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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.
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.
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.
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.
“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.
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.
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, […]
Q&A with Lily Soto who won 2020 Outstanding Lead Actress for her portrayal of Donna Sheridan in “Mamma Mia!”
Mental Health America of the MidSouth named Nashville Rep their “Collaborative Nonprofit Partner of the Year” at MHA’s annual meeting and awards ceremony! The ceremony took […]
Lily Soto of Hume-Fogg Academic High School and Jack Roden of Chattanooga Christian Academy received Outstanding Lead Actress and Outstanding Lead Actor honors while Hillsboro High School won for Outstanding Musical,
A new musical written and produced by teenagers during Nashville’s safer-at-home order, will stream on The Theater Bug website on June 12 at 7 p.m.
After two weeks of online voting and more than 2,300 votes cast, Nashville has chosen a design by Milka Negasi, a rising senior at Hume-Fogg Academic […]
Jana Harper’s timely and unique “This Holding: Traces of Contact,” premieres May 29 at 8 p.m. across OZ Arts’ website and social platforms.
Leave it to Nashville Shakespeare Festival to turn a cheesy Tom Cruise film into an Elizabethan comedy to perform virtually during a global pandemic.
“We Count: First-Time Voters” is an online exhibition of five local artists now live at FristArtMuseum.org/WeCount.
A free, downloadable collection of recipes from local restaurants and chefs is proving Nashville’s culinary scene is more than hot chicken and biscuits.
On Tuesday, May 12, TPAC announced the nominees for the 2019-2020 Spotlight Awards. Awardees will be announced June 13.
Nashville Ballet will present a free version of “Emergence” May 15–17 on its YouTube channel.
Orchestra musician performances, conductor lectures, demonstrations, teaching tools, at-home activities and more.
Teaching the arts to non-traditional students in non-traditional ways.