The Lion King
Feb 3 - 27, 2021
The Band's Visit
Mar 2 - 7, 2021
Mar 27, 2021
Nashville Opera - Rigoletto
Apr 8 - 10, 2021
Apr 15, 2021
Winner of 6 Tony Awards
February 3 - 27, 2021
Still going strong after two incredible decades, this Tony Award-winning extravaganza will delight, enthrall and bring out your inner cub. Based on the 1994 Disney movie, The Lion King incorporates several changes and additions to the storyline as compared to the film, making for a whole new experience!
Winner of 10 Tony Awards
March 2 - 7, 2021
Having left Broadway spellbound, the exquisite, and ten-time Tony-winning musical from Itamar Moses and David Yazbeck is out on tour. A hit with critics and audiences alike, follow the fortunes of an Egyptian Police Band as they are stranded overnight in an isolated town in the Israeli desert due to a language mix up.
March 27, 2021
Author, producer, blogger, is there anything at Greg Gutfield can't do?! Now the TV personality is heading out on tour with some delightful conversation, question and answer sessions and tales of his time in the spotlight in tow. Don't miss your chance to see Gutfeld live on this exclusive tour.
April 8 - 10, 2021
A whirlwind of jealousy, vengeance and sacrifice, Verdi's cherished tragic opera Rigoletto has it all - a thrilling story and immediately recognisable music, including the stunning canzone La donna e mobile (Women abandon us). The action is brought forward into modern times during John Hoomes exciting new adaptation at the Nashville Opera, playing at TPAC's Andrew Jackson Hall for two performances only this spring.
April 15, 2021
Co-creator of 2 Broke Girls, podcast host and star of her own NBC show, the hilariously honest comedian Whitney Cummings is taking to the road in 2020 with brand new material on her How Dare You tour.Expect an evening of laughter as this candid comic lets you into her sarcastic world. With past targets including workplace politics, co-dependency, relationships and more, nothing is off-limits for Cummings.
505 Deaderick St, Nashville, TN 37219
Opened to the public in 1980, the TPAC is a non-profit facility that plays a central role in the city's cultural life. It's comprised of three separate performance venues, that provide both intimate and grand spaces for events, hosting everything from experimental theater works to the big touring Broadway shows. The building is home to Nashville Ballet, Nashville Opera and the Tennessee Rep.
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