The Prom

The Prom

After more than a year of canceled performances due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the curtain is finally rising again at Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC)! TPAC announced today a return to live performances with an impressive new season of Broadway shows. The 2021-22 HCA Healthcare/TriStar Health Broadway at TPAC season will kick off on October 19 with the Nashville premiere of The Band’s Visit, the critically acclaimed hit musical that nabbed 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, in 2018. Of the 10-show season, which will run through July 2022, seven shows will make their Nashville debut, including Mean Girls, Come From Away and The Prom. May We All, the new country-inspired musical from Florida Georgia Line’s Bryan Kelley, will make its world debut at TPAC on June 7, 2022.

Disney's The Lion King

Disney's The Lion King

As part of the season, TPAC will welcome back The Lion King for a three-week run in January 2022 and Dear Evan Hansen in March. Rounding out the season will be What the Constitution Means to Me, Oklahoma! and Summer: The Donna Summer Musical. Season tickets are available now at tpac.org. See the full schedule below.

"All of us at TPAC are grateful for the tremendous support the organization has received from our loyal season ticket holders, patrons and arts lovers across Tennessee during this unprecedented intermission,” says TPAC President and CEO Jennifer Turner. “Thanks to this vibrant arts community that TPAC calls home, we were able to provide innovative virtual programming during the pandemic and prepare for the safe return to the joy and healing power of live theater. We can’t wait to bring people together again and raise the curtain on a spectacular new Broadway season.”

Mean Girls

Mean Girls

2021-22 Season

The Band’s Visit (October 19-24, 2021)

The Lion King (January 6-23, 2022)

Mean Girls (February 8-13, 2022)

The Prom (February 22-27, 2022)

Dear Evan Hansen (March 2-6, 2022)

Summer: The Donna Summer Musical (March 22-27, 2022)

What the Constitution Means to Me (March 29-April 3, 2022)

Come From Away (April 19-24, 2022)

Oklahoma! (May 3-8, 2022)

May We All (June 7-July 17, 2022)