This production was staged as part of our 2012/13 Season

A Child's Garden of Verses

A Child's Garden of Verses

March 11 to March 30, 2013 | On the Black Box Theatre
Theatre for the Very Young

All performances of A Child's Garden of Verses are sold out.

Best enjoyed by children ages 18 months to 5 years

Back by popular demand! The Alliance Theatre for the Very Young presents A Child's Garden of Verses, a highly interactive multi-sensory performance for very young children and their grown-ups. A "cultural" garden in which children can grow their imaginations, and become gardeners themselves!

Explore the sounds and sensations of nature as you journey through a magical garden. Children will be actively engaged in this multi-sensory performance as they willingly become a part of the artistic experience.

For additional information about Theatre for the Very Young or questions about purchasing tickets, please contact Olivia Aston at or 404.733.4702.

All performances of Theatre for the Very Young are presented in the Black Box Theatre on the 3rd floor of the Woodruff Memorial Arts Building.

Every audience member, no matter how young or old, must purchase a ticket.

For on-campus directions and fun guide, CLICK HERE.


What moms are saying about A Child's Garden of Verses:

"Thank you for creating something so special for families."

"Both of my daughters loved this show, and I found that impressive since one is almost 5 and the other is 19 months old. I was thrilled, too, to see how well the actors handled the roaming children at various points, too."

"We absolutely LOVED A Child's Garden of Verses!"

Cast & Crew


  • Mother Robin
    Denise is slap happy to be back in the garden with some of her favorite people. Atlanta credits include Ferdinand the Bull, and Go Dog Go! at the Alliance... read more »
  • Actor/Musician
    Scott is delighted to work with such an amazing group of people. He has composed and performed music for the Alliance Theatre, Theatre in the Square, Kaiser Permanente... read more »
  • Tom
    Terry is honored to make his Alliance Stage debut! Regional credits include I And You (Arts Garage), A Chorus Line (Aurora Theatre), 1001 Nights... read more »
  • Old Gardener
    Actress, storyteller, teacher, writer and singer Holly is well-known for her expressiveness, energy, versatility and humor. She is thrilled to be returning for another... read more »

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