The 2013 production of Zorro. Photo by Greg Mooney.

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Arts In Education Week - Strong Partnerships

Teen Audience Fusion
With each of our arts learning programs, the Alliance Theatre strives to support effective arts learning through strong partnerships and compelling engagement for students, parents, and teachers. 
We work closely with leaders at the district, school and classroom levels to assist in eliminating constraints around implementing arts education programs and to support school systems’ goals of developing high quality instruction and improved student outcomes.

Arts In Education Week is This Week!

In July of 2010, the United States House of Representative passed House Resolution 275 designating the second week of September to be “Arts in Education week.” The Alliance Theatre is proud to celebrate National Arts in Education Week, September 13-19, 2015. We are excited to shine the spotlight on our Education programs throughout the week and in particular where our programs align with the recommendations made by the Governor Nathan Deal’s Arts Learning Task Force.


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.

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



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