The Alliance Theatre and its educational programs provide teachers with resources for integrating the arts into their classrooms and engaging students as artists and patrons. The Alliance Theatre Institute provides in-school residency programs and teacher professional development across the state of Georgia. The Alliance Theatre’s school day performances offer students the opportunity to see professional theater productions through their schools. Teen Audience Fusion is a unique program that creates intergenerational dialogue between the teens in the Atlanta community and its local arts patrons. For three weeks each summer, the Palefsky Collision Project assembles a diverse group of 20 teenagers from metro Atlanta to explore and unpack a classic text under the guidance of a professional playwright and director.
Tickets for Teachers
In appreciation for all you do to expand the hearts and minds of our students, Tickets for Teachers is a unique program that provides educators with free tickets for select early performances of all Alliance Theatre productions.
Looking for information on attending one of our school-day performances? Our Theatre for Youth and Families productions are performed frequently on school days, and our other productions include at least one performance during a school day for field trips.
Alliance Theatre Institute
Learn more about our innovative Alliance Theatre Institute and how you can participate.
Teen Audience Fusion
The Alliance Theatre, together with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, has adapted a nationally-awarded model developed by Dallas Theater Center to engage teens with authentic performing arts experiences during the current season. In partnership with the Atlanta Public School System, the Theatre and Symphony partner with Title 1 APS high schools and middle schools for Alliance productions and Symphony concerts.