The cast of the 2014 world premiere of The Tall Girls. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Be an advocate

Government grants provide irreplaceable support to the Alliance Theatre, benefiting the entire community. The Alliance is grateful for support from the following agencies:

Become an informed advocate by using the following resources to get the most up-to-date information about the current state of the arts:

  • Americans for the Arts
    Americans for the Arts is the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education.
  • Georgia Arts Network
    Georgia Arts Network is the designated State Arts Action Network (SAAN) member for Americans for the Arts. Here is where you will find the latest calls to action and links to contact local representatives.
  • Theatre Communications Group
    Theatre Communications Group is the primary advocate for the not-for-profit professional theatre in the United States. TCG represents the theatre field both in Washington, DC, and nationally to provide timely information for theatres and theatre artists on federal legislation, regulations, and other significant government opportunities and issues.


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