Courtney Patterson and Joe Sykes in the 2014 world premiere of The Geller Girls. Photo by Jeff Roffman.

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In our 2016/17 season, the Alliance Theatre celebrates 48 years of great theatre. This season honors a rich legacy of quality theatre, a unique national profile noted for its focus on new works, and a steadfast promise to reach out to Atlanta to connect with a diverse audience. By supporting the Alliance, you are leaving a legacy of great artistic performance for the whole community.

As a leading national theatre, we do more than just create theatre for our patrons. The Alliance Theatre's commitment to education and new play development sets us apart and creates opportunities for students of all ages to experience the impact theatre can have on learning.

  • Our education programs reach more than 70,000 Georgia children each year through performances and school arts programs.
  • The Alliance is home to the Kendeda Graduate Playwriting Competition, a one-of-a-kind national competition which allows our audiences to enjoy a first encounter with some of tomorrow's breakthrough plays and playwrights.
  • Each year the Alliance presents over 350 performances to diverse audiences, reaching more than 200,000 people.
  • The strength and power of our national profile are reflected in the Regional Theatre Tony Award® for Outstanding Achievement that we received in 2007.

We need your support of the arts in Atlanta now more than ever.  With a tax-deductible gift to the Alliance, you not only preserve our exceptional education and new play initiatives, but allow us to grow and reach our dream together.

Ticket sales cover only a small portion of our expenses — less than half. It is your generosity that provides the rest. We thank you for your consideration and we promise to continue our commitment to Atlanta — to be a national theatre with a local address.

We hold two major fundraising events each season – show your support in style!

» A Tony Evening
» Season Opening Gala

Learn about being an usher, participating in one of our Guilds, or volunteering to help out with day-to-day Alliance activities and events.

There are several ways to make a financial contribution to the Alliance Theatre.

» Giving as an individual
» Corporate partnerships
» Foundation and institutional giving


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