• Black Friday

    On Friday, November 27, select performances of every production in the 2015/16 Season will be buy one, get one 50% off. Including A Christmas Carol. And you won't have to wait in any lines or bust a single door.
  • Chris Kayser is back!

    Chris Kayser, long-time Alliance Scrooge and one of Atlanta's favorite actors, is back in A Christmas Carol—but this time he's the one doing the haunting. Don't miss Chris as the ghost of Jacob Marley, haunting our newest Scrooge, David de Vries, in our Broadway-scale production of A Christmas Carol, beginning November 19.
  • It's here!

    Christmas? No, not that. Thanksgiving? Closer, but no—it's A Christmas Carol! Now through December 27, enjoy the best that the holiday season has to offer with our beloved production of the Charles Dickens classic, featuring David de Vries as Ebenezer Scrooge.
  • Ho ho ho.

    Last Christmas, Dad's Garage took over the Alliance's Basement—you know, the Hertz Stage—for a raucous holiday show. Well, we forgot to get their key back from them, and they've decided to show up again. "This is definitely the last time. Probably. Maybe." Hang out in our basement/Dad's Garage from November 27–December 19.
  • Get #unscrooged on December 1

    Tuesday, December 1 is Giving Tuesday. Think of it like Black Friday, or Cyber Monday…only you’ll be making an investment in the artistic and cultural life of our city and the education of our children instead of fighting over a flatscreen TV.

Special pricing for students and young professionals

Bring us an ID that says you're either a student or under 35 and you can enjoy our entire 2015/16 Season for $50 or $75, respectively. That's like skipping less than a dozen meals at Chipotle. For virtually unlimited theatrical thrill rides. Deal of the century? Yes.

Student Impromptu Pass »
≤35: Access Pass »

Dinner and a show?

This holiday season, find special dinner & show packages for both of our holiday shows—A Christmas Carol and Merry %#!*ing Christmas. You'll get a three-course pre-theatre meal at a great Midtown restaurant plus a ticket to the show, all for one amazing price.

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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  • Develop and produce powerful new plays
  • Foster new playwrights
  • Strengthen the national theatre field by supporting the work of emerging writers
  • Establish Atlanta and its local theatres as key venues for launching original and compelling plays
  • Introduce Atlanta audiences to the country’s brightest playwrights
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Alliance Rendering 1

The Alliance Theatre has released final design renderings of its theater transformation, which is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2017. This is the first major building reinvention for the theater since its construction in 1968 as part of the Woodruff Arts Center campus. The Alliance Theatre will perform its 2017/18 season in 12 different locations in the metro Atlanta area, bringing live theater out into the community it serves. The Alliance plans to return to its new theater space for its 50th anniversary season in the fall of 2018.

Sal Viscuson

We had the great privilege of sitting down with actor Sal Viscuso to talk about his role as Denny in A Steady Rain and about his history a

Susan V. Booth was honored today at the Georgia State Capitol as a recipient of Gov.



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