Theatres >Nashville Childrens Theater
724 Second Ave S, Nashville, TN | Directions 3721036.153932 -86.770022
Neighborhoods: Academy Square
Wonderful for families! – Get your kids away from the TV and take them to Nashville Children's Theatre!!
My kids have loved every show they've seen, especially School House Rock and Seussical. They talk about it for days afterwords and walk around singing all the songs.
They also have great camps. My kids love going in the summer and look forward to it all year.
NCT has been around forever and they just recently did an awesome renovation, if you haven't seen it you should go!
Love it for field trips – I love the Children's Theater. I used to take first graders on field trips before staying at home with my baby. The actors interact with the audience. It has a medium sized auditorium where all seats have good views - though for smaller children, closer is better. The music is fabulous. Weekdays fill up with school groups, so be sure to call ahead if possible. I plan to take my own children when they are a bit older. Enjoy!
The nation's oldest professional theater for children. – In Short
Founded in 1931, Nashville Children's Theatre has two theaters--a 690-seat proscenium theater and a 200-seat "black box"--which host approximately 100,000 children per year. Under the direction of Scot Copeland, NCT is one of the city's Equity companies and retains many of the same actors throughout the year. In addition to works like "The Wind in the Willows" and the company's signature piece, "The Reluctant Dragon," NCT also takes on political and social pieces.
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