Tickets for select performances of our Broadway-scale production of the holiday classic will be 25% off—for one day only!
This fall, join us for happy hour, dinner, or brunch—and then see a show! With Play After Work, Dinner & Show packages, and Mimosas & Matinées, you'll get food, special pricing, and special locations, plus a great show on the Alliance or Hertz Stage like Ugly Lies the Bone or Moby Dick.
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.
The voice of middle schoolers rarely shows up on stage, and it's usually through an adult's perspective. This fall, we're putting the real challenges, thoughts, and feelings of real Atlanta middle schoolers on stage in a story that hits home—without being a bummer or feeling like an after-school special. You know what we mean. See Slur on November 5 only.
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The Alliance Theatre is the lead producing theatre in the Southeast, creating the powerful experience of shared theatre for diverse people on two stages. We value excellence, pursued with integrity and creativity, and achieved through collaboration. We deliver powerful programming that challenges adult and youth audiences to think critically and care deeply.
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.
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.