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‘Love Never Dies’ makes TPAC debut

Love Never Dies, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s spellbinding sequel to The Phantom of the Opera makes its Nashville premiere at Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s Andrew Jackson Hall with […]

TLC’s Theresa Caputo is bringing ‘Long Island Medium’ to Nashville

The Long Island Medium herself is coming to TPAC June 27! Theresa Caputo will share personal stories about her life and explain how her gift works. […]

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Students from 26 TN high schools to participate in 2018 Spotlight Awards

Talented students from 26 Tennessee high schools are seizing an opportunity to improve their skills and be recognized for theatrical and musical talent as part of the fifth annual Nashville High School Musical Theater Awards, or Spotlight Awards.

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Podcast: ‘Cabaret’ Arts Appetizer

On this Arts Appetizer podcast Richard LeFleur and Anne Marie Snyder from Cabaret alongside country singer JT Hodges discuss everything from what it’s like to be a […]

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‘Waitress’ brings music, dancing, and pie to TPAC

We are thrilled to announce Waitress presented by Nashville Originals will play Andrew Jackson Hall for a one week engagement June 5-10! Brought to life by a […]

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Lifetime’s hit series ‘Bring It’ returns to TPAC

Miss D and her Dancing Dolls are returning to Nashville to bring the house down! After two consecutive years, Lifetime’s ‘Bring It! Live’ will return to Andrew […]

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Nick Swardson brings his Too Many Smells Tour to TPAC

The extremely talented and hilarious Nick Swardson is bringing laughs to Nashville with his “Too Many Smells” Tour!  Known as a jack of all comedy trades, […]

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Teaching artists play leading role in creative learning

In a lively preschool classroom in Nashville, children eagerly pick up their pretend paint buckets and use imaginary brushes to paint triangles, circles, and squares in the air. They follow the lead of Holly Cannon-Hesse, one of dozens of teaching artists who play a leading role in TPAC’s educational outreach.