Free: Storytime: Ferdinand the Bull
Oct
1
10:30 am10:30

Free: Storytime: Ferdinand the Bull

  • Nashville Public Library Inglewood Branch

Based on the book The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along as we run, jump and butt our heads or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA
Oct
1
2:30 pm14:30

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA

  • Nashville Public Library Edmondson Pike Branch

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA
Oct
3
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA

  • Nashville Public Library Richland Park Branch

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

FREE: STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL
Oct
4
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Public Library Bordeaux Branch

Based on the book The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along as we run, jump and butt our heads or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA
Oct
5
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA

  • Nashville Public Library Green Hills Branch

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA
Oct
6
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA

  • Nashville Public Library Hadley Park

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

FREE: STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL
Oct
6
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Public Library Main Branch

Based on the book The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along as we run, jump and butt our heads or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA
Oct
8
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA

  • Nashville Public Library Southeast Branch

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA
Oct
10
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA

  • Nashville Public Library Donelson Branch

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA
Oct
11
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA

  • Nashville Public Library Bordeaux Branch

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA
Oct
12
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA

  • Nashville Public Library Madison Branch

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

FREE: STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL
Oct
12
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Public Library Thompson Lane Branch

Based on the book The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along as we run, jump and butt our heads or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA
Oct
15
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA

  • Nashville Public Library East Branch

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA
Oct
17
10:00 am10:00

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA

  • Nashville Public Library North Branch

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA
Oct
18
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA

  • Nashville Public Library Bellevue Branch

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

 

Something Wicked
Oct
20
Oct 22

Something Wicked

  • TPAC's Polk Theater

Unearth the wickedness of human nature as Macbeth embarks on a power-hungry quest to the throne. No one is safe as Macbeth spins an intricate web of murder, greed and deceit—not even himself. But is he truly in command of his own fate? Or are three witches in the background really pulling the strings? First presented in workshop form during 2013’s EmergenceSomething Wicked comes this way just in time for Halloween. 

Something Wicked takes place at TPAC's Polk Theater for three performances October 20 - 22. Click here for more information.
 

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA
Oct
24
10:30 am10:30

FREE: STORYTIME: HONK! THE STORY OF A PRIMA SWANERINA

  • Nashville Public Library Old Hickory Branch

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

Nashville's Nutcracker
Dec
3
Dec 23

Nashville's Nutcracker

  • TPAC's Jackson Hall

Nashville’s holiday season doesn’t officially begin until young Clara takes her magical Uncle Drosselmeyer’s hand and journeys into an unforgettable dreamland in this spectacularly grand production. Nashville’s Nutcracker weaves together the city’s vibrant history with one of the most beloved tales of all time for a Nashville holiday tradition unlike any other. Whether it’s your first time or your ninth attending Nashville’s Nutcracker, there’s always a little more magic waiting to be discovered.

Nashville's Nutcracker takes place at TPAC's Jackson Hall for fourteen (14) performances December 3 - 23, 2016. Click here for more information.

ATTITUDE
Feb
9
Feb 12

ATTITUDE

  • TPAC's Polk Theater

Smash hit Under the Lights returns after its 2014 premiere to pay tribute the iconic life and legacy of Johnny Cash with Nashville’s own Sugar + The Hi-Lows. Offering a glimpse into the origins of modern day country, Sergeant Early’s Dream is a collection of vignettes depicting the immigration experience from Europe to America in the 19th century set to early folk music. With this bold combination of contemporary dance and live music, Nashville Ballet shows off its edgier side with a little Attitude. 

Attitude takes place at TPAC's Polk Theater for four performances February 9 - 12, 2017. Click here for more information.

