Keith Randolph-Smith, Crystal Fox, and Tyrone Mitchell Henderson in the 2014/15 production of Blues for an Alabama Sky. Photo by Jeff Roffman.

Once You're Here

You found us – now what? We've made it easy to find your performance, event, or class. Or if you want to enjoy a pre- or post-show meal, we've partnered with several area restaurants. Many are within walking distance of the Alliance and will occasionally offer special theatre menus and discounts for Alliance Theatre ticketholders (verify with the restaurant in advance as offers vary by date and restaurant). 

Midtown Atlanta offers some of the city's best restaurants and hotels, many of which are within walking distance of the Alliance Theatre.

The Alliance and Hertz Stages are equipped with wheelchair access and Alliance Stage performances offer infrared listening devices. Select performances feature Audio Description, Open Captioning, and Side Sign Interpreting. Visit our Accessibility page for more information and a current schedule of accessible performances.

Find your way to your performance, event, or class once you get to the Alliance Theatre.

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