Dec. 20 and 21 — and bringing together over 40 Nashville-based artists for this celebration.
Making fancy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres is hard, right? That’s why TPAC has partnered with local businesses Athens Distributing and Char to put on an event where you can…
Some shows serve as classic traditions for families to re-experience year after year. Other shows are new, progressive works reflecting the great cultural boom of our city. Dubbed the latest “it city”, Nashville’s ever-growing performing arts scene is the perfect complement to other festive events and activities.
It’s been almost a decade since Nashville saw a record-breaking rainfall of more than thirteen inches causing major flooding throughout Middle Tennessee. In memory of the city’s historic natural disaster, the Frist Art Museum is presenting ‘The Nashville Flood: Ten Years Later,’ a free exhibit open Jan. 10 – May 17.
In its 10th season, the award-winning world class regional theater, rooted in Franklin, celebrates female artists and entertainers. So, naturally Franklin’s fairy godmother worked her magic on Studio Tenn to present a contemporary take on the classic tale, ‘Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella’.
Whether you’re a novice light hanger or a pro like Clark Griswold in ‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’, there are plenty of great places to take your family and experience some dazzling displays of Christmas cheer this holiday season in Middle Tennessee.
In Music City and its surrounding areas, we’re spoiled each holiday season with a diverse array of shows to enjoy with our loved ones. For a town that oozes artistic talent, it’s no wonder so many performances exist — both of the musical and theatrical variety.