• Faithful friends who are dear to us...

    ...gather near to us once more! One of Atlanta's greatest holiday traditions is here—it's A Christmas Carol at the Alliance. And it's the last time we'll do this version with this set; it'll all be reimagined after this season as part of our upcoming renovation.
  • Music, stories, fun, and surprises.

    Courtenay Collins is a long-time favorite of Atlanta audiences thanks to her wit and quirky southern charm. This December, she makes the Hertz Stage her home—and you're all welcome to make yourselves at home, too, for an evening of holiday fun.

Give them everything.

The $125 Impromptu Pass will get your favorite people into nearly every performance of every show this season. It's the best way to give Alliance tickets since you don't have to guess at dates and you're basically giving them unlimited tickets all the way through our 2016/17 season.

It's just plain fun

Courtenay's Cabaret: Home for the Holidays is pure holiday entertainment, with a live band, an amazing host, and a ton of surprises. Join in the fun on our Hertz Stage now through December 24.

Family Nights

Four show tickets, parking, a keepsake family photo, and a pre-show choir, all for one low price—don't miss one of our four Family Nights for A Christmas Carol.

The Carter's Pajama Program is back

We're an official drop-off location for the Carter's Pajama Program. Bring new PJs in kid's sizes and drop them in one of the bins in our lobby from November 14 through the end of December and give a good night's sleep to a little one in need.

You can also donate directly to the program at carters.com/pajamaprogram

New this winter: Winter Break Drama Camp

Make the most of Winter Break with our brand new series of day camps for young actors in grades K–5 from December 19–23. Register for one day or all five—each day focuses on a different facet of theater!

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Alliance Stage rendering

The Alliance will name its main stage the Coca-Cola Stage following its upcoming renovation. The name recognizes a major contribution from The Coca-Cola Company to the Woodruff Arts Center’s Transformation Campaign.

Moby Dick Photo

In an effort to cater to the busy theatre patron with the full schedule, here are five reasons why you should strongly consider spending an afternoon or evening on the Pequod.

Bill Nunn - Blues for an Alabama Sky

Alliance Theatre Playwright in Residence Pearl Cleage remembers her friend and colleague, actor Bill Nunn (Do the Right Thing, Spider Man), who starred as Sam in her world premiere production, Blues for an Alabama Sky.



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