 

SEVEN DEADLY SINS
May
5
May 7

SEVEN DEADLY SINS

  • TPAC's Jackson Hall

There’s no hiding when Seven Deadly Sins uncovers the flawed, imperfect side of human nature that tempts even the most virtuous of us. Nashville Ballet’s Christopher Stuart teams up with Nashville singer/songwriter collective Ten out of Tenn to deliver the forbidden. What’s your vice? Pick your poison. In Appalachian Spring, Vasterling presents an abstract interpretation of Copland’s famed score and explores the strength, tenacity and creative spirit of women. 

Seven Deadly Sins takes place at TPAC's Jackson Hall for three performances May 5 - 7, 2017. Click here for more information.

 

FERDINAND THE BULL
May
14
May 21

FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Ballet Studio A

You’ll be charmed by this tale about a lovable bull who would rather sit and smell the flowers than fight in Madrid’s bullfights. Based on The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this family ballet humorously teaches us how to embrace what makes us different. Featuring vibrant sets and costumes inspired by the cubist paintings of Pablo Picasso, narration and an interactive activity, Ferdinand the Bull will leave audiences of all ages delighted. 

Ferdinand the Bull takes place at Nashville Ballet Studio A (3630 Redmon Street) for six performances May 14-21, 2017. Click here for more information.

 

EMERGENCE
Jun
1
Jun 3

EMERGENCE

  • Nashville Ballet Studio A

Emergence offers a first glimpse into the creative works of some of today’s most fearless artists. An experimental lab in the black-box theater setting of Nashville Ballet’s intimate studio, choreographers and musicians boldly create without inhibition to showcase the beginning of raw, unfiltered works. Watch new art unfold before you, then hear from the artists themselves about what inspired their works.

Emergence takes place at Nashville Ballet Studio A (3630 Redmon Street) for four performances June 1-3, 2017. Click here for more information.


FREE: Storytime: Honk! The Story of a Prima Swanerina
Sep
29
10:00 am10:00

FREE: Storytime: Honk! The Story of a Prima Swanerina

  • White County Public Library

Based on the light-hearted children’s book of the same name by Pamela Duncan Edwards, this interactive story engages all ages with a humorous tale about a ballet-smitten swan who has an unexpected moment to shine onstage with a group of prima ballerinas, who, in Mimi's mind, are simply pretending to be her!

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL
Sep
28
10:30 am10:30

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Public Library Madison Branch

Based on the book, The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along and run, jump and butt your head or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL
Sep
26
10:30 am10:30

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Public Library Old Hickory Branch

Based on the book, The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along and run, jump and butt your head or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL
Sep
24
2:00 pm14:00

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Public Library Goodlettsville Branch

Based on the book, The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along and run, jump and butt your head or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL
Sep
24
10:30 am10:30

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Public Library Southeast Branch

Based on the book, The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along and run, jump and butt your head or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL
Sep
21
10:30 am10:30

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Public Library East Branch

Based on the book, The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along and run, jump and butt your head or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL
Sep
20
2:00 pm14:00

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Public Library Pruitt Branch

Based on the book, The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along and run, jump and butt your head or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL
Sep
19
6:30 pm18:30

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Public Library Bellevue Branch

Based on the book, The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along and run, jump and butt your head or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL
Sep
19
10:30 am10:30

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Public Library Richland Park Branch

Based on the book, The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along and run, jump and butt your head or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

CINDERELLA
Sep
16
Sep 18

CINDERELLA

  • TPAC's Polk Theater

A final stroke of midnight changes it all when a beautiful princess, handsome prince and glass slipper come together on stage for a sparkling rendition of the fairytale Cinderella. Two menacing stepsisters (hilariously played by men) inject a little bit of humor into this whimsical love story that chances fate. A refreshing take on the classic tale, Vasterling’s Cinderella shows that anything can happen with a little magic—and determination.

Cinderella takes place at TPAC's Polk Theater for five performances September 16-18, 2016. Click here for more information.

