Theater & Shows in Calhoun


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  • Chattanooga Dancesport
    Chattanooga DanceSport's qualified instructors can assist dancers of all skill levels, from beginning two-step stompers to professional rug rippers. Private classes allow couples to learn together and solo-swingers to pair off with an instructor in any of the available dance styles, including Rumba, Lindy Hop, East Coast Swing, and California Raisin Shuffle. The main dance floor and its mirror-lined walls set the mood for group classes, which take place from 7?8 p.m. on select weekdays. During each class, a troupe of tyro trotters covers a specific style of body movin'?upcoming sessions include Rumba, Merengue, and the classic waltz.
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    4295 Cromwell Rd
    Chattanooga, TN US
  • Vaudeville Cafe
    Vaudeville Cafe's two-hour, family-friendly murder mystery dinner shows pack in an evening of mock murders and an all-you-can-eat Italian dinner. In between interrogating suspects and identifying the perpetrator, investigate culinary culprits including baked ziti, pasta primavera, Italian meatballs, mac 'n' cheese, or Mediterranean salad, all followed by a generous slice of double-chocolate fudge cake. Each of the comic murder mysteries begins with a murder, after which a detective will arrive on the scene to work with audience members to identify the perpetrator. Since Vaudeville Cafe's interactive performances rely on audience participation to solve the case, imaginary police standby to arrest lifeless audiences for accessory to show-murder. Four different shows are featured each week.
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    138 Market St.
    Chattanooga, TN US
  • Earl Smith Strand Theatre
    From 1935 to 1976, The Strand movie house stood as a marvel of modern technology. The Art Deco building boasted such amenities as air conditioning and heating and a fireproof projection booth, trimmings that made it one of the most up-to-date theaters in the region. But even these perks couldn't keep The Strand from eventually closing its doors in 2002. Luckily, concerned community leaders began the "Bring Back The Strand" campaign, launched an extensive renovation, and resurrected the historic venue as the Earl Smith Strand Theatre. Today, the sparkling space plays host to concerts, musicals, and theatrical productions, and nods to its cinematic beginnings by screening classic films with live organ accompaniment and carefully replicated popcorn.
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    117 North Park Square
    Marietta, GA US
  • Atlanta Dance
    Atlanta Dance's seasoned instructors lead all fitness levels through country western, swing, Latin, and ballroom dance styles in a flexible schedule of group classes. Students embark on an expedition to the pinnacle of grace during a four-week series of 50-minute sessions where experienced guides steer twinkle-toes through winding skill sets, building upon the previous session's moves and secret handshakes. Feet flow within a supportive environment, fostering steadfast rapports among pupils as they conquer salsa's six sultry maneuvers or pay homage to all-American ballroom routines in the foxtrot's intricate choreography. Superfluous curves flee from Zumba's Latin-inspired beats, which chisel abs as hard as diamonds and legs able to roundhouse-kick through a parking meter with heart-pumping swivels and energizing undulations.
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    2213 Roswell Rd
    Marietta, GA US
  • Atlanta Lyric Theatre
    With today's side deal, $18 gets you a ticket to one of three upcoming shows at Atlanta Lyric Theatre (a $38.10 value). Performances are held within the beautiful renovated Art Deco atmosphere of the Strand Theatre in Marietta. Since 1980, Atlanta Lyric Theatre's professional musical productions have captivated the imaginations of toe-tappers, whistlers, and daydreamers. Choose one of the following shows:
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    117 N Park Sq NE
    Marietta, GA US
  • Georgia Ensemble Theatre
    The Georgia Ensemble Theatre (GET) touches audiences and helps cultivate a strong artistic community through classic and contemporary shows. Under the direction of former Roswell native Don Farrell, GET's professional troupe of ribald line readers will perform a greatest-hits version of Forbidden Broadway, a Tony Honors?award recipient in 2006. For nearly three decades, audiences have sought treatment for excessively slapped knees and busted guts prompted by this constantly changing production's send up of the popular tunes and plot lines of Broadway shows past and present. Harmonizing humorists draw theater-goers to the edge of their orchestra seats with a medley of songs that roast The Lion King, Annie, Wicked, and other hits from the Great White Way.
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    950 Forest St
    Roswell, GA US

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