Cillea Houghton

Cillea Houghton Originally from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Cillea is a freelance writer currently based in Nashville, Tennessee. Being in the country music capital of the world, she writes daily news and artist profiles for Taste of Country, in addition to covering other aspects of the Nashville scene for a variety of publications. Her love of musical theatre, particularly "Phantom of the Opera," inspired her to write for BroadwayWorld.


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BWW Review: Nashville Ballet's ATTITUDE Offers Elegance and Intrigue at TPACBWW Review: Nashville Ballet's ATTITUDE at TPAC
Posted: Feb. 10, 2017


BWW Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC Delights at Tennessee Performing Arts CenterBWW Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC at TPAC
Posted: Feb. 15, 2017


BWW Review: THE FINAL DAYS OF WOLFE TONE Strikes a Powerful Chord at Tennessee Performing Arts CenterBWW Review: THE FINAL DAYS OF WOLFE TONE Strikes a Powerful Chord
Posted: Mar. 15, 2017


BWW Review: MY FAIR LADY Captures Charm, Humor at The Larry Keeton TheatreBWW Review: MY FAIR LADY at The Larry Keeton Theatre
Posted: Feb. 20, 2017


BWW Review: THE FINAL DAYS OF WOLFE TONE Strikes a Powerful Chord at Tennessee Performing Arts CenterBWW Review: THE FINAL DAYS OF WOLFE TONE Strikes a Powerful Chord at Tennessee Performing Arts Center
March 15, 2017

When reading the description of THE FINAL DAYS OF WOLFE TONE, you wouldn't expect it to be a comedy. And while it technically doesn't fall into thatcategory, it's clear within the first few minutes of the show that humor is a common thread weaved throughout the production thatmade its mark on a captivated crowd at TPAC's Andrew Johnson Theatre on Mon., March 13.

BWW Feature: THE FINAL DAYS OF WOLFE TONE Brings Passion and Rebellion to Tennessee Performing Arts CenterBWW Feature: THE FINAL DAYS OF WOLFE TONE Brings Passion and Rebellion to Tennessee Performing Arts Center
March 10, 2017

THE FINAL DAYS OF WOLFE TONE by playwright Peter Danish tells story of a man who led the Irish rebellion against the British in 1798 and is one not just of historical documentation, but holds modern day relevance as well.

BWW Review: MY FAIR LADY Captures Charm, Humor at The Larry Keeton TheatreBWW Review: MY FAIR LADY Captures Charm, Humor at The Larry Keeton Theatre
February 20, 2017

If there was ever a local production of MY FAIR LADY that was sure to offer a treat to the Nashville theater scene, the current installment of the play at the Larry Keeton Theatre would be the one.

BWW Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC Delights at Tennessee Performing Arts CenterBWW Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC Delights at Tennessee Performing Arts Center
February 15, 2017

It's not often that adaptions of beloved classics can do justice to the original, but that is precisely what the latest installment of THE SOUND OF MUSIC, directed by Jack O'Brien, has accomplished. The current U.S. tour made a stop at TPAC's Andrew Jackson Hall on Tues., Feb. 14 for the opening night in Nashville - and it did not disappoint.

BWW Review: Nashville Ballet's ATTITUDE Offers Elegance and Intrigue at TPACBWW Review: Nashville Ballet's ATTITUDE Offers Elegance and Intrigue at TPAC
February 10, 2017

The Nashville Ballet's 2017 production of ATTITUDE brought a host of grace, edge and even a bit of history to TPAC's James K. Polk Theatre on Thurs., Feb. 9.

BWW Review: A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER Thrills - and Kills - at Tennessee Performing Arts CenterBWW Review: A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER Thrills - and Kills - at Tennessee Performing Arts Center
January 30, 2017

A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER has been delighting audiences everywhere since its award-winning debut in 2012. Nashville got to experience that joy when it made its debut at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center's Andrew Jackson Hall opening night on Tues., Jan. 24. The show is nothing short of a spectacle, providing equal parts comedy with dark wit and standout performances to match.