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Q&A with Alison Brazil, TPAC teaching artist

Singer, dancer, musician, artist, teacher. All of these describe Alison Brazil, one of the dozens of teaching artists who create and lead arts-centered learning through TPAC’s education programs in schools.

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Nashville Ballet announces free televised premiere of Nashville’s Nutcracker in December

Nashville Ballet and NewsChannel 5 are partnering to present a free televised premiere of a full-length Nashville’s Nutcracker on Friday, December 18, featuring an introduction and narration by former Tennessee Titan Eddie George.

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Remembering Barry Scott

TPAC is forever grateful for the vision, artistry, and friendship of actor, director, and producer Barry Scott who passed away last week at the age of 65.

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TPAC audiences invited to join nationwide watch ‘John Lewis: Good Trouble’

Join a nationwide watch of the riveting new documentary, “John Lewis: Good Trouble,” which looks at the impact of Rep. John Lewis’s life and work, and register to take part in a live virtual conversation about Rep. Lewis’s legacy on Sept. 21 at 6 p.m. CT.

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Patti Lupone, Chita Rivera, Debbie Gibson slated for Studio Tenn’s virtual talk show

A star-powered fall lineup including Patti LuPone, Chita Rivera, and Debbie Gibson is coming to Studio Tenn’s virtual talk show, “Studio Tenn Talks: Theater Conversations with Patrick Cassidy.”

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Q&A with Alison Brazil, TPAC teaching artist

Singer, dancer, musician, artist, teacher. All of these describe Alison Brazil, one of the dozens of teaching artists who create and lead arts-centered learning through TPAC’s education programs in schools.

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Artober Nashville celebrates Arts & Humanities month with Omari Booker’s ‘Blueprint II’

Artober Nashville is spotlighting veteran Nashville artist Omari Booker and his work “Blueprint II” to kick off the annual month-long celebration of the arts in Nashville and Middle Tennessee.

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Nashville Shakes creates “cultural alliance” with Kennie Playhouse Theatre

Nashville Shakespeare Festival is creating a “Cultural Alliance” with Kennie Playhouse Theatre, a local theatre company dedicated to giving the underserved African American acting community opportunities to perform for diverse audiences.

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Arts community joins campaign to promote early voting for 2020 election

More than 30 arts organizations are joining a larger, nonpartisan VoteEarlyTN campaign to promote early voting leading up to the November election.

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TPAC launches free Salon Series to explore Nashville arts and culture Sept. 1

Due to the popularity its summer virtual events, TPAC announces an expanded Salon Series of free evening events to explore Nashville arts and culture starting Sept. 1.

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Studio Tenn to present Adam Pascal’s ‘So Far…’ An Acoustic Retrospective Aug. 22

Studio Tenn will present Broadway legend Adam Pascal’s “So Far…” An Acoustic Retrospective at the Academy Park Performing Arts Center on Aug. 22 at 7:00 p.m.

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TPAC to livestream discussion on 19th Amendment as Marilyn Artus completes ‘Her Flag’ project in Nashville

TPAC will host a Zoom discussion on the 19th Amendment as Marilyn Artus completes her nationwide Her Flag project at War Memorial Auditorium on August 18.

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National Independent Venue Association supports the Save Our Stages Act and RESTART Act

34 independent entertainment venues and promoters from Middle Tennessee, all members of the recently formed National Independent Venue Association (NIVA), planned a local day of action […]

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TPAC, Lipscomb announce hiatus for Spotlight Awards ceremony in modified program for 2021

TPAC and Lipscomb University will modify the Nashville High School Musical Theatre Awards program for the 20-21 school year, including a hiatus for all in-person events and the Spotlight Awards ceremony.

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Nashville Ballet, League of Women Voters present digital performance of ’72 Steps’ Aug. 18

Inspired by Tennessee’s role in the ratification of the 19th Amendment, Nashville Ballet will present Gina Patterson’s ’72 Steps’ on August 18 in a special digital format made possible by the League of Women Voters.

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Nashville Rep to host virtual ‘Broadway Brunch at Night’ fundraiser Aug. 23

Nashville Rep will host ‘Broadway Brunch At Night,’ a modified online fundraiser on August 23 at 7 p.m. kicking off a weeklong giving campaign for organization.

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Marilyn Artus brings ‘Her Flag’ project to Nashville on Aug. 18

Marilyn Artus will bring the Her Flag project to War Memorial Auditorium on August 18 to culminate her commemoration of the 19th Amendment’s ratification.

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Nashville Opera commission to highlight Frankie Pierce and Diane Nash in civil and voting rights

“One Vote Won,” a new work commissioned by Nashville Opera will highlight the stories of suffragist Frankie Pierce and Civil Rights activist Diane Nash through the lens of the ongoing struggle for equal rights in voting.

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Kelli O’Hara, Jason Alexander featured in StudioTenn’s summer ‘talks’

Jason Alexander, Kelli O’Hara, and more performing arts luminaries are coming to Studio Tenn’s weekly talk show, “Studio Tenn Talks: Theater Conversations with Patrick Cassidy,” this summer.

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Q&A with Jack Roden, our 2020 Outstanding Lead Actor

You may have noticed that the 2020 Spotlight Awards looked a little different this year. There was no big celebration in TPAC’s Jackson Hall, but instead, […]

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Q&A with Lily Soto, our 2020 Outstanding Lead Actress

Q&A with Lily Soto who won 2020 Outstanding Lead Actress for her portrayal of Donna Sheridan in “Mamma Mia!”