This production was staged as part of our 2016/17 Season

Courtenay's Cabaret: Home for the Holidays

Courtenay's Cabaret: Home for the Holidays

December 2 to December 24, 2016 | On the Hertz Stage
Part of the Hertz Series

Contains: Holiday sassiness. Recommended for ages 13 and up.

Don't miss a special Friday matinée—December 23 at 2:30 p.m.

"Make no mistake: Joy is what Ms. Collins's show is about. It's a completely charming evening of music, patter, and surprises that you will not want to end." —Manning Harris for Atlanta INtown

Atlanta favorite Courtenay Collins brings her popular holiday cabaret show to the Hertz Stage for an exclusive engagement. Join Courtenay for an evening of music, drinks, stories, laughter—and maybe even home-baked cookies—on the Hertz Stage. Accompanied by a live band, Courtenay sings holiday classics and new favorites with the wit and quirky Southern charm that has won her fans from Atlanta to New York City.

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Cast & Crew


  • Star
    Courtenay is happily premiering in her first Theatre for Young Audiences production. Other Alliance shows: Courtenay's Cabaret: Home for the Holidays, The Prom,... read more »


  • Sound Design
    Clay has been the Resident Sound Designer at the Alliance Theatre for 16 years and has designed more than 90 productions including 26 world premieres, 30 musicals and 23... read more »
  • Writer
    Courtenay is happily premiering in her first Theatre for Young Audiences production. Other Alliance shows: Courtenay's Cabaret: Home for the Holidays, The Prom,... read more »
  • Costume Design
    This is Jeff’s 2nd season at the Alliance. In his 30 year career in regional theater he has designed costumes for over 75 productions. Of those shows, 50 have been... read more »
  • Set Design
    Kat returns to the Alliance after designing last season’s Shrek the Musical. Previous shows for the Alliance include Charlotte's Web, Holidays with the Chalks... read more »
  • Lighting Design
    Joseph is excited to work with this fantastically talented Alliance team to help bring some amazing work to the stage for your enjoyment. In 30 years of... read more »
  • Bass
    A native of Atlanta Georgia, Scott learned music early at home from a singing mom, a coronet-playing dad and old country grandparents who listened to music of the world... read more »
  • Music Director & Conductor/Keyboard
    Amanda serves as coordinator of musical theater & an assistant professor at Kennesaw State University. At KSU, she teaches classes in musical theater... read more »
  • Drums
    Quinton is making his Hertz Stage debut, but he is no stranger to the Alliance Theatre. He was most recently a member of the musical staff for Born for This (... read more »
  • Stage Manager
    John, who comes from Springfield, Ohio, has been steadily employed in the entertainment industry since 1975. He was educated at Ohio State University and interned for... read more »
  • Resident Stage Manager
    Bret could not be happier to be working on The Magic Negro. Previous credits here at the Alliance include Troubadour, Courtenay’s Cabaret: Home for the... read more »


  • Director
    Susan V. Booth joined the Alliance Theatre in 2001 and has initiated the Collision Project for teens, the Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition,... read more »

Audience Feedback



We've officially hit summer here in Atlanta, and while temperatures are rising outside, we're staging the hottest dance party inside: The Dancing Granny. But with all there is to do this season, why should you grab the kids and come see the show?

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