Theater & Shows in Shelbyville


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  • Belcourt Theatre
    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.
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    2102 Belcourt Ave
    Nashville, TN US
  • School of Nashville Ballet
    Throughout the eight-week summer session, the School of Nashville Ballet offers a variety of dance classes for people of all skill levels. Experience is not necessary for the classes, which are all taught by professional instructors. Dance styles covered in classes include jazz dance, hip-hop, contemporary, or tap. The modern and fusion Pilates fitness-dance classes are open for all who wish to get in shape and groove at the same time, while ballet-minded individuals can choose from several options. The intro-to-ballet class teaches the basics, and intermediate and advanced ballet classes help students hone their skills and master tricky maneuvers. Beginners are encouraged to attend classes early in the session, as instruction will progress throughout the season. Check the schedule and call the School of Nashville Ballet for specific information on class availability.
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    3630 Redmon St
    Nashville, TN US
  • Miss Jeanne's Dinner Theater
    You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll gasp, you'll ? sing? At Miss Jeanne's Dinner Theatre, mystery's high on the docket, but every show also packs in comedy, melodrama, and musical performances. Theatergoers enjoy a fully served three-course dinner. Then, once the tables are cleared, the lights go low for an interactive mystery show. The actors don colorful costumes and wend their way through the audience, garnering their help in solving the mystery. Theatergoers form teams to solve the "Who -Do -DidIt" mystery and win a special "Shiny Dorky Prize!"
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    2416 Music Valley Dr.
    Nashville, TN US
  • Huntsville Ballet School
    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.
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    800 Regal Dr
    Huntsville, AL US
  • Music Instruction Studio
    Music Instruction Studio's university-educated teachers dispense harmonious how-tos during music lessons for students 6 years and older. Offering instruction in pop, jazz, and classical styles, the instructors equip vocalists with belting skills, teach pianists masterful ivory tickling, and inspiring guitarist. Music Instruction Studio stocks its interior with instruments as well as an entire library of sheet music that students can purchase at an additional cost; pupils may also rent out equipment for at-home practice. After stepping up their skills, students can draw on MIS's extensive music studio to showcase newfound abilities and hair-metal power slides during semiannual recitals at no additional charge.
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    5502 Hixson Pike, Suite E
    Hixson, TN US
  • YEAH! Youth Empowerment through Arts and
    Strike an E-chord on an electric guitar, and something magical happens. The amp fills the performance space with sound, and with each growing decibel comes a sense of accomplishment, self-esteem, and power. That's exactly what students feel when they step into one of Youth Empowerment Through Arts & Humanities's programs. The nonprofit's founders, music instructors, and helpful volunteers all believe that the benefits of music go beyond just learning to play a song. The skills translate to all aspects of life. With that in mind, the musical instructors lead a year-round rock-band program as well as rock camps for kids aged 10?17. The programs provide an alternative to traditional high-school band, incorporate performance opportunities, and allow kids to come up with really cool rock-star names.
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    701 E Main St.
    Murfreesboro, TN US

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