One of the greatest works of American theatre, A Streetcar Named Desire brings southern belle Blanche DuBois to New Orleans to reunite with her sister, Stella, and to escape her past. Her sophisticated exterior crumbles as she intertwines with Stellas simple life and her fierce and unpredictable husband, Stanley. See the classic that won Tennessee Williams his Pulitzer Prize in TPACs James K. Polk Theater, on the same stage where Nashville Repertory Theatre made its debut with Williams The Glass Menagerie 35 years ago.
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Page 73 Announces Finalists for 2021 Playwriting Fellowship, Awards Each a $1,000 Honorarium
December 16, 2020
Page 73 has announced Bleu Beckford-Burrell, Marvin González De León, Jessica Huang, April Ranger, and Haygen-Brice Walker as finalists for the Page 73 Playwriting Fellowship. Page 73 is, for the first time in the award’s history, providing an honorarium of $1,000 for all finalists.
Page 73 Announces Semi-Finalists for 2021 Playwriting Fellowship
October 29, 2020
Page 73 has announced 13 semi-finalists for the Page 73 Playwriting Fellowship. Page 73 has selected Bleu Beckford-Burrell, Lyndsey Bourne, Steph Del Rosso, Jahna Ferron-Smith, Marvin González De León, Dylan Guerra, Majkin Holmquist, Emma Horwitz, Jessica Huang, Roger Q. Mason, April Ranger, Andrew Siañez-De La O, and Haygen-Brice Walker.
BREAKING NEWS: Rene Copeland Steps Down as Artistic Director of Nashville Repertory Theatre
May 23, 2019
After 15 years with the company, Rene Copeland, longtime artistic director for Nashville Repertory Theatre, is stepping down from her position with the organization, according to details included in a joint statement from the company's board of directors and Copeland, herself.
Nashville Rep Reveals 35th Anniversary Season, Leading Off With URINETOWN THE MUSICAL
April 19, 2019
On the heels of a year that BroadwayWorld.com called 'their best season ever,' Nashville Repertory Theatre will kick off the celebration of its 35th season with a slate of shows designed to appeal to the most discerning of audiences. Nashville Rep artistic director Rene D. Copeland announced the slate last week during a cocktail party at Cabana restaurant in Hillsboro Village, much to the delight - and applause - of those gathered for the big reveal.