On an annual basis, the Savannah Theater at 601 Court Street, Savannah, Tennessee is host to select performances by touring theater groups, gospel groups and various other performing artists.
The theater is also home to The Dreamweavers of West Tennessee, a volunteer, non-profit 501c3 community theater group.
Dreamweavers was founded in 1994, by M. I. Marshall, who conceived the idea, Jim Osburn, who willingly joined his fledgling Hardin County Harlequins with Dreamweavers, and Terry Marshall and Margaret Osburn, who provided the artistic and day to day support for the community theater.
Over the past thirteen years Dreamweavers has presented more than fifty musicals, dramas and comedies.
According to the Dreamweaver's Website, Dreamweavers manages the building and presents several live theatrical works each year, including a major musical production in the summer.
Membership is open and does not include any fees. Participate in any event, any way, and you are already a "MEMBER".
The Savannah Art Guild is a non-profit organization located in Savannah, Tennessee and was founded in 1988 with non-profit status occurring in 1990.
Its main purpose is to promote the visual arts in Savannah by learning to create, and provide opportunities to share. Membership and classes are open to all persons.
Art workshops are sponsored by the Guild and many of the teachers are well known artists.
In the past, the workshops have been subsidized by grants and funds from state, city and county governments. They have also been supported by matching funds raised by members as well as donations from patrons and friends of the Arts.
In addition to workshops and gallery diaplays, local artisans from the Art Guild work hand-in-hand to promote local artists and craftspeople during Savannah's Main Street Festivals and various other local events.
The Art Guild Gallery is located at 26 Williams Street in Savannah.