Ingram New Works Festival

Ingram New Works Festival
May 08

Ingram New Works Festival

A former US President wakes up one morning and decides to be an artist instead of a Republican, enrolling in private painting lessons from an art teacher hired specifically to discourage him. Audience Advisory: Contains adult content and strong language How the Baby Died by Tori Keenan-Zelt Stace, a young actress, moves across the country to be a live-in nanny for her friends while making an unsettling audition tape for a French horror theatre company. Audience Advisory: Contains adult content, strong language, and scenes of theatrical violence The Very Last Wishes of Grandpa Joe, or Mia Hector Go Sightseeing by Cristina Florencia Castro An acclaimed pop-up book artist travels to Ireland with her best friend while silently grappling with her loss of vision. Audience Advisory: Contains strong language Pranayama by James Anthony Tyler Neighbors struggle to connect in a Bikram yoga studio in a gentrifying corner of Harlem during the days leading up to the 2016 presidential election. Audience Advisory: Contains adult content and strong language More Info below.

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when: May 8 @ 7pm - May 18 @ 9pm
where: Nashville Public Television's Studio A, 161 Rains Ave, Nashville, TN, USA map
category: News & Trends



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