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The Cultural Arts Center is just one piece of the community's commitment to Art. There are many other organizations and programs that we encourage you to investigate. Below is a list of links to other websites and contact information which we find useful, and hope that you will visit and enjoy.

Southeast Alabama Community Theater (SEACT)
The Southeast Alabama Community Theatre is a non-profit organization made up of gifted volunteers. It was established in 1974 by a group of talented individuals looking for a new cultural venue in the Wiregrass. SEACT has presented more than 100 theatrical productions to the community since its creation performing three or four shows each year. Shows have been performed at the Dothan Opera House and at The Center. Auditions are open to the public and are held throughout the year.
For information and updates contact their General Manager at 334.794.0400 or go to their website www.seact.com 

Providence Christian School Theatrical and Show Choir Performance Division  
Founded in 1995 and associated with First Presbyterian Church, Providence Christian School exists as one of their ministries and works in partnership with local families who share First Presbyterian Church’s vision for classical, Christ Centered education. One of the branches of their classical education is their performing arts department. This Department partners with the Cultural Arts Center to provide a home for their drama and show choirs to rehearse and perform. With year round offerings to their students like chorus, show choir, and theatre, the center provides a home for live performance while providing to the student the discipline and skill required to make each performance excellent, all to God’s glory. For more information on tickets, shows, and performances contact their Fine Arts Director at 334.702.8933 or visit their website at www.providencechristianschool.com 

Tri-State Community Orchestra

The Tri-State Community Orchestra was founded in 1995 to provide musicians the opportunity to play, learn and help educate others about the joy of orchestral music. The Tri-State Community Orchestra is open to all ages and musical abilities. Rehearsals are Thursdays at 6 p.m. in the Center. For more information on performances, participation, or tickets, contact Vince Richter at 334.618.3578 or visit their website at www.tristatecommunityorchestra.org 

Wiregrass Youth Symphony
Proud to give the Wiregrass area youth the opportunity to be involved in a Symphony Orchestra program, WYSO is administered by the Tri-State Community Orchestra. This is a three level program: The Wiregrass Strings is for students who have never played the violin, viola, cello or bass; the Philharmonia for students who have been playing for at least one year; The Youth Symphony is by audition, and for the more advanced youth players. Music selections will include pieces from Bach to Pop, is always a fun time, and we are the premier program in the Wiregrass area for youth and classical music. For further information call the Rachel Cole at 334.796.5822 or visit www.tristatecommunityorchestra.org and click on the Youth Symphony tab. Then click the "Contact Us" link on the left side of this page.

Spark Theater Company
The Spark Theater Company was created to educate, to entertain, and to enrich the lives of children and teenagers through professional theater. Spark Theater Company provides your children with the opportunity to learn about theater and acting in a fun, friendly environment that both educates and inspires. Main stage productions are included in classes where students can find their own space in the spotlight. For details on classes contact their Artistic Director at 334.477.3596 or visit their website at 
www.sparktheatercompany.com


SAFE Program
An intervention program for those struggling with relationship issues. It is an eighteen week intervention program that combines education and group processes to teach the individual how to control what he/she thinks, says and does while working to improve both the relationship and the partners in the relationship. Serves the Dothan, Enterprise, Geneva, Ozark and Troy areas. Open to the public and any social service agency.  For more information on classes contact Larry McKay, 888.376.3838 or email him at larry.mckay@alacourt.gov

 

 

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