TPAC’s 2016-17 Annual Report to the Community highlights several new, even historic, steps made last year and the nonprofit’s commitment to keeping pace with Nashville’s dramatic growth. TPAC presented 474 performances, welcomed 350,728 audience members, served 42,944 children and adults, and had an economic impact of more than $72 million.
The great joy of learning lies in discovery. Since its inception, TPAC’s ArtSmart has enriched classroom curriculum and helped students discover the tools they need to have a meaningful encounter with a live arts experience. This deeper drive is facilitated by TPAC teaching artists at no cost to schools.
This Valentine’s Day, the seven brothers that make up Hypnotic Brass Ensemble are playing for one night in James K. Polk Theater. Sons of the late […]
The National High School Musical Theatre Awards will take place on Monday, June 25 at Broadway’s Minskoff Theatre. High school students from across the country will […]
Five Metro schools have been selected to participate in the 2017-18 Disney Musicals in Schools program, an initiative developed by Disney Theatrical Productions to create sustainable theatre programs in disadvantaged schools.
Erica Aubrey and Miles Aubrey, a Nashville-based couple with a broad range of Broadway, TV, film, and music credits, will co-host for the Spotlight Awards, presented by TPAC and Lipscomb University on May 13.
We are so proud and grateful to be included as one of 44 recipients of the 2017 CMA Country Music Association Foundation’s annual donation to support music […]
TPAC is adding a sixth arts in education program: a partnership with Lipscomb University’s College of Entertainment & the Arts to implement and expand the university’s Nashville High School Musical Theatre Awards, or the Spotlight Awards.