The author of ‘The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe’ is the focus of his one-man show, ‘An Evening with C. S. Lewis,’ coming to TPAC May 9-10.
We asked, you answered… 40 years of TPAC memories — here’s to 40 more!
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Celebrating 40 years of bold performances and innovative arts education programs, TPAC announces its 2020-21 Broadway at TPAC season, including a multi-week return of Nashville’s best-loved Broadway blockbuster, Disney’s The Lion King.
What better reason is there to break away from the honky-tonks of Lower Broadway than to sample some internationally distilled whiskeys?
New Dialect’s artistic director Banning Bouldin found new ways to express her emotions through choreography not long after she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
All proceeds from this public performance to benefit WIRES — Australia’s largest wildlife rescue organization currently working to help sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in fire-affected areas.
“It’s a story we all know; it’s a human story,” says choreographer Drew McOnie. “Regardless of your faith, it connects with everyone.”