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Nashville Shakes presents 'Jesters Dead'

Nashville Shakes to premiere ‘Top Gun’, Shakespeare mash-up May 28

Leave it to Nashville Shakespeare Festival to turn a cheesy Tom Cruise film into an Elizabethan comedy to perform virtually during a global pandemic.

Frist Art Museum

Frist Art Museum presents first online art exhibition ‘We Count: First-Time Voters’

“We Count: First-Time Voters” is an online exhibition of five local artists now live at FristArtMuseum.org/WeCount.

A Taste of Music City Recipe Notes

Digital cookbook brings Nashville’s most popular recipes to your home

A free, downloadable collection of recipes from local restaurants and chefs is proving Nashville’s culinary scene is more than hot chicken and biscuits.

Spotlight Award students standing on the stage

And the nominees for the 2020 Spotlight Awards are…

On Tuesday, May 12, TPAC announced the nominees for the 2019-2020 Spotlight Awards. Awardees will be announced June 13.

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Nashville Ballet’s ‘Emergence’ available for free on YouTube May 15-17

Nashville Ballet will present a free version of “Emergence” May 15–17 on its YouTube channel.

Schermerhorn Symphony Center front entrance

Nashville Symphony goes virtual with online entertainment and education resources

Orchestra musician performances, conductor lectures, demonstrations, teaching tools, at-home activities and more.

TPAC's 2020 Teacher of the Year, Joy Patton

Get to know Joy Patton, TPAC’s 2020 Teacher of the Year

Your words matter. These three words are how TPAC Teacher of the Year Joy Patton ends each of her English and Theater classes at Renaissance High School.

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NEA report covers challenges, impact for theatre for young audiences

Theaters are preparing the next generation to inherit an increasingly complex world, but that doesn’t come without its challenges.