For over thirty-five years, the Mid-Delta Arts Association has had one successful season after another.  Started in 1978 by a group of local citizens, the MDAA has grown through the fantastic support of members and patrons from throughout the Delta.












In the 90s, MDAA completed a $200,000 expansion to the theater building and greatly enhanced the staging area.

On January 19, 2013, the MDAA Board of Directors named the theater building "Brindley Theater" in honor of John and Mary Ruth Brindley.  Their vission, passion, dedication, direction and talent were and are crucial to the success of MDAA.  Naming the theatre in their honor is just a small token of our apprecation for their efforts.




"In the heart of Indianola's arts area is Indianola's "Little Theatre." Started in 1978, the Mid-Delta Arts Association produces several successful theater productions each year. The surprising talent of local thespians has shown in productions such as Annie, The Wizard of Oz, Nunsense, and frequently hosts local vocalists such as the Generations."  

The B.B. King Museum