Welcome to STAAR

STAAR, Southern Tennessee Arts Repertory, is a 501c3 organization that for more than two decades has brought the arts to Giles County, Tennessee, and surrounding communities in South Central Tennessee and North Alabama. STAAR engages in a number of initiatives with two primary purposes – to entertain and to educate.

STAAR Theatre presents theatrical productions, both dramatic and musical, throughout the year and hosts traveling shows of all types from musicians to magicians. Special events by STAAR include murder mystery dinners, holiday events and other engaging activities.

STAAR Studio offers classes in performing, visual and cultural arts to adults, teens, youth and children. Class options include dance, music, voice, choir, drama, songwriting, quilting and more.

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Frozen Jr at STAAR

Frozen Jr at STAAR

Experience the Magic of Disney's Frozen JR. - Tickets Now Available! Get ready to embark on a magical journey to the enchanting kingdom of Arendelle as Disney's Frozen JR. comes to life onstage! Based on the beloved 2018 Broadway musical, this captivating production...

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Summer Arts Classes

Summer Arts Classes

STAAR Studio offers classes in the Performing Arts, Visual Arts and Cultural Arts for both children and adults. Meet STAAR Studio Instructors HERE. PERFORMING ARTS CLASSES - $75Six week long sessions, 1 hour classes Drama classes with Sandy Slayton-Mavrotheris start...

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Support the Arts in Tennessee

When your car tags are set for renewal, go online to the one of the links below and select your next license plate. Then notify your county clerk’s office before you renew to change your plate to one of the Tennessee Arts Commission plates. Make sure you park in spots that allow your tags to show everyone that you support the Arts in Tennessee!