Season Opening Celebration

September 13, 2014
5:30 pm

Honoring Billye & Hank Aaron

Thank you to those who supported the Alliance Theatre by sponsoring and attending the 2014/15 Season Opening Celebration!

With your support, we continue to fulfill our mission of creating the powerful experience of shared theatre for diverse audiences. We began this larger than life season with the world premiere musical  Bull Durham, and we have an introspective staging of Natasha Trethewey’s book of poetry, Native Guard, following right on its heels. In addition to supporting these and the rest of our groundbreaking work on stage this season, your gift helps support all of the incredible educational work of the Alliance Theatre.  A field leader in early childhood education, the Alliance Theatre’s arts integration programs continue to impact student learning throughout metro Atlanta.  Our Theatre for Youth & Families and Theatre for the Very Young programs provide world class artistic experiences for the youngest members in our community.  Thanks to your support, we are able to continue inspiring young minds and expanding young hearts throughout Atlanta.

Your support of the Alliance Theatre’s Season Opening Celebration directly impacts the theatre’s ability to continue creating new work and offering world-class artists a place to create here in Atlanta. Thank you. 

Please contact Bryan Saxon with any questions at 404.733.5186 or


Presented By


Sponsored by

                  Georgia Power





Media sponsor

The Atlantan

Please click on the link below for a full listing of the Season Opening Celebration Corporate and Patron Sponsors.

Listing of current Corporate and Patron Sponsors of the 2014/15 Season Opening Celebration.

Corporate sponsors of the Season Opening Celebration get great benefits throughout the 2014/15 Season.

Find out about the wonderful benefits available to patron sponsors of the Season Opening Celebration.


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