Get ready Queer Eye fans… Antoni Porowski is coming to TPAC Sept. 13 for an evening of conversation and foodie fun in partnership with Williams Sonoma to celebrate the publication of his first cookbook “Antoni in the Kitchen.”
As a young man, the Pulitzer Prize-winning lyricist Sheldon Harnick studied violin at Northwestern University, hoping he might land with “a second-rate symphony orchestra somewhere.” But that all changed when his good friend Charlotte Rae loaned him her cast album from Finian’s Rainbow.
Emmy-nominated actor Kevin James, best known for his role in the hit television series “The King of Queens” brings his stand-up comedy show, Kevin James Live […]
City and Colour announced a North American tour with Nigerian-born British singer-songwriter Jacob Banks and British Columbia based songwriter Ben Rogers, the first signing to Still […]
Kathleen O’Brien has seen tremendous change over the last 30 years – not only at Tennessee Performing Arts Center but throughout Nashville itself. But even as the nonprofit’s longtime leader prepares to step down from her post in July, it’s clear that her passion for the arts remains strong.
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.
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.