Progressive and honest programming like “Return to Sender,” which runs Oct. 10-27, is one reason why Nashville Children’s Theater is ranked as one of the top five children’s theatres in the country.
When you walk into TPAC’s Jackson Hall Oct. 15-20 for the Tony Award-winning revival of Once on This Island, you may wonder why you feel transported to a faraway land just ravaged by a storm. There is water, garbage, a huge tractor trailer, and sand that blankets the stage. What was the inspiration behind this realistic and immersive set design?
William Shakespeare certainly loved incorporating a play within a play – whether it was A Midsummer Night’s Dream or Hamlet. The master English poet and playwright […]
Remember the days of sharpshooters and cowboys? Well, the Renaissance Players are going to help jog your memory in their presentation of Annie Get Your Gun, […]
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.
There’s one musical that certainly has more than nine lives. One of the biggest hits in theatrical history, CATS, returns to Nashville for its ninth time at TPAC Nov.19-24.
Clarksville’s oldest professional theatre is “high stepping” into its 37th season of live entertainment on the corner of Franklin and First in downtown Clarksville with A Chorus Line, a stunning concept musical capturing the spirit and tension of a Broadway chorus audition.
The Itsy Bitsy Spider is perhaps the ultimate story about perseverance and dedication. We all know the story – the spider climbs the spout, the rain washes it out, the sun dries the rain and then it tries again.