The Theatre for the Very Young's production of Waiting for Balloon. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Teen Audience Fusion

Partner middle and high schools will engage in a year-long exploration with the Woodruff Arts Center’s performing arts—experiencing a wide range of arts genres and contributing to a community-wide conversation. Students will attend evening performances accompanied by dinner and a workshop tied directly to an Alliance Theatre production. While student matinees remain an integral program through which the Center is able to serve thousands of students of all ages throughout the year, this program will be a unique opportunity to create genuine intergenerational dialogue between the teens in our community and our local arts patrons.

For more information, contact Mary Alice Nichols at or 404.733.4703.


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