About Us


 


Our 2018-2019 Officers and Board of Directors

Our Purpose

The purpose of our club is three-fold. We strive to encourage and develop amateur dramatic talent, present stage entertainment, and provide a scholarship every year to an outstanding female drama student.

What We Do

TAC produces two shows a season for the enjoyment of our members and their guests. Our plays run the gamut from comedies to musical to drama. Members contribute their talents by acting, directing or working backstage. In addition to our theatre productions, we also raise money for the Eva Woodbridge Victor Scholarship Fund.


Club History

We believe we are the oldest women's theatre group in the country. We have contributed to relief efforts for both World Wars I and II. In 1952, we established the Eva Woodbridge Victor Scholarship Fund. The Scholarship Fund serves as a memorial to one of our founding members, Eva Woodbridge Victor. Upon her death, she bequeathed a monetary gift to the Theatre Arts Club to be used specifically for scholarship awards. Every year since then, the Theatre Arts Club has given a scholarship to an outstanding female drama student  for her senior year's tuition at Wayne State University. Several of our scholarship recipients have gone on to careers in Hollywood, on Broadway and in television.

Membership Dues

If you are interested in women's theatre, you are invited to join this multifaceted, warm and friendly group. Yearly dues are $75.00 which entitles you to attend our performances at no additional cost.

If you have any comments or questions, please contact us.