Pairs can take in a movie at this historic landmark, which opened as a silent film house in 1925. Today, the nonprofit theater hosts independent, foreign, and classic flicks as well as concerts for both established and new musicians. Along with its nontraditional entertainment offers, Belcourt also offers nontraditional snacks, including craft beer from Yazoo and treats from Olive and Sinclair Chocolate.
Dance World’s talented instructors teach students of all levels ballroom, Latin, swing, and country dance styles in an open and friendly atmosphere. Two dance floors provide the square footage necessary for detailed instruction and successful coed mingling. A private lesson ($65 value) can jazz up a first dance or provide a much-needed metaphor for a relationship. In addition to the private lesson, you get a Groupon-exclusive class (a $15 value). First-time Freds and Gingers can foxtrot around the room and meet, greet, and dip new friends. Additional classes, such as tango and quickstep, as well as wedding choreography, are blended for dancers of all levels of surefootedness. Call for upcoming times and offerings.
Miss Jeanne's Dinner Theatre serves American-style cuisine in the middle of Nashville's Downtown Nashville district.
You won't feel cramped at Miss Jeanne's Dinner Theatre, even with a large party — the restaurant is perfect for large groups.
The dress code is strictly casual at Miss Jeanne's Dinner Theatre, so come as you are (and as you are comfortable).
Miss Jeanne's Dinner Theatre can also cater your next party; call today for details.
Drivers can park on the street or a nearby lot near Miss Jeanne's Dinner Theatre.
A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more.
Whether training to become professional dancers or exploring ballet as a hobby, students at Huntsville Ballet School hone their craft under the guidance of seasoned dance experts. Artistic director Phillip Otto taught master classes in ballet at Yale and Vassar College, and school director Rachel Butler danced and taught across the world in places like China, Australia, and Turkey. The school operates in tandem with the Huntsville Ballet, giving dancers an opportunity to audition for performances alongside the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra. Former students have gone on to study at prestigious dance schools across the nation, while others have become mirror models for bedroom danceoffs.
To spread holiday cheer and support a good cause, Homes for the Holidays opens the doors of four estate homes throughout Brentwood. Visitors explore the abodes on their own schedule over three days, slipping provided booties over their footy pajamas before viewing the displays of holiday decor inside. These are the result of collaborations among three of the city's most prominent designers, including Tim Causey of ReCreations, Richie Edwards of RED, and Jenny Vollmer herself of Vollmer Decorating. Along the way, visitors enjoy festive live music, wine and spirit tastings, and a chocolate sculpture constructed by gold medalist chocolatier Paul Burnash. Proceeds benefit the Literacy Council of Williamson County, an organization dedicated to changing and enriching the lives of area adults through free programs in reading, writing, and math skills.