• Our next season is next level

    Five world premieres. BeBe Winans. Pearl Cleage. A Pulitzer winner. Dad's Garage. C.S. Lewis. Two Alliance/Kendeda competition winners. It's all happening in our 2015/16 Season, and it's all available right now as part of a Season Ticket package.
  • The 20th anniversary staging

    Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Alliance Theatre world premiere of Blues for an Alabama Sky by Atlanta's own Pearl Cleage, on the Alliance Stage from April 15–May 10.
  • An all-Atlanta world premiere

    A haunting blend of Appalachian folk music, a Southern Gothic murder mystery, and classical theatre by Atlanta's own Phillip DePoy. Edward Foote is on our Hertz Stage now–April 19.
  • A musical adventure for the whole family

    Roald Dahl's surreal classic is brought to life in a Broadway-style musical, featuring music and lyrics from Tony-nominated Pasek and Paul (A Christmas Story). Be a part of James's band of travelers now–March 29.
  • Spring Break Camps!

    Did the groundhog see its shadow? Doesn't matter—spring break is coming April 6 either way, and that means spring break drama camps! Spots are still available for our camps, from April 6–10.
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Trotter. James Henry Trotter.

James Bond can keep his Aston Martin. This James knows how to travel: by giant peach. See all of the whimsical magic of Roald Dahl's classic novel on stage in a 75-minute Broadway-style musical with music/lyrics by Tony Award-nominated Pasek and Paul (A Christmas Story).

March 14–29

Our next world premiere

Some of Atlanta's best actors and singers take on this haunting Southern Gothic murder mystery, layered with Appalachian folk music. See it on our Hertz Stage now–April 19.

The mystery is on

Our latest Hertz Stage world premiere is a dark, spooky mystery lined with haunting arrangements of Applachian folk songs. You'll want to bring a friend...

What's new?

Alliance Theatre announces the projects chosen for its 2nd annual Reiser Atlanta Artists Lab. Learn more.

The Woodruff Arts Center has received a $6.6 million grant from the Lettie Pate Evans Foundation to support family programming at the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and High Museum of Art.  Learn more.

The Woodruff Arts Center has received a transformative $38 million grant from the Woodruff Foundation. Funds will support a complete renovation of the Alliance Stage. Learn more.

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The Woodruff Arts Center announced today that it has a received a $6.6 million grant to support ‘Art From The Start’, a new program designed to provide families and students greater access to the Arts Center’s art and arts education work.

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Funding To Support Alliance Theatre Renovation, Matching Grant For Core Artistic, Educational Programs and Positions for the Atlanta Symphony,

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