• We can rebuild her...

    This is a story about Jess—a tough, beautiful, funny, but wounded and vulnerable soldier—and her attempt to go home again. Will she be tough enough for that? With the help of her dysfunctional but determined family and some cutting-edge VR therapy, she just might be. See it on the Hertz Stage now–October 9.
  • If only high school taught it like this.

    This October, hunt the white whale in an intense, action-packed, and acrobatic production of the classic, performed with the trademark ingenuity and style of the Lookingglass Theatre Company (if you saw it, you definitely remember their Lookingglass Alice).

A powerful new drama

Don't miss our Hertz Stage season opener—a viscrerally relevant and timely drama the AJC calls "a haunting meditation on bravery and cowardice, love and loss, pain and healing, fantasy and reality." Ugly Lies the Bone is a hopeful story about a soldier, a woman, a town, and a country fighting for recovery while struggling with all of the emotional—and technological—tools at hand.

Can you do it? I can do it!

Don't miss the next production in our Kathy & Ken Bernhardt Theatre for the Very Young series—From Head to Toe, based on the beautiful and interactive Eric Carle book. The fun is happening from September 24–November 6. 

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The Alliance Teen Ensemble has the opportunity to see and review each production during the season. See their responses to "Ugly Lies the Bone."

Brooks Ashmanskas, playing Barry Glickman in "The Prom," is a veteran of the stage, having performed in over 20 productions on and off Broadway.

The Prom’s “Mrs. Greene” is portrayed by Atlanta’s own Courtenay Collins.



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