Pricing may increase due to demand.
Late Seating Policy: Late arrivals will be seated at the rear of the theater to avoid disturbing the performance. Please note that this performance is 90 minutes with no intermission.
Age Recommendation: Middle school and up; families bringing children are encouraged to have conversations about the Holocaust in preparation for the performance.
Run Time: 90 minutes with no intermission
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Attitude: Light / The Holocaust and Humanity Project will be at James K. Polk Theater in Nashville, TN
Pushing the boundaries of Nashville Ballet’s acclaimed Attitude series, Light / The Holocaust and Humanity Project offers a groundbreaking exploration of devastating loss, resiliency and, ultimately, the triumph of the human spirit. Following Holocaust survivor Naomi Warren's story as told through music and dance, Light offers a unique opportunity that only art can—to feel, better understand and reflect upon a piece of history that defies comprehension. The ballet illuminates the past to promote compassion, understanding and hope to issues relevant in today's society.
JOIN THE CONVERSATION
Stay after the performance for a talkback with Ballet Austin Artistic Director/Choreographer Stephen Mills, Nashville Ballet Artistic Director & CEO Paul Vasterling and Tennessee Human Rights Commission Executive Director Beverly Watts.
Tennessee Holocaust Commission
Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park
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