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Plata Quemada at TPAC
March 6 @ 8:00 pm - March 7 @ 10:30 pm
OZ Arts premiere of Plata Quemada (Burnt Money) by TeatroCinema at TPAC’s Andrew Johnson Theater from March 6-7, 2020. The Thursday, March 5 performance of Plata Quemada (Burnt Money) has been cancelled. Friday and Saturday’s performances will be held at TPAC’s Andrew Johnson Theater at 8 pm.
Based on an infamous 1965 bank heist in Argentina, Plata Quemada (Burnt Money) is a combination of live theater and digital projections designed to place viewers right into the midst of the action. TeatroCinema uses striking imagery to fuse virtual and physical worlds, painting a stark, black and white landscape where impulses of humanity are made visible.
All ticket holders will be contacted directly by OZ Arts regarding the venue change. Those with tickets to the cancelled Thursday performance will be able to transfer their tickets to another date or be issued a full refund.
Many West Nashville businesses near the John C. Tune airport, including OZ Arts, were left with property damage and loss of power as a result of the tornado. Several of OZ Arts’ business neighbors experienced total property destruction, but OZ Arts was fortunate to have minimal damage. Power is not expected to be restored to the area in time to host this week’s performances by TeatroCinema, but we are grateful to TPAC for generously offering the Andrew Johnson Theater as an alternate venue.
Nashville has an amazing community spirit that emphasizes selflessness and restoration in times of need. The people at TPAC have demonstrated that neighborly spirit by offering their venue for this weekend’s performances.
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