A new stage production, Conway Twitty. The Man, The Music, The Legend … The Musical, will debut Oct. 12 at the Polk Theater inside the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) in Nashville. The production will follow Twitty’s career from a rock ’n’ roll teen idol through his extensive country career. Anita Cochran will serve as musical director. She had a No. 1 country hit in 1998 with “What If I Said,” a duet with Steve Wariner. Conceived as a touring attraction, the Twitty musical will be booked by Buddy Lee Attractions. The production will be directed by Randy Johnson and has been endorsed by Twitty’s daughters, Joni and Kathy Twitty.