A journey to the Klondike during the gold rush, a bilingual musical tour of the Americas and even the excitement of a soccer match await student audiences who attend performances through TPAC’s 2018-19 Season for Young Audiences, now open for reservations.
Onstage, the adaptation features a not-so-secret sauce; the kids actually play their musical instruments. Very well. “There is something very moving about that,” says Julian Fellowes. “I mean, you art sort of half moved to tears, simply by the fact that they’re playing this music.”
We are so excited that The Price is Right Live is coming to TPAC for two shows on November 11. Contestants will be able to play the games […]
Deb and Howard Thompson gave their final bow at Waitress earlier this June after thirty years of volunteering at TPAC. Deb and Howard started volunteering in 1988 when the […]
Kathleen O’Brien, Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s President and Chief Executive Officer since 2005, will retire from her leadership post in July 2019, at the end of the nonprofit’s next fiscal year. O’Brien, the first and only woman to lead TPAC in its almost 38-year history, started as Public Affairs Director in 1988 and has led the organization through several, often historic, transitions during her tenure.
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, […]
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 […]