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL
Sep
14
10:00 am10:00

STORYTIME: FERDINAND THE BULL

  • Nashville Public Library North Branch

Based on the book, The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along and run, jump and butt your head or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

Storytime: Cinderella
Sep
13
10:00 am10:00

Storytime: Cinderella

  • Linebaugh Public Library Central Library

Join the Fairy Godmother as she shares the story of Cinderella’s magical night. Using fun-filled movement, enchanted music and actual photographs from Nashville Ballet’s own production of Cinderella, this highly interactive storytime will whisk you away to the ball and back again!

Storytime: Ferdinand the Bull
Sep
12
10:30 am10:30

Storytime: Ferdinand the Bull

  • Nashville Public Library Donelson Branch

Based on the book, The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, this classic children’s book tells the story of a peaceful bull who only wants to smell the flowers in the meadow, making him unfit for the bullfighting rings in Spain. Join along and run, jump and butt your head or simply sit and smell the flowers during this classic story that reminds each of us to just be ourselves.

Friends of Nashville Ballet Season Launch Party
Aug
31
5:00 pm17:00

Friends of Nashville Ballet Season Launch Party

  • Nashville Ballet

Celebrate Nashville Ballet's 2016-2017 season with Friends of Nashville Ballet, a dynamic group of professionals and community volunteers who share a passion for dance and are committed to furthering the mission of Nashville Ballet. Enjoy cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and an exclusive rehearsal viewing of the season opener Cinderella. Join Friends of Nashville Ballet today and enjoy 12 months of benefits, including admission to the Season Launch Party. RSVP to attend the Season Launch Party to Leigh Adams at ladams@nashvilleballet.com.

Youth Casting Call: Nashville's Nutcracker
Aug
21
Sep 11

Youth Casting Call: Nashville's Nutcracker

  • Nashville Ballet

Children ages 8-12 are invited to audition to perform in Nashville’s Nutcracker this December. This is the only opportunity the general public will have to perform on stage with Nashville Ballet and the Nashville Symphony this season. Open auditions will be held Sundays from 11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. on August 21, August 28 and September 11 at Nashville Ballet (3630 Redmon Street Nashville, TN 37209). No dance experience is required – performance training will be provided. Children must be 8 years old by Dec. 31, 2016, to audition. Click here for more information on the audition opportunity.

Free - National Dance Day
Jul
30
10:00 am10:00

Free - National Dance Day

  • The Martin Center for Nashville Ballet

All ages and experience levels are invited to get moving and celebrate National Dance Day with a FREE day of dance at Nashville Ballet! The event will feature the launch of DANCEFIX, a high-energy, adult dance workout class coming exclusively to Nashville Ballet from Heather Britt Dance Collective in Cincinnati, Ohio. DANCEFIX will be offered in Nashville Ballet’s Community Division beginning after Labor Day, but all ages are encouraged to try it out for free during National Dance Day.

Following National Dance Day, Nashville Ballet will hold open auditions from 1:30-4:30 p.m. for instructors to lead its DANCEFIX classes beginning this fall. Click here for more information about National Dance Day, DANCEFIX and the audition.

FREE - DANCE ME A STORY: EMPEROR AND THE NIGHTINGALE
Jul
13
10:30 am10:30

FREE - DANCE ME A STORY: EMPEROR AND THE NIGHTINGALE

  • Pinkerton Park

With all things beautiful and cherished in his possession, the Emperor of China learns the most beautiful sound in the kingdom is that of a songbird. His relationship with this songbird teaches him that some things are not meant to be caged, and that the strongest friendship can be found through freedom. Based on the Hans Christian Andersen tale, The Nightingale.

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA
Jul
13
10:00 am10:00

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA

  • Manchester Public Library

Join the Fairy Godmother as she shares the story of Cinderella’s magical night. Using fun-filled movement, enchanted music and actual photographs from Nashville Ballet’s own production of Cinderella, this highly interactive storytime will whisk you away to the ball and back again!

