Alliance Stage Series Presented by The Coca-Cola Company
A world premiere by Janece Shaffer
For young sisters Rosalee and Louisa Geller, Atlanta is full of opportunity and optimism for the future. Rosalee has finally convinced her father to help her open her own dress shop (maybe) and Louisa’s childhood sweetheart is about to officially pop the question (they’ve practically been engaged since she was six years old). Yep, any day now…
Life-long performer and Tony Award nominee Maurice Hines (Uptown…It’s Hot!; Sophisticated Ladies) narrates his glamorous career through tap as he inspires love and appreciation of this amazing art form. With song and dance, Hines pays tribute to his brother, Gregory Hines, and the singers who have inspired him, from Frank Sinatra to Lena Horne. Tappin’ Thru Life will be accompanied by the Diva Orchestra, an all-female nine-piece big band.
Hertz Stage Series presented by Turner
Evie is a master of relationships. Other people’s relationships. That’s why she has a waiting list of classmate clients willing to pay her top dollar to get their GFs and BFs back. How? She uses strategy, finds people’s weaknesses, and then attacks with words weaponized with just the right amount of guilt, longing, and/or lust – whatever a relationship may need. You know, all the skills and tactics she picked up on the way to becoming one of the best World of Warcraft players in the world.
Sometimes basketball is the only way out. Even for a girl. Even in the Dust Bowl of the 1930s.
The tiny hamlet of Poor Prairie doesn’t see a lot of folks coming into town, least of all men – they’ve all left to find desperately needed work. So when one gets off the train, everybody talks, especially the high school girls looking for a meal ticket. The marryin’ kind.
Family Series presented by Delta
Celebrate Atlanta’s finest actors in this magnificent staging of Charles Dickens's classic Christmas tale. On Christmas Eve, Scrooge is visited by four ghosts offering perspective: his old partner Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future. A magical tradition for the whole family, and a great way to see the work of Atlanta's best actors portraying Dickens’s beloved characters.
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.
Theatre for the Very Young
A whimsically theatrical and imaginative journey through an anything-but-normal day, created especially for the very young with original music by the Japanese "pajama-pop" band Lullatone.
Inspired by the fun and inventive children's songs of Woody Guthrie, Songs to Grow On invites children on a one of a kind journey across the country in search of the sounds of America. A tale of friendship, travel, and most of all the love of song, this unforgettable experience celebrates the joyful noise of harmony.
*Performances on Saturday, March 29, 2014 will take place in Goodson Yard at The Goat Farm Arts Center at 1200 Foster Street, Atlanta, GA 30318.
Previously This Season
Each year we invite members of the Atlanta Miracle League to attend the final dress rehearsal of A Christmas Carol.
The Alliance is thrilled to participate in the Young Playwrights for Change: The Anti-Bully Project, a national playwriting contest for middle school students.
Our teen ensemble has the opportunity to see every show we produce this season. Here are some of their reviews of "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark."
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