Miya Robertson, a drama teacher at Gower Elementary School in Nashville, is Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s 2018 Teacher of the Year. Presented each year, the award honors an educator who uses the arts to inspire learning, build community, and foster excellence in teaching.
On this episode of the Arts Appetizer Podcast, Brentwood-native Ginna Claire Mason, Glinda in ‘Wicked’ discusses what it’s like to be a standby for a Broadway show and the intricate costumes of ‘Wicked’ before Vanderbilt Musicologist James Lovensheimer talks about teaching musicology and more!
Ira Glass, host and creator of the public radio program “This American Life” brings his brand new live show to Nashville on February 23! “This American […]
We hope you’re as excited for our upcoming shows as we are! We have decided to create a monthly playlist featuring some of the upcoming performers […]
Entertainment icon and America’s premier comedian, Jerry Seinfeld, returns to TPAC with a one-night-only performance at Andrew Jackson Hall on Saturday, June 2, with two performances […]
In its first collaboration with Nashville Ballet, Nashville Children’s Theatre presents a bouncing, juggling and flying adaptation of the best-selling children’s book Dragons Love Tacos — the hilarious story of dragons’ immense love for “pantloads of tacos” and the disastrous consequences of spicy salsa.
Nashville Ballet recently announced 2018-19 season will also celebrate Artistic Director and CEO Paul Vasterling’s 20th anniversary with the company. Below, Vasterling weighs in on the […]
Nashville, get ready to come on down, your the next contestant on The Price is Right Live! The interactive game show is coming to TPAC November 11 to […]