Great news! The Rymer Gallery and Tennessee Repertory Theatre have partnered together to offer an unforgettable opportunity! They are offering a special package, which will give guests tickets to see Tennessee Repertory Theatre’s latest show Red at TPAC and then have cocktails, coffee, and dessert with the cast at The Rymer Gallery immediately following the performance. This special package costs $50 and is ONLY available for the Thursday February 20 showing of Red. Better buy those tickets now. A deal this good will not last long, we can promise you that!
You know that moment when you are watching a great film or theatrical performances and you have to say “Ah-ha!” That’s what Tennessee Repertory Theatre tries to accomplish in each show they perform. The Tennessee Rep is responsible for some of the highest quality professional productions Nashville has to offer. This place is committed to consistently delivering thought-provoking theatre each year. By the way, you HAVE to see their latest show Red. Winner of the 2010 Tony Award for Best Play, Red paints the vivid picture of master abstract expressionist Mark Rothko who has just landed the biggest commission in the history of modern art, a series of murals for New York’s famed Four Season Restaurant. You can see the show from February 15-March 1 at TPAC. This is one that you won’t want to miss!
CHRISTMAS EVE! We have the perfect movie at the perfect location to celebrate before the big day! “It’s a Wonderful Life” will be playing TONIGHT December 24, at the historic Belcourt Theatre. The Belcourt Theatre is a Nashville treasure aimed to engage, enrich and educate through innovative film programming in their historic theatre. Now is your chance to watch George Bailey realize the beauty in his own life, as his guardian angel Clarence shows him what life would be like if he was never born. A truly amazing movie, in an amazing place! Below is a list of show times. Enjoy!
Tuesday December 24
Nashville is not only about music. If you are looking for a unique entertainment experience then check out The Belcourt Theatre in Hillsboro Village. As noted by the theatre, they have proven themselves to be “a cultural anchor for the diverse Nashville community.”
The Belcourt is on of the last neighborhood theatres and offers a variety of independent, local, and classical films. They also feature plays, lectures, and other community events.
The concession stand is part of the experience of the Belcourt. They have your traditional offerings such as candy, popcorn, and Cokes. What makes it stand out is they also offer beer (a rotating selection of Yazoo), wine, liquor, and even pizza.
Make sure to go to their website as the entertainment list is extensive.
http://www.belcourt.org : 2102 Belcourt Avenue : Nashville, TN 37212