🎶Who lives in a pineapple and is now at TPAC? Sponge-Bob-Square-Pants!🎶. That’s right! SpongeBob and the rest of the Bikini Bottom crew hit Nashville last night at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. The Broadway award-winning musical opened to a crowded theater full of those young and young at heart.
“I wish everything was different. I wish that I were a part of something.” At one time or another, we have all felt this. Some of us feel it more often or for a longer period of time. Others feel it all the time. One thing is for sure, Dear Evan Hansen brings those feelings to the surface.
Raw, profound, unsullied: This is just how Jay Farrell likes his emotions. These are also just some of the words you might use to describe the Tennessee-based photographer’s latest book “Abandoned Nashville: Dark Corners of Music City.”
Winner of six 2017 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and the 2018 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, Dear Evan Hansen makes its Nashville debut with a one-week engagement Sept.10-15 at Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s Jackson Hall.
The epic “Miss Saigon”, showing at TPAC through June 9, vividly and historically takes you back in time. Every detail about the production mesmerizes as it captures the essence of Saigon in the 1970s and the atrocities people faced.
Birthday by Meredith Russo draws you in and you don’t want to put the book down. Being part of the LGBT+ community myself, I could understand the fear, anger, grief, sadness and happiness that envelops the main characters, Eric, and even more so, Morgan.
Nashville’s Pansexual East Side Queen, Elisabeth Beckwitt expresses that rush of euphoria one feels before opening Pandora’s box. “Free Fall” is about taking a chance on something new, even if it means the world will end.