Jessica Lee Goldyn, Terrence Mann, and Lisa Gadja in the 2015 world premiere of Tuck Everlasting. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Finding your way

Once you get here, your event at the Alliance Theatre is easy to find. All of our facilities are located in the Memorial Arts Building of the Woodruff Arts Center, on the corner of 15th and Peachtree Street. 
From the parking garage, the entrance to the building is to your left and behind you as you exit the elevator. 
From MARTA, follow the signs for Arts Center Way and then cross Arts Center Way. Take either set of stairs or the elevator from Arts Center Way up to Sifly Piazza. We are across the piazza to the right.

Alliance Stage

Alliance Stage seating is located on the ground and balcony levels of the Woodruff Arts Center on the northwest side of the building (closest to the High Museum of Art). For balcony-level seats, take the stairs or elevator to the second level (indicated with a 'B' on the elevators).

Hertz Stage

The decidedly underground Hertz Stage is, well, underground. It is easily accessible from the parking garage elevators on level P4. You can also reach the Hertz Stage from just outside the north entrance to the Woodruff Arts Center (closest to the High Museum of Art). Look for the neon sign pointing your way to the Hertz Stage.

Black Box Theatre performances

Our Black Box Theatre is located on the third floor of the Woodruff Arts Center. Once on the third floor, follow the signs to the Black Box Theatre.

Acting classes & camps

Our classroom facilities are primarily on the third floor. Exceptions will be indicated when you register for a class. To find our classrooms, take any elevator to the third floor and follow the signs. Note that our rehearsal halls for Alliance and Hertz Stage productions are also on the third floor, so you may just catch a glimpse of one of your favorite actors preparing for their next show.

 

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