This isn’t your parents’ Christmas Carol. The avant-garde, minimalistic take on this holiday classic — running through Dec. 22 — brings Charles Dickens’ most beloved characters to life using five actors, imaginative props and mesmerizing design by Gary C. Hoff.
The list began when he was seven, after his mother’s first attempt. A list of everything that makes life worth living: 1. Ice cream 2. Water fights 3. Staying up past your bedtime and being allowed to watch tv 4. The color yellow 5. Things with stripes 6. Rollercoasters 7. People falling over.
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.
Director Jon Royal has been pushing Nashville theater to reflect the city’s diversity for years. And his take on Dominique Morisseau’s Pipeline, which runs Oct. 19 – Nov. 3 at TPAC’s Johnson Theater, is no different.
All great plays must be written. And for the past ten years, Nashville Repertory Theatre has been asking, “how can we help?” to up-and-coming playwrights through […]
We know, we know. It’s hard to get past the title. But if you do, we assure you Nashville Repertory Theatre’s 35th season opener Urinetown The Musical, which runs from September 14-29 in TPAC’s Johnson Theater, is potty humor at its best and easy to digest.
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.
Well known humorist and internet personality R. Eric Thomas is one of four outstanding writers featured in Nashville Rep’s 2019 Ingram New Works Festival and will premiere his new play, “Crying on Television,” in staged readings tonight at Nashville Children’s Theatre.