AiM began its first theatre season in 2001 performing The Best Christmas Pageant Ever at the Selmer Community Center. Over the next few years AiM developed a reputation for children's theatre putting on an average of four performances a year at McNairy Central High School's Little Theatre. Volunteer directors and actors came from all over the surrounding area forming a true community theatre. The troupe was nomadic holding open auditions at the Selmer Community Center and rehearsals at various public buildings or churches. The program continued to grow rapidly incorporating adults and tackling more ambitious play and musical theatre. These performance opportunities attracted hundreds of amateur actors and increasingly wider audiences from around the region.
In 2012, AiM finally gained a home of its own in the McNairy County Visitor's and Cultural Center (The Latta). Into the Woods, marked the ambitious christening of the new theater and the Performing Arts committee now produces a half dozen or more, musicals, plays, improvised works, and revues annually in the beautiful, state of the art, 200 seat venue. The program continues to attract new actors and audiences from all over Southwest Tennessee and North Mississippi. AiM's community theatre program is widely regarded as one of the most active and diverse rural theatre groups in the state.