This production was staged as part of our 2011/12 Season

Into the Woods

Into the Woods

August 31 to October 2, 2011 | On the Alliance Stage
Part of the Alliance Series

"...a full-out, Broadway-scale extravaganza...a visual knockout that will not disappoint..." —Wendell Brock for the AJC

"It doesn't get much better than this...a great story filled with wonderful music, an outstanding cast, and terrific scenery..." —Susan Asher, arts critic

"[Susan V. Booth] is using a very talented youth orchestra; and they deliver - in spades." —Manning Harris, Atlanta INtown Paper

"...visually gorgeous..." —Manning Harris, Atlanta INtown Paper

Romance. Magic. Consequences.

The beloved Tony Award-winning musical allows you to slip into a world where magic beans create a ladder to the sky, Prince Charming is one golden slipper away, and wolves haunt the forest. Filled with soaring melodies by Stephen Sondheim, the master of modern American musical theatre, Into the Woods is a spellbinding musical filled with romancemagic and the unexpected consequences of dreams that come true.

In a unique collaboration between the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Atlanta Federation of Musicians, the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra, the ASO Talent Development Programs, and the Alliance Theatre, a regional ensemble of young musicians will accompany the show and provide a visible underscoring of the show’s central message – “Careful what you say…children will listen.”

Cast & Crew


  • 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 »

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