There’s one musical that certainly has more than nine lives. One of the biggest hits in theatrical history, CATS, returns to Nashville for its ninth time at TPAC Nov.19-24.
Clarksville’s oldest professional theatre is “high stepping” into its 37th season of live entertainment on the corner of Franklin and First in downtown Clarksville with A Chorus Line, a stunning concept musical capturing the spirit and tension of a Broadway chorus audition.
Country outlaw Tanya Tucker, who has made a career out of her charismatic sass, headlines the AmericanaFest Day Stage at War Memorial Auditorium today at 5 p.m., following Della Mae at 12 p.m., Rising Appalachia at 1 p.m., Che Apalache at 2 p.m., Aubrie Sellers at 3 p.m. and Molly Tuttle at 4 p.m.
The Itsy Bitsy Spider is perhaps the ultimate story about perseverance and dedication. We all know the story – the spider climbs the spout, the rain washes it out, the sun dries the rain and then it tries again.
TPAC and Lythgoe Family Give Kids Panto are pleased to announce that open auditions for Aladdin and His Winter Wish will be held at CoolSprings Galleria on National […]
Michael Aldrich, a former performing arts reporter for The Tennessean, is joining TPAC’s News Center team as an arts writer. The addition is an important advancement for TPAC’s nonprofit mission.
Are you ready, kids? I said, are you ready?! After 11 seasons, two movies, and more than $13 billion in merchandising revenue, the animated residents of Bikini Bottom have left their underwater dwellings to conquer the Broadway stage.
Musicians Corner’s second annual September Sundown series returns to Nashville’s Centennial Park to present free multi-genre performances on each Thursday evening in the month of September. This Music City lawn party not […]