This production was staged as part of our 2013/14 Season

Shrek the Musical

Shrek the Musical

February 22 to March 16, 2014 | On the Alliance Stage
Part of the Family Series

Best enjoyed by children in grades K–6
Run time: approximately 75 minutes

This production is featured as part of our FAMILIES Centerstage event on March 8.

A delight for the whole family, this musical based on the beloved Dreamworks film character and William Steig’s 1990s book will charm even the hardest ogre-ness out of everyone. This wonderful musical ran for 12 months on Broadway and is now adapted to a family friendly one-act experience. 

Watch the ogre Shrek leave his home and give up his privacy to rescue the princess Fiona, herself under a curse that makes her nervous about her looks. In this fairy tale world, there is someone for everyone no matter what they look like. Under the guidance of theatrical magician Rosemary Newcott, this show will transport audiences to a rich visual experience with a hilarious take on fairy tales. Magic for the kids, romance for the romantics, and snarky humor for all.

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Cast & Crew


  • Shrek
    Caleb is very happy to be back at the Alliance for this production. You may remember him from last season as Shrek in Shrek the Musical. Other Atlanta credits... read more »
  • Fiona
    Galen is happy to be back at the Alliance. You may remember her from the Hertz Stage, where she played Missie Eliason in Broke. Favorite roles in town include the... read more »
  • Lord Farquaad/Guard/Knight
    Broadway: Beauty and the Beast (Lumiére). National tours: B&B, Wicked (Dr. Dillamond). Regional: TOTS — The Producers (Roger de Bris). Alliance credits ... read more »
  • Dragon/Mama Bear/Baby Bear/Duloc Folk
    Danyé is extremely grateful to be making her Alliance Theatre debut in this fun-loving family production. She holds an M.F.A. in theatre from UCLA. Selected Atlanta... read more »
  • Donkey
    Monté is overwhelmingly grateful to be making his Alliance Theatre debut. Monté is a graduate of the Conservatory of Performing Arts at Point Park University (B.F.A.... read more »
  • Wolf/Thelonious/Knight/Duloc Folk/Bishop/Grumpy Dwarf
    Jeff has made Atlanta his artistic home for the past 27 years as a performer, director, choreographer and educator. Out of 10 nominations, he has received two Suzi Bass... read more »
  • Gingy/Wicked Witch/3 Pigs/Bluebird
    Marcie has been a professional actress in Atlanta for 16 years. She was last seen on the Alliance stage as the Wicked Witch/Gingy in Shrek the Musical. At ... read more »
  • Peter Pan/Teen Fiona/Duloc Folk/Young Fiona
    Lyndsay is delighted to be returning to the Alliance stage! She previously appeared as Natalie Goodman in Next to Normal. Other credits include Christmas Canteen 2013,... read more »
  • Ugly Duckling/Knight/Duloc Folk/Pinocchio
    Jeremy is thrilled to be back at the Alliance Theatre. Some of his favorite Atlanta credits include Shrek: The Musical; A Christmas Carol; By the Way, Meet Vera Stark;... 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 »
  • Stage Manager
    Liz is so happy to spend the holiday season with A Christmas Carol again this year. Other Alliance credits include: Ugly Lies the Bone; Pancakes, Pancakes!; ... read more »
  • Music Director
    An Atlanta native, Christopher is proud to be returning to the Alliance Theatre. Alliance credits include Honk!; Shrek the Musical; Disney’s Mulan; Seussical... 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 »
  • Costume Design
    Sydney is an award-winning costume designer who has been designing for Atlanta and regional theaters for many years. She designed last season’s Tell Me My Dream... read more »
  • Choreographer
    Henry is pleased to be working with the Alliance TYA team for an eighth season. Previous choreography includes Mulan, Suessical, Go Dog Go!, Honk, Aladdin, Wizard of Oz... read more »
  • Lighting Design
    Pete Shinn Memorial FundPete Shinn was the Electrics Manager and a frequent Lighting Designer for the Alliance Theatre for 38 years, right up until his untimely passing... read more »
  • Puppet Coach/Consultant
    Jason has been the resident puppet builder at the Center for Puppetry Arts since 2002, designing and building shows such as Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat, Rudolph... read more »


  • Director
    As the Sally G. Tomlinson Artistic Director of Theatre for Youth and Families, Rosemary has blissfully directed dozens of productions such as A Christmas Carol, Slur... read more »


  • Understudy for Fiona/Dragon/Mama Bear/Baby Bear/Duloc Folk/Gingy/Wicked Witch/3 Pigs/Bluebird/Peter Pan/Teen Fiona/Young Fiona
    Loren is very grateful for her first opportunity with the Alliance Theatre. As an actor and a singer since age 7, she has performed in numerous productions through the... read more »
  • Understudy for Shrek/Lord Farquaad/Guard/Knight
    Robert is incredibly honored to be making his Alliance Theatre debut with this extraordinary production! A native of Cleveland, Ga., Robert is a proud graduate of Brenau... read more »
  • Understudy for Donkey/Wolf/Thelonious/Knight/Duloc Folk/Bishop/Grumpy Dwarf/Ugly Duckling/Pinocchio Puppeteer
    Alex is proud to be working with Alliance Theatre again after understudying for Choir Boy and Shrek last fall. His Atlanta credits include Robin Hood, Petite Rouge: The... 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?

A little known fact about the Alliance?
"We are the largest producing theatre in Georgia and if you break out our education department and its shows, that would be the second."

What is your hope for the future?
"For myself, I want to be happy. Motivation to succeed. For humanity, I wish for there to be more understanding, without disregard or hate."



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