Nashville, TN

IndicatorArt in Nashville

We offer several different performance-based workshops for students in Tennessee. We hold our workshops in Nashville at the Glen Leven Presbyterian Church at 3906 Franklin Pike. In nearby White Bluff, TN, we hold our workshops at the Bibb-White Bluff Civic Center at 1054 Old Charlotte Road. Each workshop is six weeks long and culminates in a public performance for friends and family on the seventh week.

Note: Participants need to be accompanied by an aide or caregiver, although multiple participants from a group home setting may be accompanied by a single aide.

Our Classes

  • Film
  • Singing
  • Songwriting
  • Sketch Comedy
  • Musical Theater

Our class offerings change throughout the year. Please see below for a list of Nashville's upcoming classes that are currently open for enrollment.

Your Teachers

Debby Throckmorton

Debby Throckmorton

Regional Director

Debby is an acting, songwriting and singing performance coach with over 20 years of experience.

Specializations: Acting, Filmmaking, Music, and Performing Arts

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Announcements

Our first classes of 2020 have already started, but new classes in Nashville and White Bluff start in March! Enroll now before they fill up.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Upcoming Classes

Jam Band

Students will have the opportunity to improvise as an ensemble on a variety of instruments through guided improvisations, drum circles, various musical games and exercises. This will be a chance for everyone to freely express themselves and come together as an ensemble to compose spontaneously. At the end of the workshop students will perform at a showcase event.

When:   Starting the week of March 30, 2020

Cost:     $175


Class days and times vary. To reserve a spot or for more information, contact Debby Throckmorton at debbyt@indicatorart.org or 615-400-2534


Singing

Students receive vocal training, learn about song performance techniques, and then choose and rehearse both a solo song and a group song. They also visit an authentic recording studio, where they work with a professional singer who helps them record the group song.

At the end of the workshop, the singers participate in a live showcase where they perform their individual and group songs for the public. Every student will also receive a CD of their songs.

When:   Starting the week of March 30, 2020

Cost:     $175


Class days and times vary. To reserve a spot or for more information, contact Debby Throckmorton at debbyt@indicatorart.org or 615-400-2534


Sketch Comedy

Working as a comedy troupe, students learn the techniques of acting, improvisation, teamwork and comedic timing, as well as how to write, film, and perform in an original comedic sketch in the spirit of “Saturday Night Live” (but family-friendly).

At the end of the six weeks, the final edited scene is premiered to the public at a showcase event. Each student also receives an edited version of the show on DVD.

When:   Starting the week of March 30, 2020

Cost:     $175


Class days and times vary. To reserve a spot or for more information, contact Debby Throckmorton at debbyt@indicatorart.org or 615-400-2534


Songwriting

Students learn how to write and perform an original song. They are taught the basics of songwriting and spend time co-writing with a professional songwriter, then record a demo of their original song in a professional studio.

At the end of the six weeks, students are given the opportunity to perform their songs for the public at a showcase event. Every student also receives a recording of their song on CD.

When:   Starting the week of March 30, 2020

Cost:     $175


Class days and times vary. To reserve a spot or for more information, contact Debby Throckmorton at debbyt@indicatorart.org or 615-400-2534


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