The Staff

The Staff


Victoria ReedVictoria Reed
Performing Arts Center Director

Originally from Wellesley, Massachusetts, Victoria is a recent transplant to the beautiful state of Tennessee. For the last 9 years, she has been the Bob & Dolores Hope Director of Entertainment at the National WWII Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she produced, directed and wrote several original shows. She created “Jump, Jive & Wail, the Music of Louis Prima” which won the Big Easy award for best original production.

Victoria spent 25 years in New York City where she produced, directed and performed with the USO of Metropolitan New York and USO World Headquarters and has traveled the globe entertaining our United States Military and Veterans. Her unique skill set includes producing patriotic entertainment and she has created several female vocal trios including the USO Liberty Belles, the American Belles, and the Victory Belles for the National WWII Museum.

A member of Actors Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and American Guild of Variety Artists, Victoria has experience with many aspects of the performing arts including professional cheerleading, competing in the 1986 Miss America pageant, commercials, several National and International Tours, cast recordings, off Broadway, and performing her own cabaret act on cruise ships, but her absolute favorite is performing for our United States Veterans!

Victoria is excited to be joining the team at Williamson County Performing Arts Center and looks forward to bringing a diverse array of entertainment events to Academy Park.

Contact Information:
Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park
112 Everbright Avenue
Franklin, TN 37064
victoria.reed@williamsoncounty-tn.gov
(615) 786-0186, ext. 2515


Corrie J. Maxwell_2.headshotCorrie Maxwell,
Performing Arts Center House Manager


A professional actor/singer/dancer originally from Charleston, SC, Corrie has lived in the Franklin area for fifteen years and now considers it home. Early in her career Corrie worked as Box Office Manager as her "day job," then went on to become an Assistant Account Executive for a local marketing and advertising  and Director of Business Development for a local technology firm.

Corrie studied Musical Theater performance at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York, New York and Commercial Music at Leeward College in Hawaii. She has performed with several bands and professional theaters across the country, has worked as a demo singer on various projects, and if you blink you might miss her in a few movies and commercials. She has been privileged to work with Nashville and Franklin’s finest theatrical companies, such as: Nashville Shakespeare Festival, Nashville Repertory Theatre, Studio Tenn, Chaffin’s Barn, AT Pro, Blackbird Theatre Company, Tennessee Women’s Theater Project, Boiler Room Theatre and Street Theatre Company.

She loves color-coding and spreadsheets, is a licensed Kindermusik Educator, teaches musical theater at a local youth theater and arts academy, offers private acting and voice coaching, and works with the youth and children’s choir at her church. Most important of all her roles, however, is being wife to her amazing husband and mother to three incredible children.

Corrie is excited to bring her knowledge and experience to Williamson County’s Performing Arts Center at Academy Park and to help bring more great arts programming and events to her local community.

Contact Information:
Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park
112 Everbright Avenue
Franklin, TN 37064
corrie.maxwell@williamsoncounty-tn.gov
(615) 786-0186, ext. 2517


Jay Inman PhotoJay Inman
Performing Arts Center Technical Coordinator

With a lifelong love of the arts and a passion for technical excellence, Jay Inman is excited to bring his knowledge and experience to Williamson County’s Performing Arts Center at Academy Park. Originally from Morristown, TN, Jay has lived in the Nashville area for three years and is excited to continue putting down roots in the area. He studied Recording Industry Management with a concentration in Audio Production and a minor in Economics at Middle Tennessee State University.

When he’s not engineering live productions at the Performing Arts Center, you’ll likely find Jay in the studio producing/engineering records or working on a film project. In his free time, Jay loves to explore the world with his favorite camera in hand, eat ice cream, and play Spikeball. 


Contact Information:
Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park
112 Everbright Avenue
Franklin, TN 37064
jay.inman@williamsoncounty-tn.gov
(615) 786-0186, ext. 2516