Spring 2021 Classes
Two Casts: Monday & Wednesday 4:30-6:30
OR Tuesday & Thursday 4:30-6:30
Fee: $300 or $40 per week
Classes: April 5th – May 29th
Performances May 28th and 29th
Share this timeless and enduring classic about the March sisters’ journey from childhood to maturity during the American Civil War. Audiences of all generations will enjoy acquainting — or reacquainting — themselves with the sisters: Meg, the eldest; Jo, the high-spirited tomboy; Amy, the self-centered beauty; and gentle Beth, as well as their beloved Marmee and Father. Together the March family learns to endure both good times and bad as they share the joys and pains of growing up. Students in this class will study advanced acting as they work on character development, physicality, tapping into emotions while improving their acting skills as they communicate and bring to life this touching story.
Please note that to continue keeping our students safe, we are resuming with smaller class sizes. Because of this, children who enroll in our Production Class might not make it in. Auditions will determine who remains in the class. So please have your student prepare for their audition. If students enroll in the Production Class and do not make it in, students will be moved into Musical Theater and Act Up.
Audition information will be emailed to you upon registration.
Fee: $125 or $18 Weekly
April 5th – May 17th
This class explores all components of improving your acting skills. Learn the top 10 common mistakes of beginning actors and how to overcome them. Enjoy each session as we dive in and perform sides, monologues, voice overs, and try our hand at improvisation. A fun class for the star to be!
*Act Up is included in Musical Theater
Classes begin the week of April 5.
Contact Education Director Denise Parton
(firstname.lastname@example.org or call
615-904-2787 and dial ext 1210) with any questions.
Scholarships Available. Click here for more information. Deadline for applications March 29.
Safety Precautions and Guidelines - Subject to Change with updated CDC Information and Guidelines
The Center for the Arts is following guidelines set forth in the Tennessee Pledge and CDC Guideines to keep all students, teaching artists and staff safe while taking part in classes.
Temperature checks and screening questions must be answered prior to entering The Center.
Students and Staff will wear facial coverings at all times. Masks must be provided from home but can be purchased for $2 if lost or forgotten.
Reduced class capacity to allow for social distancing.
Food and water fountain access will not be provided. Each student is encouraged to bring a water bottle.
Parents must wear masks in The Center when dropping off and picking up.
The Center will remain closed to the public while class is in session.
A full list of guidelines and precautions is available upon registration or by contacting Denise Parton.
Contact Denise Parton (email@example.com or call 615-904-2787 and dial ext 1210) for availability and pricing.
Musical Theater Class
Fee: $175 or $25 weekly
April 5th – May 17th
All aspiring performers unite and get your High School Musical on!! This class will explore all aspects of musical theater, singing, dancing, and acting. Students will learn choreography to fun songs from the show. Students will also have fun acting out scenes and creating their own music, lyrics and scenes through improvisation.
The Wonderful World of Disney!
Minis Class for Young Performers
Tuesdays OR Thursdays
Fee: $125 or $18 weekly
April 6th -May 20th
Your mini performer will discover the stage is the happiest place on earth as they learn the ins and outs of musical theater Disney Style! This intro to theater combines the most beloved characters throughout the years with the magic of theater musicals. Why do we sing our stories? Why do we break out in dance? How do you get in a show? What is an audition? Your performer will have a ton of magical fun, Disney style!
Wednesdays 5:00-6:00 PM
Fee: $150 or $22 Weekly
April 7th – May 21st
This class explores and teaches trendy arts and crafts ideas for kids and teens. Making your own artwork is a fashionable trend that everyone is following. Students will learn how to make cool room decor personalized to their individual taste. They can also express themselves by personalizing their journals and notebooks for school