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The Nashville Predators and Bridgestone Arena announced today the launch of the Tennessee Venue Pledge, which aims to unite entertainment producers and assembly places of all […]
This year has been tough. Tougher than we could have ever imagined, especially after kicking it off with an incredible three week run of Hamilton. We […]
In recognition of the community support received since closing its theaters earlier this year, TPAC will present a world premiere virtual event of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol as a free, virtual presentation for the holidays.
Encore, a new and only national consumer lifestyle magazine focused solely on celebrating the American theatre, will debut its 84-page inaugural issue in January 2021.
Nashville Ballet will open its 2020-21 performance season with a virtual production of Community November 20-22! Celebrating the spirit of the city, Nashville Ballet’s mixed repertory […]
Nashville Repertory Theatre, one of three resident companies to make Tennessee Performing Arts Center its performance home, has canceled its 2020-2021 MainStage season due to the […]
Actor Mark Cabus has performed his adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol for more than two decades and to tens of thousands of students both at TPAC and in schools across Middle Tennessee.
Yoop, an entertainment company empowering fans and creators through live events, is bringing its innovative eConcert experience to Nashville, selecting TPAC for its first U.S. expansion.
We check in with Allison Bencar to discuss how she’s staying busy and why it’s important to keep the arts alive during this time.
Delta Dental’s gift allows TPAC to solicit individual and corporate donations through a Double Down Gift Challenge in which Delta Dental will give $2 for every $1 donated up to $50,000 during the month.
TPAC and PNC Bank present “Live from the West Side: Women of Broadway” series, featuring virtual concerts from Patti LuPone, Laura Benanti and Vanessa Williams.
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.
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.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
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.
More than 30 arts organizations are joining a larger, nonpartisan VoteEarlyTN campaign to promote early voting leading up to the November election.
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.