‘Catch Me’ Launches Opening Act TPAC Young Professionals Group

Opening Act, Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s new young professional’s group, held its first pre-show event Tuesday at Nashville City Club before the opening performance of Catch Me If You Can in TPAC’s Jackson Hall. Opening Act’s mission is” to bring young like-minded arts lovers together to enjoy shows and events,” according to organizers. The group offers free networking events and special rates on tickets to shows at TPAC and the War Memorial Auditorium for young professionals over 21 “who have a passion to create a community for arts lovers to interact, learn more, and get involved in Nashville.” Membership is free. For more information on the group (which next meets Feb. 21 before a performance of Traces) and how to join visit www.tpac.org/openingact. Photographer and man-about-town Rick Malkin took in the scene Tuesday night:

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About Rick Malkin

Rick Malkin is a professional photographer and drummer who loves the arts and regularly performs with other musicians at Boiler Room Theatre and elsewhere while shooting publicity stills for many performing arts productions. He owns and operates Rick Malkin Photography.