Performing Arts Deals in Nashville
If the same old cinematic drab playing in the Multiplex is starting to make you feel a little nutty, today's deal from the Tennessee Performing Arts Center can offer you a bit more variety: Pay $20 (regularly $40) to get admission for one to the 7:30 p.m. showing of "The Nutty Professor Musical" on July 24 or July 25, or to the 6:30 p.m. showing on July 29. Or, drop $25 (regularly $50) for admission to any other showing from July 26 through July 29. Based on the award-winning 1963 film, this snappy new musical is making its world premiere at the TPAC in downtown Nashville. Sink down into your blue-cushioned chair amid the polished wooden walls of the two-tiered James K. Polk Theater, which will explode into song, dance, and countless laughs as you watch the classic masterpiece of Jerry Lewis -- who returns as the show's director -- revamped and reimagined with the help of composer Marvin Hamlisch and lyricist Rupert Holmes. This highly anticipated musical opens exclusively in Nashville before moving on to Broadway -- and you can be among the first to enjoy it. Want more? Check out the Tennessee Performing Arts Center on Facebook.
The Nashville Opera is gearing up for an exciting 2012-2013 season -- and here's your chance to get in on the fun. Pay $19 to $38 (price varies based on date and section) for a ticket to several of this season's offerings, including "Madame Butterfly," "Cinderella," and "The Magic Flute."
All aboard for the saucy and splendid national Broadway tour of Anything Goes! Winner of three 2011 Tony Awards including Best Musical Revival and Choreography! The New York Times calls it "A Zesty new revival... knockout numbers and white-hot dancing" and The Record hails it as "As much fun as anything I've ever seen!"