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Tennessee Repertory Theatre

Tennessee Repertory Theatre

Andrew Johnson Theater, Tennessee Performing Arts Center
161 Rains Avenue

Founded in 1985, the Tennessee Repertory Theatre seeks to present high-quality productions for a broad range of audiences in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. The company’s mission has expanded to include the development and creation of new works, with an emphasis on musicals. In 1999, a second-stage production series was established as an adjunct to the theater’s main stage shows, with the goal of exploring more innovative and challenging fare. Under the leadership of Nashville actor, writer, and director David Alford since the 2005-2006 season, Tennessee Rep has recently programmed such diverse works as The Crucible, Oleanna, I Hate Hamlet, and Pump Boys and Dinettes.

Tennessee Repertory Theatre Information

  • Public Transportation: Venue is accessible by many Nashville public bus routes.
  • Handicapped Accessibility: Good
  • Performances/Programs: Approximately 6-8 productions per season.
  • Admission: Varies ($42.50-55) depending on performance, date, and seating choice.
  • Group Rates: are available.
  • Subscriptions: are available.