TPAC is currently accepting applications for teaching artists for its Nashville Wolf Trap Early Learning Through the Arts program. Applications, due August 2, will be reviewed by TPAC education staff before applicants are brought in for interviews and auditions. Any applicants MUST be available the week of September 16-20, 2019.
Between TPAC’s three theaters, there are hundreds of events that take place each year including Broadway shows, comedians, resident company performances, and more. Arguably the most fun (and rewarding) is the Disney Musicals in Schools Student Share Celebration.
Two Davidson County high school students, Lilla Galgoczy-Toler of Nashville School of the Arts and Trenton McCrary of John Overton High School, took home Outstanding Lead Actress and Actor honors at the 2019 Spotlight Awards and will travel to New York in June to compete nationally in The Jimmy Awards.
Get to know each of the 10 finalists for Outstanding Lead Actress/Actor a little better before they take the stage this weekend at the 2019 Spotlight Awards.
Ten Middle Tennessee students are nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress and Outstanding Lead Actor for the 2019 Spotlight Awards, to be presented Saturday, May 11, at the Tony Awards-style ceremony in TPAC’s Jackson Hall.
As if we weren’t excited enough for Black Violin to return to War Memorial Auditorium on May 9, it was recently announced that they will be […]
Adam Prouty, a fourth-grade math and science teacher at Warner Elementary Arts Magnet School in Nashville, is the Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year.
On March 23, high school and college students gathered at Studio Tenn to take advantage of one of the company’s educational programs – a Broadway master […]