Singing Tortoise ballet produced in Nashville
From 16 February 2013 To 16 February 2013Address
TPAC, 505 Deaderick Street, Nashville, TN 37219
The Singing Tortoise is a sumptuous ballet that is based on an old West African folk tale.
While people might associate ballet with highbrow culture, there is something in this production for people of all ages.
It is being staged at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center on February 16th - and entry costs just $23 per seat.
This means that it could be the ideal night out for parents who have brought their children along with them on a holiday in Nashville.
The production tells the story of Ama - a hunter who meets a singing tortoise and promises not to reveal its secret to anyone.
However, when he breaks the agreement, he has to suffer the testing consequences.
People who intend to travel to Nashville to take in the show would do well to consider booking rooms at the Millennium Maxwell House Nashville.
This is because the accommodation is a mere ten-minute drive away from the venue.
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