Alliance Series

The 2017/18 Alliance Series is a celebration of our audience, of Atlanta, and of some amazing art and culturual venues. This series includes four amazing productions in four great places. You'll see a stage adaptation of the Academy Award-winning Shakespeare in Love at the Conant Center; the hilarious and heartwarming romantic comedy Crossing Delancey at the Marcus JCC; two one-act Pearl Cleage plays (including a world premiere) at the Southwest Arts Center; and finally a monumental collaboration with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in Candide in Symphony Hall. Plus, you'll get all of the fantastic benefits of being an Alliance Theatre Season Ticket holder.

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Alliance Series
presented by The Coca-Cola Company

Wed, Aug 30 to Sun, Sep 24

Young Will Shakespeare has writer's block... the deadline for his new play is fast approaching but he's in desperate need of inspiration. That is, until he finds his muse – Viola.

Sat, Oct 7 to Sat, Nov 18

The play that inspired the hit film, Crossing Delancey is the story of Izzy, a beautiful, intelligent, single young woman, and her 80-year-old Bubbie, who is determined to see her granddaughter get married before she dies. Giving Cupid a nudge, this irascible granny hires a matchmaker and sets out to find her granddaughter the perfect mate. But will Sam, the neighborhood pickle man, be the kind of man Izzy has in mind?

Fri, Mar 23 to Sun, Apr 15

Alliance Theatre Mellon Playwright in Residence Pearl Cleage offers two one-act plays separated by 30 years but connected by the presence of Jenny Anderson, whose longing to understand her mother in Hospice has become the center of her life in Pointing at the Moon.

Wed, May 9 to Sun, May 20

The Alliance Theatre and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will co-produce a concert staging of the Tony Award-winning musical Candide in Symphony Hall.



We've officially hit summer here in Atlanta, and while temperatures are rising outside, we're staging the hottest dance party inside: The Dancing Granny. But with all there is to do this season, why should you grab the kids and come see the show?

A little known fact about the Alliance?
"We are the largest producing theatre in Georgia and if you break out our education department and its shows, that would be the second."

What is your hope for the future?
"For myself, I want to be happy. Motivation to succeed. For humanity, I wish for there to be more understanding, without disregard or hate."



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