The forecast promises a weekend of rain, all the way through Labor Day, so why not dodge the drops by ducking into one of these amazing local shows? Each is a unique experience not to be missed, featuring Nashville’s brightest stars.
The Nashville Shakespeare Festival’s annual Shakespeare in the Park this year is “Much Ado About Nothing,” an original musical adaptation dedicated to U.S. service men and women. The show runs Thursday through Sunday at the Centennial Park Bandshell, with pre-show entertainment starting at 6:30 pm. There is a requested $10 donation, and local vendors will supply food and drink. There is a special Labor Day show Monday.
“Steel Magnolias” at The Boiler Room
8/30 - 9/2
“Concerned with a group of gossipy southern ladies in a small-town beauty parlor, ‘Steel Magnolias’ is alternately hilarious and touching, and in the end, deeply revealing of the strength and purposefulness which underlies the antic banter of its characters.”
"The 5th Annual Gimme Awards" at Miss Jeanne’s Dinner Theatre
“‘The Gimme Awards’ features outrageous ‘stars’ who will delight you with popular songs, have you rolling with laughter, and maybe even joining the fun onstage. At the end of the ceremony, YOU get to vote for the winner of the coveted Gimme. But you'd better watch out: there will be mystery which YOU have to help solve!”
Remember- always make reservations!
Most theatres allow patrons to make reservations online (links included for you convenience) or by phone.