The Barbershop Theater Collective

The Barbershop Theater has 6 resident companies bringing you work in 2019. We are Hep Cats. We are Comrades. Making art together.

The Barbershop Theater Collective

The Barbershop Theater has 6 resident companies bringing you work in 2019. We are Hep Cats. We are Comrades. Making art together.

Verge Theater Company

Producing stimulating, affordable theater for Nashville. Providing opportunities for theater artists to express themselves, especially young women. Bringing small budget, topical, raw, representative, risky, Chicago-style theater to Nashville.


Verge Theater Company

Producing stimulating, affordable theater for Nashville. Providing opportunities for theater artists to express themselves, especially young women. Bringing small budget, topical, raw, representative, risky, Chicago-style theater to Nashville.


Razorglam

Razorglam Productions is a live entertainment production company creating bad-ass shows since right now.  We strive to provide an inclusive environment for all types of performers and audience members so they can share amazing experiences.  Burlesque, variety,  theater, music, art – we do a little bit of everything. 


Razorglam

Razorglam Productions is a live entertainment production company creating bad-ass shows since right now.  We strive to provide an inclusive environment for all types of performers and audience members so they can share amazing experiences.  Burlesque, variety,  theater, music, art – we do a little bit of everything. 


Bonfire Collective

Bonfire Collective began as an avenue for women creators to tell stories and create art that they feel passionate about. We center voices of women, past and present, and strive to create dynamic work that is as enjoyable to discuss as it is to see. Bonfires are where community happens. Remember the dead, connect to the living, create the future.


Bonfire Collective

Bonfire Collective began as an avenue for women creators to tell stories and create art that they feel passionate about. We center voices of women, past and present, and strive to create dynamic work that is as enjoyable to discuss as it is to see. Bonfires are where community happens. Remember the dead, connect to the living, create the future.


Garden Theatre Company

Garden Theatre Company cultivates intersectional, growth-based relationships with underserved Middle Tennessee communities through professional, theatrical productions and educational programming. We aim to lead Middle Tennessee in inclusive, equitable theatre experiences and opportunities while maintaining intolerance for hate and ignorance in every aspect of Garden Theatre Company, the communities we serve, and the world at large.


Garden Theatre Company

Garden Theatre Company cultivates intersectional, growth-based relationships with underserved Middle Tennessee communities through professional, theatrical productions and educational programming. We aim to lead Middle Tennessee in inclusive, equitable theatre experiences and opportunities while maintaining intolerance for hate and ignorance in every aspect of Garden Theatre Company, the communities we serve, and the world at large.


Woven Theatre Company

Woven Theatre was started in 2016 by a trio of young directors yearning to create. Together, they put on their first season, producing four projects in the span of three months. Unlike many theatre companies, Woven Theatre strayed away from the standard model involving a board of directors and instead created an Artistic Council. Being founded by three directors, the thought of an Artistic Director didn’t seem to make sense. Woven Theatre wanted to be a collection of artists that came together to create and grow. Young artists are hungry. They strive to be everywhere and do everything at once because opportunities are precious, and they fear passing them up. Woven Theatre gives those artists a chance to create art on nothing but that tenacity. Woven Theatre seeks to provide unique, artistic opportunities for young people to explore and find their artistic identity and tell the stories they are passionate about.



Woven Theatre Company

Woven Theatre was started in 2016 by a trio of young directors yearning to create. Together, they put on their first season, producing four projects in the span of three months. Unlike many theatre companies, Woven Theatre strayed away from the standard model involving a board of directors and instead created an Artistic Council. Being founded by three directors, the thought of an Artistic Director didn’t seem to make sense. Woven Theatre wanted to be a collection of artists that came together to create and grow. Young artists are hungry. They strive to be everywhere and do everything at once because opportunities are precious, and they fear passing them up. Woven Theatre gives those artists a chance to create art on nothing but that tenacity. Woven Theatre seeks to provide unique, artistic opportunities for young people to explore and find their artistic identity and tell the stories they are passionate about.