Artists Collaborative Theatre, Inc. (ACT)

Artists Collaborative Theatre, Inc. (ACT)


Artists Collaborative Theatre, Inc. (ACT)
270 North Patty Loveless Drive
Elkhorn City, KY
United States

They provide the greater Appalachian area with cultural experiences for both artists and audience. Their first production was The Kentucky Cycle in Breaks Interstate Park in July 2002. Community involvement was so powerful and awe inspiring that ACT has become a leader in the arts in the Appalachian area. Community volunteers led the way as actors, costumers, set designers, musicians, cooks, and audience members. There is talent and interest in these mountains as well as the desire and work ethic to fulfill this community dream.

ACT’s Educational Youth Program goals are to instill in our youth an appreciation of their cultural heritage, enhance their appreciation of the arts, and enhance local pride, self esteem, confidence, and compassion. After school, Saturday & Summer Camp Classes.

(606) 754-4228

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