Crystal Fox in the 2012 world premiere of Pearl Cleage's What I Learned in Paris. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Foundation and Institutional gifts

Foundation support plays a crucial role in furthering the Alliance Theatre's commitment to creating new works for the American Theatre, sustaining our nationally recognized educational programs, and remaining affordable and accessible to the Atlanta community.

For more information regarding foundation support, contact Collins Goss at 404.733.4711 or collins.goss@alliancetheatre.org.

The Alliance is grateful for support from the following foundations:

$100,000+

  • The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
  • The Kendeda Fund
  • The Shubert Foundation

$50,000+

  • Edgerton Foundation New American Play Award
  • Fulton County Arts & Culture
  • R. Howard Dobbs, Jr. Foundation
  • The Zeist Foundation

$25,000+

  • City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs
  • The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust
  • The Rich Foundation

$10,000+

  • Georgia Council for the Arts
  • Thalia & Michael C. Carlos Foundation
  • Frances Wood Wilson Foundation
  • The Mark & Evelyn Trammell Foundation
  • Georgia Council for the Arts
  • National Endowment for the Arts

$5,000+

  • John and Mary Franklin Foundation
  • The Charles Loridans Foundation, Inc.
  • Theatre Communications Group

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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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