Tennessee Performing Arts Center - Andrew Jackson Hall | Nashville, Tennessee
What better way to spend your Thursday 13th June 2024 than rocking to the music and watching the mishaps that unfold in Hairspray?... There isn’t! You can book your tickets now and be at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center to join in on the Tony award winning musical that has had audiences dancing and singing along to the story of teenager Tracy Turnblad. The Tennessee Performing Arts Center is the best venue to enjoy Hairspray, as it has great equipment that enhances the effect of the show and is in a key location in the town, with close places to eat and accommodations, to guarantee your night out is an unforgettable time. Seats are limited and in hot demand, so ensure you have yours for the biggest musical and book now! You will have a fantastic night with Hairspray, so be at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center on Thursday 13th June 2024.
One can always rely on Hairspray to provide, and that means an incredible story, an astonishing cast, and, of course, some of the best music ever created for a musical.
Odd but fat Young Tracy Turnblad of Baltimore, Maryland, in 1962, yearns for a spot on "The Corny Collins Show." She learns some of the black students' dance moves while serving detention with them and uses them to get on Corny's show. Tracy's sudden fame gives her a platform from which to endorse social equality in the press. Unfortunately, Tracy is continuously harassed by Velma, the network producer, and Amber, her popular but highly toxic daughter. After some time, Tracy is able to successfully integrate "The Corny Collins Show" with the help of lovable teen heartthrob Link, host Corny Collins, and Motormouth Maybelle (who hosts "Negro Day" on Corny's show).
In addition to its incredibly funny and charming performances, the uplifting message it conveys about accepting one's different self and moving forward is a big reason why Hairspray, winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical, is still one of the most spectacular staged shows today. We become inspired and informed by Tracy Turnblad's story that we must stand up for the rights of all people, regardless of outer differences such as race. You shouldn't miss out on this one, so grab your tickets now.