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Nashville Repertory Theatre announces 37th season schedule

Kelleigh Michanichou

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NASHVILLE, TN — Nashville Repertory Theater has announced the schedule for their upcoming 2021-2021 live theatre season.

The released schedule is as follows:

Ragtime

Nov. 11-14, 2021

TPAC’s Polk Theater

The show presents the epic musical tapestry of how the stories of three families intertwine in New York City. A wealthy white couple, a Jewish immigrant father and his motherless daughter and a Black ragtime musician each pursue their own version of the American Dream at the turn of the 20th century.

A Christmas Story

December 2-19, 2021

TPAC’s Johnson Theatre

It tells the story of Ralphie, who has an active imagination and one wish for Christmas, a Red Ryder BB Gun. Named “Best Family Holiday Tradition” by the Nashville Scene, A Christmas Story brings the holiday spirit with sparkling joy and nostalgia.

School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play

February 10-20, 2022

TPAC’s Johnson Theatre

The performance showcases a teen comedy that spotlights the universal similarities and spiking differences of teenage girls across the universe.

Mary Poppins

April 28-May 8, 2022

TPAC’s Polk Theatre

Known as one of the notable musical works of Walt Disney, Mary Poppins tells about her adventure with the Banks’ family, specifically young Jane and Michael. Using her magic and handful of help from the London characters, she brings them the exciting journey, discipline, and affection they crave.

Tickets are available to purchase in various packages.

Premium Season Tickets enable the ticket holder to reserve the same seats for each theater. Rush Tickets can be purchased 90 minutes before each performance, in person at TPAC’s Box Office.

To find out more about the ticket packages, visit https://nashvillerep.org/tickets/.

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