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Mark Cabus holding a candelabra with blown out candle with black background

Q&A with Mark Cabus on ‘A Christmas Carol’

Actor Mark Cabus has performed his adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol for more than two decades and to tens of thousands of students both at TPAC and in schools across Middle Tennessee.

Teaching Artist Allison Bencar working with students

Q&A with Allison Bencar, TPAC teaching artist

We check in with Allison Bencar to discuss how she’s staying busy and why it’s important to keep the arts alive during this time.

Students seated in a classroom

Q&A with Alison Brazil, TPAC teaching artist

Singer, dancer, musician, artist, teacher. All of these describe Alison Brazil, one of the dozens of teaching artists who create and lead arts-centered learning through TPAC’s education programs in schools.

Jack Roden Spotlight Awards

Q&A with Jack Roden, our 2020 Outstanding Lead Actor

You may have noticed that the 2020 Spotlight Awards looked a little different this year. There was no big celebration in TPAC’s Jackson Hall, but instead, […]

Outstanding Lead Actress Lily Soto

Q&A with Lily Soto, our 2020 Outstanding Lead Actress

Q&A with Lily Soto who won 2020 Outstanding Lead Actress for her portrayal of Donna Sheridan in “Mamma Mia!”

Jordan Donica sitting on a stool

Raoul in ‘Phantom,’ Lafayette in ‘Hamilton’ and Freddy in ‘My Fair Lady,’ Jordan Donica talks acting

Jordan Donica originated the role of Freddy Eynsford-Hill in Lincoln Center Theater’s Broadway revival of My Fair Lady, which makes its Nashville debut Feb. 4-9 at TPAC.

a cellist and a dancer on stage

Q&A with cellist Maya Beiser and dancer Wendy Whelan about blending two art forms for ‘The Day’

TPAC News Center recently talked with Beiser and Whelan about how being masters of their respective crafts blends together on stage before sharing one together at TPAC’s Polk Theater on Jan. 18.

man poking head out between blue theater curtains

Ordinary man: An interview with Jerry Adler on the original ‘My Fair Lady’

Recognized for his roles in ‘The Sopranos’ and ‘The Good Wife,’ Jerry Adler began his career in 1951, working as a stage manager on many notable shows, including the original production of ‘My Fair Lady.’