From alt-rock to orchestra, Ben Folds’s musical career is nothing short of impressive making Nashville Ballet pleased to join him back on stage with the triumphant homecoming of Artistic Director Paul Vasterling’s The Ben Folds Project: Concerto at TPAC’s Jackson Hall, April 26-28.
Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed new production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s legendary musical Miss Saigon – a smash hit in London, Broadway and across the UK […]
Back by popular demand, The Book of Mormon, winner of nine Tony Awards including Best Musical, announces a lottery ticket policy for its Nashville engagement, March 12-17. The pre-show lottery makes a limited number of tickets available at $25 apiece.
With a collection of new works and poignant classics, the 19-20 Nashville Ballet season raises a mirror to society in an exploration of perceptions, standards and stereotypes. Through thought-provoking, entertaining programming, it promises to captivate, educate and spark meaningful conversations.
As a seasoned Broadway veteran, Ron Bohmer has seen a lot of scripts. But he still remembers the first time he read through The Book of Mormon. “That was the first script I remember reading and actually laughing out loud – just from what’s on the page,” Bohmer says of the Tony Award-winning musical, which plays TPAC March 12-17.
Talented high school actors, singers, dancers and technicians from 28 Tennessee schools are putting their skills on display this year and seeking recognition and important feedback as part of the sixth annual Nashville High School Musical Theatre Awards, or Spotlight Awards.
Broadway legend Betty Buckley has earned her place as one of theatre’s most respected and celebrated leading ladies. Hear what she had to say about starring in the new production of ‘Hello, Dolly!’
Jennifer Turner, currently Executive Vice President and Managing Director at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, will be TPAC’s next President and Chief Executive Officer starting May 2019. Turner will follow Kathleen O’Brien, who will retire from TPAC in July, ending a 14-year tenure at the head of the arts center and 31 total years at TPAC.