Nashville Scene’s Martin Brady: “Nashville’s ever-maturing theater landscape is studded these days with capable artists hitting their ambitious stride with challenging scripts. None more so than Blackbird Theater, which last weekend opened an epic production of ‘Amadeus’.” Read the full review.
The Tennessean’s Amy Stumpfl says, “Marked by exceptional performances and a fabulous design, Blackbird’s staging delivers dramatic delight that is simultaneously intimate and immense.” Read the review.
Arts organizations partner to bring Mozart’s legendary music and story to Nashville More than two centuries after his death, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart remains one of the world’s most celebrated – and enigmatic – figures, famed for his brilliant classical compositions as well as for his turbulent and tragic life. This spring, his story and musical […]
Blackbird Theater drew three top honors Sunday at the Midwinter’s First Night Awards. The First Night Honors – the local theater industry association – annually recognizes the best of Nashville-based stage productions and performers. First Night founder and executive producer Jeffrey Ellis presented Blackbird with the award for Outstanding Theatre Company of 2012. Blackbird also received […]
Red opens in Shamblin Theatre at Lipscomb University on October 4, and we can’t wait for you to experience this electrifying show! The winner of the 2010 Tony for Best Play, Red is about art, immortality, and the battle of wills between celebrated artist Mark Rothko and his new assistant (and future rival?) Ken. RONNIE […]
Blackbird Theater is pleased to announce casting for their 2012/2013 season. The casts include some of Nashville’s best known talent, as well as some new faces poised to leave lasting impressions on audiences. Red by John Logan Mark Rothko Ronnie Meek Ken Justin Boccitto Amadeus by Peter Shaffer Antonio Salieri Brian Webb Russell […]