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Melissa Bedinger Hade, Vali Forrister, Denice Hicks and Trish Crist Photo

Melissa Bedinger Hade, Vali Forrister, Denice Hicks and Trish Crist

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Denice Hicks, Pam Atha and Brooke Bryant Photo

Denice Hicks, Pam Atha and Brooke Bryant

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Shannon McMinn Hoppe, Denice Hicks and Lauren Atkins

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BWW Review: After Two-Year Covid Delay, Nashville Rep's MARY POPPINS Finally Flies In Photo BWW Review: After Two-Year Covid Delay, Nashville Rep's MARY POPPINS Finally Flies Into Polk Theatre
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 1, 2022

After more than two years since its original opening night was set in 2020, Nashville Repertory Theatre’s eagerly anticipated production of Disney’s Mary Poppins – the stage musicalization of P.L. Travers’ tales of the acerbic British nanny and her oft-misbehaving charges – has finally landed on the stage of the James K. Polk Theatre at Tennessee Performing Arts Center.

The Williamson County Performing Arts Center To Present Nashville Irish Step Dancers  Photo The Williamson County Performing Arts Center To Present Nashville Irish Step Dancers And More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 18, 2022

The Williamson County Performing Arts Center (WCPAC) at Academy Park and the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) have announced upcoming events for March and April 2022.

Pipeline-Collective Presents 12-Hour Theatrical Event - OUTSIDE OF HERE - Saturday, O Photo Pipeline-Collective Presents 12-Hour Theatrical Event - OUTSIDE OF HERE - Saturday, October 2
by Jeffrey Ellis - Sep 28, 2021

The result is Outside of Here – a work that has evolved from conversations among Lee, Sternberg, Melinda Sewak and Claudia Barnett – which will premiere this Saturday, October 2, on NECAT, Nashville’s Education, Community and Arts Television Network. For 12 hours, one performer (Sternberg plays “Her”) will experience one story dozens of times with more than 30 different actors, who comprise a veritable who’s who of Nashville’s theater community.

Getting to Know...Studio Tenn Artistic Director PATRICK CASSIDY Photo Getting to Know...Studio Tenn Artistic Director PATRICK CASSIDY
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 22, 2021

Though hard to believe it may be, Studio Tenn artistic director Patrick Cassidy and his wife Melissa Hurley Cassidy have been Tennesseans for well over a year now – he took the reins at Studio Tenn, the Franklin-based professional theater company that has gained critical acclaim and national notoriety during its existence for its unique blend of musicals and original plays – but only now, as theater re-emerges from the dark days of a pandemic-related shutdown, have we managed to get the peripatetic Mr. Cassidy to take time out from his hectic schedule to answer our questions and give BroadwayWorld readers a chance to get to know him better.

Nashville Shakes and Kennie Playhouse Theatre to Present JITNEY & 12th NIGHT This Aug Photo Nashville Shakes and Kennie Playhouse Theatre to Present JITNEY & 12th NIGHT This August
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2021

Nashville Shakespeare Festival is joining forces with Kennie Playhouse Theatre, a company that has focused on producing the works of Black playwrights and hiring Black artists for the past 15 years. Summer Shakespeare 2021 will include KPT's production of August Wilson's JITNEY alongside NSF's production of Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT.

Nashville Shakespeare Festival & Winter Shakespeare 2021 Canceled Photo Nashville Shakespeare Festival & Winter Shakespeare 2021 Canceled
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 16, 2020

a?oeNow is the winter of our discontent made silent summer by this darned pandemic.a??

BWW Review: Nashville Children's Theatre's World Premiere of RETURN TO SENDER Hits Cl Photo BWW Review: Nashville Children's Theatre's World Premiere of RETURN TO SENDER Hits Close to Home in These Troubled Times
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 17, 2019

As the lights came up in Nashville Children's Theatre's Ann Stahlman Hill Theatre at the conclusion of Return to Sender a?" the world premiere production of Marisela Trevino Orta's adaptation of Julia Alvarez's novel of the same name, now onstage at NCT through October 27 a?" the familiar a?oedinga?? of an alert emanated from my iPhone: A judge had ruled against a Trump administration initiative to refuse entry to immigrants who might find themselves dependent upon public assistance while they pursue their own version of the American dream.

Music City Confidential: Where Nashville Theater Stands Now Photo Music City Confidential: Where Nashville Theater Stands Now
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jul 21, 2019

Nashville theater has always been progressive. There have always been people and companies focused on the cutting edge, delivering productions that challenge and compel their audiences to think and to consider where they are now and where they will go in the future, and there is no question that such forward-thinking creative types will continue to wield influence in the theater community for as long as theater is to be created here, there and everywhere.

Where Are They Now? It's Opening Night in Dallas for EMILY FAITH and Lily & Joan Thea Photo Where Are They Now? It's Opening Night in Dallas for EMILY FAITH and Lily & Joan Theater Company
by Jeffrey Ellis - Mar 26, 2019

Celebrating an opening night is always exciting, if exhausting, nerve-wracking and exhilarating, but when it's the very first production of a new theater company you've co-founded, odds are it's even more so. Just ask Emily Faith who is directing the premiere production of A Midsummer Night's Dream for the Dallas-based Lily & Joan theater company she co-founded in 2018 with Erika Larsen.

Photo Coverage: Midwinter's First Night 2019 at The Larry Keeton Theatre in Nashville Photo Photo Coverage: Midwinter's First Night 2019 at The Larry Keeton Theatre in Nashville
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jan 18, 2019

Actors Bridge Ensemble's acclaimed production of Sarah DeLappe's The Wolves and Cumberland County Playhouse's rendition of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler's Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street were named as the top shows of the year during Midwinter's First Night, the annual tribute to theater in Tennessee, held at Nashville's The Larry Keeton Theatre last Sunday night, January 13. Photographer Rae Lynn Whetzel-Stickney captured many of the night's biggest moments with her camera, which are shared on BroadwayWorld Nashville today.

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STAGE TUBE: First Night Nashville promo released
by Jeffrey Ellis - Aug 18, 2011

First Night: The Honors Gala is set for Sunday, September 4, at the Troutt Theatre at Belmont University, which kicks off at 5:30 p.m. with the Red Carpet Event, hosted by Jennifer Richmond and Trey Palmer, with fashion commentary by Cary Street, Joshua Waldrep and Lisa Garner Harrison. Impresario Johnny Delarocco (aka John Pyka) will produce a special Red Carpet performance by his company just for First Night.

STAGE TUBE: Blackbird gives a second peek at ARCADIA
by Jeffrey Ellis - Feb 9, 2011

Nashville's Blackbird Theater Company offers a second sneak-peek at its upcoming production of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia, featuring David Compton and Denice Hicks. Directed by Ted Swindley, this second production of Blackbird's inaugural season also features Amanda Card-McCoy, Jeff Boyet, Wes Driver, Britt Byrd and Scott Rice. Arcadia plays the Shamblin Theatre at David Lipscomb University February 25-March 12. For further information about Blackbird, visit the company website at www.blackbirdnashville.com.

STAGE TUBE: Boyet explains 'carnal embrace' to McCoy in trailer for Blackbird Theater's ARCADIA
by Jeffrey Ellis - Feb 4, 2011

Playwright/director Ted Swindley helms a much-anticipated production of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia, presented by Blackbird Theater at Nashville's David Lipscomb University's Shamblin Theatre February 25-March 12. Swindley's cast includes Denice Hicks, Amanda Card-McCoy, David Compton, Jeff Boyet, Wes Driver, Britt Byrd, Scott Rice and Brad Forrister. Curtain is at 7 p.m. for all performances.