Tryon Fine Arts Center's Mission
To serve as the creative driving force for performances, exhibits, arts education, and community partnerships in the Foothills.
Stage Door Series: Best of Enemies
Tuesday, May 15. 7pm
The Thermal Belt Friendship Council and Unitarian Universalist Fellowship are co-sponsoring a staged play reading of Best of Enemies based on the unlikely friendship of a white Ku Klux Klan leader, C.P. Ellis, and an African-American civil rights activist, Ann Atwater, from Durham, N.C.
Team TFAC would love to have you! We depend on our volunteers to bring arts experiences to the community. Backstage work and pre-show hospitality. Poster delivery and box office. Concessions and arts education. There's a spot to fit your interests and skills.
Tryon Fine Arts Center is committed to life-long education in the arts for all members of our community. We bring unique opportunities to young people, professional development to teachers, and engaging lectures and classes to adults.
As a 501(c)3, TFAC depends on the generous support of our sponsors and donors. Find out how you can help present world-class arts experiences. You're invited to become a part of the cultural community of the Foothills.