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA
Jul
11
10:30 am10:30

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA

  • Nashville Public Library Donelson Branch

Join the Fairy Godmother as she shares the story of Cinderella’s magical night. Using fun-filled movement, enchanted music and actual photographs from Nashville Ballet’s own production of Cinderella, this highly interactive storytime will whisk you away to the ball and back again!

FREE - DANCE ME A STORY: EMPEROR AND THE NIGHTINGALE
Jul
8
2:00 pm14:00

FREE - DANCE ME A STORY: EMPEROR AND THE NIGHTINGALE

  • Lewis County Public Library

With all things beautiful and cherished in his possession, the Emperor of China learns the most beautiful sound in the kingdom is that of a songbird. His relationship with this songbird teaches him that some things are not meant to be caged, and that the strongest friendship can be found through freedom. Based on the Hans Christian Andersen tale, The Nightingale.

CANCELED - FREE - DANCE ME A STORY: CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS
Jul
7
10:00 am10:00

CANCELED - FREE - DANCE ME A STORY: CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS

  • White County Public Library

PLEASE NOTE: This event was canceled due to weather.

This engaging children's ballet explores the value of diversity through the perspective of the mighty lion. The "King of the Jungle" cannot understand why everyone isn’t exactly like him, but a wise and patient bird introduces the lion to a host of creatures to teach him that we are all unique, and it’s exactly those differences that make life interesting. 

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA
Jul
5
10:30 am10:30

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA

  • Nashville Public Library Bordeaux Branch

Join the Fairy Godmother as she shares the story of Cinderella’s magical night. Using fun-filled movement, enchanted music and actual photographs from Nashville Ballet’s own production of Cinderella, this highly interactive storytime will whisk you away to the ball and back again!

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA
Jul
2
10:30 am10:30

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA

  • Nashville Public Library Inglewood Branch

Join the Fairy Godmother as she shares the story of Cinderella’s magical night. Using fun-filled movement, enchanted music and actual photographs from Nashville Ballet’s own production of Cinderella, this highly interactive storytime will whisk you away to the ball and back again!

FREE - Dance me a Story: Carnival of the Animals
Jun
29
2:00 pm14:00

FREE - Dance me a Story: Carnival of the Animals

  • Nashville Public Library Pruitt Branch

This engaging children's ballet explores the value of diversity through the perspective of the mighty lion. The "King of the Jungle" cannot understand why everyone isn’t exactly like him, but a wise and patient bird introduces the lion to a host of creatures to teach him that we are all unique, and it’s exactly those differences that make life interesting. 

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA
Jun
29
10:30 am10:30

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA

  • Nashville Public Library Madison Branch

Join the Fairy Godmother as she shares the story of Cinderella’s magical night. Using fun-filled movement, enchanted music and actual photographs from Nashville Ballet’s own production of Cinderella, this highly interactive storytime will whisk you away to the ball and back again!

FREE - Storytime: Cinderella
Jun
24
10:00 am10:00

FREE - Storytime: Cinderella

  • Coffee County Lannom Memorial Public Library

Join the Fairy Godmother as she shares the story of Cinderella’s magical night. Using fun-filled movement, enchanted music and actual photographs from Nashville Ballet’s own production of Cinderella, this highly interactive storytime will whisk you away to the ball and back again!

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA
Jun
22
10:30 am10:30

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA

  • Nashville Public Library Thompson Lane Branch

Join the Fairy Godmother as she shares the story of Cinderella’s magical night. Using fun-filled movement, enchanted music and actual photographs from Nashville Ballet’s own production of Cinderella, this highly interactive storytime will whisk you away to the ball and back again!

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA
Jun
21
2:00 pm14:00

FREE - STORYTIME: CINDERELLA

  • Nashville Public Library Edmondson Pike Branch

Join the Fairy Godmother as she shares the story of Cinderella’s magical night. Using fun-filled movement, enchanted music and actual photographs from Nashville Ballet’s own production of Cinderella, this highly interactive storytime will whisk you away to the ball and back again!