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Porch – by Julie Shavers

This is an archived text version of the author’s work. View the full multimedia version of Porch Open on a screened in porch. People come and go. All but Grandpappy who is camped out on an old roll away bed that he never leaves. There’s blind dog next to him. Tab is fixing Daisy’s hair....

Tennessee Repertory Theater: Nashville’s Best Professional Theater

[rating:5] The Tennessee Repertory Theater is the leading professional theater in the area by putting together a balance of classics and contemporary plays and by serving as the best cultural resource, and contributing to the cultural, educational, economic and general welfare of Nashville, Middle Tennessee, and the State of Tennessee. Tennessee Repertory simply knows how...

Nothing is Sacred This Christmas!

Nashville, TN, November 27 – Improv Nashville presents “Priorities: A Christmas Sketch Comedy Show” two nights only, Saturdays, December 9th and December 16th at 8:00pm, at The 12th South Arts Center. We all admit the holidays are more commercial than ever, and Improv Nashville hopes to shed some light on America’s continuously narrowing preferences during...

Collards & Caviar Productions present “Having Our Say”

Punctuate Your Thanksgiving Holiday with a Collards & Caviar Productions presentation of “Having Our Say” a play by Emily Mann, adapted from the book by Sarah L. Delany and A. Elizabeth Delany with Amy Hill Hearth. Collards & Caviar, is Nashville’s newest and most unique theater company and they’re off to a terrific start. Their...

Experience Chinese Traditional Dance in Nashville

What happens when East meets West in the world of dance? Join an exciting opportunity to experience Chinese Traditional Dance presented by TPAC. Panelists will discuss how the arts reflect world cultures, specifically highlighting Chinese and Western dance traditions and their influences on each other. Jen-Jen Lin and additional dancers with the Chinese Arts Alliance...

Actor’s Bridge of Nashville Presents “How I Learned to Drive”

Actor’s Bridge of Nashville presents How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel, which will be their final and most exciting show of the season at the Darkhorse Theatre in Nashville. How I learned to Drive has been described by the New York Times as a “Superb comic drama… haunting… a lovely, harrowing guide to...