Theatre for Young Audiences World Premiere Adaptation
Book by Claudia Shear and Tim Federle
Music by Chris Miller
Lyrics by Nathan Tysen
Based on the novel Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt
September 13-October 7, 2018
Fridays at 7 pm
Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm
"There are two ways down one long road. One clear path to two conclusions. Does the story end, or never end? Does the secret fade, or is it everlasting?"
After adventuring beyond her white picket fence, “good girl” Winnie Foster meets the energetic teenager Jesse Tuck, who leads her on an unexpected, magical journey. Soon she is faced with an extraordinary question: If you could choose to live forever, would you? Based on the best-selling novel by Natalie Babbitt, this heartfelt Broadway musical is full of soaring melodies and mischief. Performed with a live orchestra!
Parents can review our Parent Tip & Info page to help you know if your child is ready for the show.
HELP OTHER KIDS RUN LIKE GHOST!
When you attend the new play Ghost we encourage you to bring gently used or brand new sneakers, cleats, and/or ballet shoes. A collection box will be in the lobby.
A big-hearted, ambitious Tennessee girl attended a workshop reading of Ghost a few months ago, and was inspired to work across her community to collect shoes for those who are in need.
Winnie Foster // Rebecca Keeshin
Jesse Tuck // Imari Thompson
Nana // Nan Gurley
Mae Tuck // Jennifer Whitcomb-Oliva
Angus Tuck // Bakari J. King
Miles Tuck // James Rudolph
Man in Yellow Suit // Geoff Davin
Constable // Matthew Carlton
Hugo // Jairus Maples
Director and Choreographer // ERNIE NOLAN
Musical Director // DAVID WEINSTEIN
Scenic Design // COURT WATSON
Costume Design // A.T. JONES AND SONS
Sound Design // JOANNA LYNNE STAUB
Lighting Design // SCOTT LEATHERS
Stage Manager // ISAAC KRISPIN
Company Stage Manager // DAN BREWER
THE NASHVILLE CHILDREN'S THEATRE ORCHESTRA
Conductor/Keyboards // DAVID WEINSTEIN
Keyboards // KELSI FULTON
Drums/Percussion // BEN ANDREWS
Violin/Viola // JOSHUA SHEPHERD
Woodwinds // ROBBY SHANKEL