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First time at this facility and being from out of town I was nervous about the view from the accessible seats. We were located in row Y which is the very rear of the theater.
A seat was removed for my daughter's wheelchair and there...More
My first visit to TPAC did not disappoint!!! My husband splurged for my birthday this year and got me tickets to both Phantom and White Christmas. We saw the Phantom two weeks ago and are going to see White Christmas tomorrow. I can't wait!!!!! I...More
My first time to this venue & first time to Phantom of the Opera. Since I wasn’t sure about the seating I just chose mid price range so I wasn’t expecting great seats but to my surprise I would definitely purchase tickets at least in...More
My wife has always wanted to see the Broadway musical Phantom of the Opera. I purchased us orchestra seats for tonight’s performance. In a word, AMAZING!!!
The theater is in the heart of downtown Nashville and it’s a beautiful place to see a show. The...More
Not a great performance of the classic Phantom of the Opera. The Masquerade scene was missing the massive stairwell and fell flat. The office scenes were a jumbled mess of shou/singing with the performers trying to out do each other.
Save your money for a...More
Love the shows at the TPAC! I have been twice this year -- once to see "Love Never Dies" which was beautiful and incredible and i loved every minute! It was an awesome ending to a beautiful story and wonderfully done. The most recent was...More
I'm going to include some positive and some negative things we experienced at TPAC.
We were in the James K. Polk theatre inside TPAC on Friday night. Our seats were in the Grand Tier (upper section) in Row C.
The view from the seats was...More