Two childlike hobo-clown characters are waiting near the railroad tracks for “balloon.” The problem is that neither of them knows exactly what “balloon” is. Through delightful trial and error, exploration and interaction with the audience, the two piece together what makes a balloon a balloon and celebrate all that is discovered while we wait! This is a joyous introduction to gentle clowning and the joy of creating puppets from found objects.
Funding To Support Alliance Theatre Renovation, Matching Grant For Core Artistic, Educational Programs and Positions for the Atlanta Symphony,
Based on the beloved best-selling novel by Natalie Babbitt, TUCK EVERLASTING is an exhilarating story about everlasting love, never-ending life, and discovering what it means to truly feel alive.
Today (12/17/14) members of the Alliance Theatre’s 25th annual Christmas Carol cast presented gifts... read
Planning for the 2nd annual Woodruff Arts Center Educator Conference is underway! Keep an eye out for... read
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Try an acting class! We are offering our FREE acting workshops... read
- Our Christmas Carol cast collected money to provide gifts for a family in need. See the 5 kids' reactions t.co/zSVyTDxKNy #ScroogeATL
- The last "A Christmas Carol" #FamilyNight is tonight! We are looking forward to hearing those carolers in the lobby! #ScroogeATL
- New TVY show is getting ready! RT @MrScottieR: Snapshot: Mexican Folk Art Tree Orbs or Alien Eggs?! #LizardAndElSol t.co/DSALvfmqa4