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Theatre Listings: May 2018

Nashville and Middle Tennessee’s vibrant arts community has a lot happening in May. Check out all the upcoming shows from local theaters and universities performing this month, including Nashville Children’s Theatre, Nashville Ballet, and Studio Tenn.

Nashville’s John Overton High School receives NBC ‘R.I.S.E.’ grant

NBC recently announced the 50 schools that will receive their R.I.S.E. grant, giving $10,000 to school theatre departments around the country. Out of over 1,000 schools […]

Direct from New York to Nashville, TPAC’s 2018-19 season features the best of Broadway

Direct from Broadway to Music City, the blockbuster 2018-19 HCA/Tri-Star Health Broadway at TPAC season features new and contemporary hits still thrilling audiences in New York. […]

‘Hamilton’ to make Nashville premiere on TPAC’s 2019-20 Broadway season

TPAC announced at the 2018/19 season announcement party that Hamilton will be making its TPAC debut in the 2019/20 season! Hamilton is the story of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, […]

Support TPAC at May 2 happy hour event

The Big Payback is a community wide 24-hour giving challenge presented by the Community Foundation that raises money and gives awareness to non-profits in the area. […]

Grammy Award winning Gipsy Kings stop at TPAC May 10

The Gipsy Kings, featuring Nicolas Reyes and Tonino Baliardo, will perform at Tennessee Performing Arts Center on May 10, taking audiences back to the south of […]

Miya Robertson with her students

Miya Robertson named Teacher of the Year for 2018

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.

Podcast: ‘Wicked’ Arts Appetizer

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!