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BroadwayWorld Nashville Holiday Madness Awards Update 12/20 - Britt Hancock Leads!
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 20, 2013

Voting is now underway for Nashville! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.

BroadwayWorld Nashville Awards Update 12/14 - Britt Hancock Winning!
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 14, 2013

Voting is now underway for Nashville! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.

BroadwayWorld Nashville Awards Update 12/6 - Scott Shaw in Lead!
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 6, 2013

Voting is now underway for Nashville! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.

BroadwayWorld Nashville Awards Update 12/6 - Scott Shaw in Lead!
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 6, 2013

Voting is now underway for Nashville! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.

Post-Turkey BroadwayWorld Nashville Awards Update 11/29 - Scott Shaw Leads!
by Christina Mancuso - Nov 29, 2013

Voting is now underway for Nashville! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.

BroadwayWorld Nashville Awards Update 11/23 - Steel Magnolias in Early Lead!
by Christina Mancuso - Nov 23, 2013

Voting is now underway for Nashville! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.

BWW Reviews: THE KING & I Shines at Cumberland County Playhouse
by Cara Richardson - Jul 7, 2013

Cumberland County Playhouse has a gem on their hands with their latest production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's The King & I. With direction by CCP newcomer, Amy London, audiences receive a fresh look at a classic production. Set in the 1860s in the Asian country of Siam, The King & I is a story of unconventional love, acceptance, and the way that vast cultural differences can divide and bring together two people.

'Homegrown' Nelson and Chadwell Share Their Experience With Students at CCP
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 27, 2012

Musical Theater and dance join hands again this year at Crossville's Cumberland County Playhouse as CCP dancer/performers Leila Nelson and Aven Chadwell lead the performance education initiative for the theater's education department.

OKLAHOMA! Opens 6/17 for Summer Run at Cumberland County Playhouse
by BWW News Desk - Sep 3, 2011

Nathaniel Hackmann and Britt Hancock, both skilled veterans of national theater tours, join some exceedingly talented Tennesseans - Nicole Bégué Hackmann, Jason Ross, Daniel Black and Leila Nelson - in Cumberland County Playhouse's summer musical Oklahoma!, running June 17-September 3 at the venerable Crossville venue.

Nicole and Nate Hackmann's Farewell Concert Tops August Offerings at CCP
by BWW News Desk - Aug 20, 2011

On Friday, August 12, Nicole Begue Hackmann and Nathaniel Hackmann bring their amazing vocal prowess to the stage with Songs of Faith & Freedom, followed a week later by a concert on August 19 by the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra. On Sunday, August 21, Artists of the Cumberland (featuring Mike Stone and The Dark Side Band, Melissa Ellis, D.J. Garrison, Regina Stevens, Marley Wyatt, and Steve Boyce) will take the stage.

BWW Reviews: Cumberland County Playhouse's CHICAGO Heats up Summer
by Jeffrey Ellis - Aug 5, 2011

Make no mistake about it: The leading men (aka Britt Hancock and Daniel W. Black) in Cumberland County Playhouse's production of the Kander and Ebb musical Chicago very nearly steal the show right out from under their leading ladies. In fact, it is safe to say that Hancock and Black deliver two of the best portrayals of their characters (Hancock is Billy Flynn, Black is Amos Hart) in the history of theater - or the world, for that matter.

Nicole and Nate Hackmann's Farewell Concert Tops August Offerings at CCP
by Jeffrey Ellis - Aug 4, 2011

On Friday, August 12, Nicole Begue Hackmann and Nathaniel Hackmann bring their amazing vocal prowess to the stage with Songs of Faith & Freedom, followed a week later by a concert on August 19 by the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra. On Sunday, August 21, Artists of the Cumberland (featuring Mike Stone and The Dark Side Band, Melissa Ellis, D.J. Garrison, Regina Stevens, Marley Wyatt, and Steve Boyce) will take the stage.

BWW Reviews: OKLAHOMA! at Cumberland County Playhouse
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jul 4, 2011

Could there possibly be a showtune more rousing than the eponymous 'Oklahoma!' from Rodgers and Hammerstein's historic musical - or an opening number more iconic or more easily identifiable than 'Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'? With lyrics and melodies so memorable that you're likely to find yourself singing along (perhaps even before you realize it!) anytime you hear them played, they are among the best-known songs in American musical theater.

OKLAHOMA! Opens 6/17 for Summer Run at Cumberland County Playhouse
by BWW News Desk - Jun 16, 2011

Nathaniel Hackmann and Britt Hancock, both skilled veterans of national theater tours, join some exceedingly talented Tennesseans - Nicole Bégué Hackmann, Jason Ross, Daniel Black and Leila Nelson - in Cumberland County Playhouse's summer musical Oklahoma!, running June 17-September 3 at the venerable Crossville venue.

STAGE TUBE: Nicole & Nate Hackmann in Oklahoma! at Cumberland County Playhouse
by BWW News Desk - Jun 16, 2011

Nicole Begue Hackmann and her husband, Nathaniel Hackmann, are paired as Laurey and Curly in Cumberland County Playhouse's production of Oklahoma! opening Friday, June 17, in Crossville. In this teaser from the show, the Hackmanns sing 'Surrey With the Fringe On Top' from the timeless score.

STAGE TUBE: Nicole & Nate Hackmann in Oklahoma! at Cumberland County Playhouse
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 15, 2011

Nicole Begue Hackmann and her husband, Nathaniel Hackmann, are paired as Laurey and Curly in Cumberland County Playhouse's production of Oklahoma! opening Friday, June 17, in Crossville. In this teaser from the show, the Hackmanns sing 'Surrey With the Fringe On Top' from the timeless score.

OKLAHOMA! Opens 6/17 for Summer Run at Cumberland County Playhouse
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 8, 2011

Nathaniel Hackmann and Britt Hancock, both skilled veterans of national theater tours, join some exceedingly talented Tennesseans - Nicole Bégué Hackmann, Jason Ross, Daniel Black and Leila Nelson - in Cumberland County Playhouse's summer musical Oklahoma!, running June 17-September 3 at the venerable Crossville venue.

Photo Coverage: First Night: The Tony Concert
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 8, 2011

Tennessee's best and brightest stage stars took to the stage at Franklin's Boiler Room Theatre Monday night, June 6, for First Night: The Tony Concert, to kick-off the 2011 First Night season in Nashville. Performing songs from Tony Award-winning musicals, the concert featured performers from throughout Tennessee - from Nashville to Crossville to Clarksville.

Nashville celebrates the Tonys at FIRST NIGHT: THE TONY CONCERT 6/6
by BWW News Desk - Jun 6, 2011

Tennessee's best and brightest theatrical stars will take to the stage of the Boiler Room Theatre -to celebrate The Tony Awards during First Night: The Tony Concert, presented by Keeping Scores Concerts on Monday, June 6 - and to perform an evening of songs from Broadway musicals that have won the Tony Award for best musical.

BWW Reviews: MY FAIR LADY at Crossville's Cumberland County Playhouse
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 21, 2011

Nicole Begue Hackman is so perfectly cast as Eliza Doolittle in Lerner and Loewe classic My Fair Lady at Cumberland County Playhouse that all those other characters that people the musical may seem superfluous, despite the splendid performances of the rest of the cast. Oh, certainly, their characters aren't really extraneous, but Hackman's portrayal of the Cockney flower girl is so spot-on, so multi-dimensional and delightful - and she sings the role so exquisitely - that you may just find yourself aching to attend the races at Ascot or to hear your favorite opera Aida at Covent Garden when you are transported by onstage magic to 1912 England.

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