The cast of the 2011 world premiere of Bring It On: The Musical. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Events

Enjoy one-of-a-kind events as part of your Alliance Theatre experience.

Stay tuned throughout the season for special events and performances.

Special Events

May 13, 2017

A Tony Evening is the annual gala benefiting Atlanta’s own Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre and its educational programming. Save the date for this year’s A Tony Evening on Saturday, May 13, 2017.

Engagement Events

February 26, 2017 through March 12, 2017

From the subject matter to the production itself, there's so much to talk about after seeing The Temple Bombing, and we want to give you a place to talk about it with the people that made the play. Stick around after any of the performances listed below for a special series of AfterWords conversations—these discussions are free.

 

March 3, 2017

Together with the American Jewish Committee, we invite you welcome in the Sabbath at Your Bubbe's Shabbat Dinner. Your $60* ticket includes a traditional kosher Shabbat buffet and ceremony followed immediately by a performance of the world premiere of The Temple Bombing on the Alliance Stage. Use Promo Code SHABBAT60 when purchasing online or at 404.733.5000.

February 24, 2017 through March 10, 2017

Together with the American Jewish Committee, we invite you to join us before the February 24 and March 10 performances of The Temple Bombing for a traditional Shabbat ceremony and candle lighting. We will gather outside of the Alliance Stage in the North Alcove (on the balcony level of the Woodruff Arts Center). All are welcome.

 

On Friday, March 3, we will also be hosting a Shabbat meal—more information about that ticket package can be found here.

February 28, 2017

Join us in the Rich Auditorium one hour before the February 28 performance of The Temple Bombing for a pre-show conversation with Jimmy Maize, playwright and director of this world premiere production. This conversation is free; no RSVP is required.

Promotional Events

February 7, 2017 through March 9, 2017

This special Dinner & Show package includes two tickets* to a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Sunday night performance of The Temple Bombing or Too Heavy for Your Pocket and a $20 gift card for Fifth Group Restaurants—all for just $55,* including taxes and fees. Several Fifth Group Restaurants are within a mile of the Alliance.

March 4, 2017

The 2016/17 Season of Mimosas & Matinées continues with The Temple Bombing on Saturday, March 4. One low price of $40* buys your ticket to the 2:30 p.m. matinée performance of the show and an exclusive pre-show brunch buffet at Twelve Eighty. Use Promo Code MIMOSA40 when purchasing online or at 404.733.5000

February 7, 2017 through March 9, 2017

This special Dinner & Show package includes two tickets* to a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Sunday night performance of The Temple Bombing or Too Heavy for Your Pocket and a $20 gift card for Fifth Group Restaurants—all for just $55,* including taxes and fees. Several Fifth Group Restaurants are within a mile of the Alliance.

March 28, 2017 through April 13, 2017

This special Dinner & Show package includes two tickets* to a Wednesday or Thursday night performance of The Magic Negro and Other Blackity Blackness and a $20 gift card for Gordon Biersch—all for just $55,* including taxes and fees. Use Promo Code GBCARD50 when purchasing tickets online or at 404.733.5000.

BeforePlays & AfterWords

BeforePlay
BeforePlay events offer audience members the chance to engage in conversation about the behind-the-scenes production elements of the play. BeforePlays are led by Alliance Theatre staff and members of the play’s creative team including directors, designers, and technicians.  

AfterWords
AfterWords events offer audience members the opportunity to interact with cast members during a Q&A moderated by an Alliance Theatre staff member.  

February 11, 2017 through February 26, 2017

Stick around after each Saturday and Sunday matinée of Too Heavy for Your Pocket for a post-show discussion about the play—these AfterWords conversations are a great way to talk more about what you saw, and you'll get insight straight from the people that made the show happen. These conversations are free.

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