The cast of the 2011 world premiere of Bring It On: The Musical. Photo by Greg Mooney.


The Alliance Stage and Hertz Stage are equipped with the following accessibility features for the performances indicated:

All Perfomances

Infrared Listening Devices 

For patrons with impaired hearing, listening devices are available free of charge (available for performances on the Alliance Stage only). Please see the House Manager at your performance for details.

Wheelchair Access

The Alliance Theatre is equipped with a wheelchair deck. For information about wheelchair access and other services, call the Box Office at (404) 733-5000.

Select Performances

Audio Described Performance (for visually impaired)

Audio description is the art of speaking pictorially. This enables patrons who are blind or visually impaired to have access to this theatrical performance. Through this service, a trained describer tells the listener about the sets, costumes, and non-verbal onstage action via a portable broadcast system.
The Alliance Theatre Stage is equipped with Williams Sound Audio Described System.

Side-sign Interpreted (for hearing impaired)



To mark the end of the Alliance Stage as we know it, and to welcome the new era with the start of the big renovation, Pearl Cleage, our Mellon Playwright in Residence, wrote a piece to commemorate this special occasion.

As a spunky gal in touch with nature in the kingdom of Kashoogie, India S. Tyree portrays a unique Cinderella in the world-premiere production of Cinderella and Fella. In between performances, India took a few minutes to give us the inside scoop on her role in the musical.

A quick glance at Magic Negro director Anthony LeBlanc's resume reveals a robust string of achievements likely to be the envy of any comedian in the business. One particular credit to his name may cause others to take pause: a Computer Science and Physics B.S. degree.



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