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Author and speaker Rob Bell brings Holy Shift Tour to TPAC

Rob Bell is bringing his “Holy Shift Tour” to James K. Polk Theater on October 12. Bell is the New York Times best-selling author of “Love Wins,” […]

Get to know the Spotlight Award finalists

On May 4, the Spotlight Award finalists for Best Actress and Best Actor met for the first time in TPAC’s Johnson Theater. Tiyanna Gentry, Addison McFarlin, […]

Olivia James Graves and Ellie James to play the role of "Lulu" in Waitress.

Local girls cast for ‘Lulu’ role in ‘Waitress’ at TPAC June 5-10

The Tony Award nominated musical Waitress presented by Nashville Originals will feature the talents of two local young actresses sharing the role of “Lulu” during the Nashville engagement […]

Tony Awards Viewing Party 2018

Watch the 72nd Tony Awards with us on June 10

Will Harry Potter and the Cursed Child win the Tony Award for Best Play? Will The Band’s Visit, Frozen, Mean Girls, or… SpongeBob SquarePants the Musical take home […]

Spotlight Awards Feature Graphic

And the nominees for the 2018 Spotlight Awards are…

Best Actress and Best Actor finalists for the 2018 Spotlight Awards, featuring students from Middle Tennessee and East Tennessee high schools, include Tiyanna Gentry of Hillsboro High School (Davidson), […]

TPAC’s 2018-19 season features the best of Broadway

Direct from Broadway to Music City, the blockbuster 2018-19 HCA/Tri-Star Health Broadway at TPAC season features new and contemporary hits still thrilling audiences in New York. […]

‘Hamilton’ to make Nashville premiere on TPAC’s 2019-20 Season

TPAC announced at the 2018/19 season announcement party that Hamilton will be making its TPAC debut in the 2019/20 season! Hamilton is the story of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, […]

Miya Robertson with her students

Miya Robertson named Teacher of the Year for 2018

Miya Robertson, a drama teacher at Gower Elementary School in Nashville, is Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s 2018 Teacher of the Year. Presented each year, the award honors an educator who uses the arts to inspire learning, build community, and foster excellence in teaching.