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Remembering Barry Scott

TPAC is forever grateful for the vision, artistry, and friendship of actor, director, and producer Barry Scott who passed away last week at the age of 65.

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Nashville Rep to host virtual ‘Broadway Brunch at Night’ fundraiser Aug. 23

Nashville Rep will host ‘Broadway Brunch At Night,’ a modified online fundraiser on August 23 at 7 p.m. kicking off a weeklong giving campaign for organization.

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Nashville Rep awarded “Partner of the Year” by Mental Health America of the MidSouth

Mental Health America of the MidSouth named Nashville Rep their “Collaborative Nonprofit Partner of the Year” at MHA’s annual meeting and awards ceremony! The ceremony took […]

Nashville Shakes presents 'Jesters Dead'

Nashville Shakes to premiere ‘Top Gun’, Shakespeare mash-up May 28

Leave it to Nashville Shakespeare Festival to turn a cheesy Tom Cruise film into an Elizabethan comedy to perform virtually during a global pandemic.

New Works 615 is an extension of Nashville Rep's Ingram New Works Project focused on local playwrights.

Extension of Ingram New Works program to empower local voices in creating theatre

A new extension of the Ingram New Works Project is focused on developing local voices to inspire and enrich Nashville.

Nine Nashville arts organizations co-sign 'A Statement of Unity'.

Nashville arts organizations unite in call for community support for the arts

Nashville arts organizations release “statement of unity,” calling for community support during this unprecedented stop in operations.

Nashville Repertory Theatre unveils 36th anniversary season

‘Next to Normal,’ ‘Fences’ to lead off Nashville Rep’s 36th season

Nashville Rep announces 36th season featuring “Next to Normal,” “Fences,” Ragtime,” and the introduction of a its Contemporary American Voices series.

Nashville Rep's 'A Streetcar Named Desire'

Nashville Rep’s ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ coming to TPAC Feb. 8-23

Don’t miss the classic that won Tennessee Williams his Pulitzer Prize by Nashville Rep.