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HISTORY

Troy Arts Council was founded in 1972. Since the day it was founded, this group has dedicated time, money and energy into enriching the lives of people in Troy and Pike County. Through facilitating events of the visual arts, theatre and music, Troy Arts Council has brought an unparalleled amount of culture to our area. Some of the most outstanding artistic programs that have come to Pike County were made possible by the Troy Arts Council and its patrons. For over thirty years, TAC has been the artistic outlet for the community.

VENUES & PRODUCTIONS

Troy Arts Council brings a wide variety of artistic talent to our small corner of the southeast through its venues. Every year since TAC was founded, there have been visual art openings as well as plays, musicals, and sophisticated orchestral productions. Troy Arts Council is proud of its partnership with Troy University to bring events to the area such as the Concert Band outdoor performance at the amphitheater, the Troy University Brass Symposium concert, the annual Summer Community Musical and other various programs.

SOME OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES BROUGHT TO THE AREA BY TAC

  • Vienna Boys Choir
  • The Lettermen
  • Storytellers Festival
  • All American Boys Choir
  • Polish Symphony Orchestra
  • Russian Men’s Chorus
  • Chanticleer
  • Smoke on the Mountain
  • Irish Sopranos
  • Footworks Dance Company
  • Always with Patsy Cline
  • Dallas Brass
  • Maximum Dance Company
  • My Way by Springer Theatre
  • Honky Tonk Angels by Springer Theatre
  • Angela Glover, pianist
  • Russian Dance Company
  • Gilbert & Sullivan Review
  • Sanders Family Christmas
  • Brno Chamber Soloists
  • Shanghai Circus Acrobats
  • Manhattan Piano Trio
  • Man of Constant Sorrow

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Programs sponsored by TAC with support from the AL State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts