Season Tickets

The 2015/16 Season at the Alliance Theatre


Dear friends,

Want to get richer?

I know, trick question. Who doesn’t? But here’s the thing. By joining us last season at the Alliance Theatre, you made the work on our stages richer with your presence. We work for weeks, months, years sometimes, to create works of theatre that aren’t really complete. That completion only happens when you show up. And the artists on the stage take your questions, your attention, your energy, and they throw it in the pot—and then, voilà—a play is truly made. 

So we get how your presence enriches us.

Here’s how we think the 2015/16 season might just enrich you: 

  • In the company of 17 of Atlanta’s finest actors, you’ll get to wrestle with the soaring emotions of the contemporary American classic, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest.
  • You’ll get “I saw it first” bragging rights for a world premiere comedy (Tiger Style!), a world premiere musical (Born For This: The BeBe Winans Story), and a world premiere drama (Start Down). And your kids can share in the bragging, as we launch Pearl Cleage’s newest work—this one for middle schoolers—Tell Me My Dream.
  • You’ll get to impress your non Atlanta friends who watch ABC’s Scandal when you tell them you saw one of its lead actors shift into the role of director on A Steady Rain.
  • You’ll be armed for a killer morning-after-the-play water cooler conversation at work when you see the explosive Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Disgraced and simply have to talk about what you’re feeling.
  • Plus 5 other killer productions—see the complete list.

The fact is, by supporting the arts in Atlanta and showing up—be it here, or any of the amazing theatres our city is lucky to have—you enrich this city every bit as much as you enrich your own heart and mind. Theatre goers are a curious breed. And this city is made richer by compassionate and curious citizens like you. We are grateful to you for enriching our work—and hopeful that you’ll let us return the favor with our upcoming season. See a lot, see a little—and see how much richer you feel.

Renew, upgrade, or purchase your season ticket package online by April 3, 2015 to save an additional 10% (valid on Alliance Stage, Hertz Stage, and Impromptu Memberships/Packages only). To learn more about the full season visit us online at If you prefer to speak to a Season Ticket associate please call the Season Ticket office at 404.733.4600, Monday–Friday 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Join us?

Susan V. Booth

Jennings Hertz Artistic Director of the Alliance Theatre


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Our Hertz Stage Series includes four plays, each performed on our intimate Hertz Stage. This Series is where you'll find the world premiere of the Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition winner.

The Alliance Stage Series features four amazing productions, including two world premieres and a Pulitzer Prize winner representing the very best in American Theatre.

Your ticket, your terms. The Impromptu Pass is the ultimate in flexibility, allowing you to see every show on each of our stages virtually as many times as you want for one low price.

Choose the shows you want to see on the dates you want to see them from any of our three Series, plus our holiday shows. The only restriction? You just have to pick at least three shows. The rest is up to you.

Our award-winning Alliance Theatre Family Series productions are suitable for children – the content is family friendly and shows are approximately one hour long. This series includes both of our Family productions with the option to add our incredible A Christmas Carol.

All of our Season Ticket holders are entitled to great benefits on top of the built-in savings and early ticket-buying access, including discounts to our sister organizations at the Woodruff Arts Center.

Alliance Stage SeriesPresented by The Coca-Cola Company

Wed, Sep 2 to Sun, Sep 20

A powerful American drama exploring the beauty and danger of being a free spirit in a closed system.

Wed, Sep 30 to Sun, Oct 18

Star students and squabbling siblings Albert and Jennifer Chen used to represent the pinnacle of adolescent achievement. But when it comes to adulthood, they’re epic failures, and set out on a journey to discover their true heritage. Traveling from California to China, Tiger Style! embraces the inner slacker and the outer tiger parent in all of us.

Wed, Jan 27 to Sun, Feb 14

Winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Disgraced tells the story of Amir Kapoor, a successful lawyer who is rapidly moving up the corporate ladder while distancing himself from his Muslim roots. Cultures collide and a friendly dinner conversation quickly explodes into something far deeper and more dangerous. One of the most provocative conversation starters on religion and identity in American theater today.

Wed, Apr 13 to Sun, May 15

From the director of Motown the Musical comes the heart-warming and hilarious story of BeBe and CeCe Winans, youngest siblings of the Winans family dynasty. After becoming stars on Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker’s Praise the Lord Network, BeBe must learn to balance his desire for success with his true calling. A new American musical starring a new generation of Winans singers.

Hertz Stage Seriespresented by Turner

Fri, Sep 18 to Sun, Oct 11

A Steady Rain is a harrowing and intimate story of two Chicago policemen pushing their moral boundaries to the breaking point. Sharing a squad car, Joey and Denny bond together against an increasingly violent and deeply troubling inner city. A scorching drama with haunting performances and edge-of-your-seat dramatic tension, directed by Jeff Perry of Scandal.

Sat, Feb 13 to Sun, Mar 6

A smart and funny look at work, love and get rich quick tech start-ups. This award-winning play questions how we live, how we educate our children, and our core values around technology.

Fri, Mar 25 to Sun, Apr 17

Ethel is a glimpse into the magnificent and very complicated life of legendary stage and film star Ethel Waters. Atlanta’s own Terry Burrell brings this amazing performer to life in a one woman play with music, band, and the larger than life wit of Ethel Waters.

Family Seriespresented by Delta

Fri, Oct 30 to Sun, Nov 8

Take a trip back to the time before Instagram and ear buds when friendship could build a bridge to freedom. This play was especially written for middle schoolers and their families by Alliance Playwright in Residence Pearl Cleage, in her first show for young audiences.

Sat, Mar 5 to Sun, Mar 20

Based on the beloved novel, this magical production portrays the adventures of four siblings through the wardrobe and into the land of Narnia. C.S. Lewis's classic of love, faith, courage, and giving, with its triumph of good over evil, is one of the most-enjoyed stories of our time.


Fri, Nov 27 to Sat, Dec 19

When Santa destabilizes the world economy and global warming almost kills Frosty, Scrooge must team up with the unlikeliest Christmas hero...a lonely, single dad.

Thu, Nov 19 to Thu, Dec 24

Join the Alliance Theatre for one of Atlanta’s most treasured holiday traditions. On Christmas Eve, Scrooge is visited by ghosts offering him a chance at a better future. With an all-Atlanta cast and beautiful live music, this Broadway-scale production will warm your heart whether you’re coming again or for the first time.

Theatre for the Very Young

Wed, Oct 21 to Sun, Nov 15

Based on Mo Willems’ beloved CAT the CAT seriesthis play explores the often terrifying experience of making a new friend. Using the rhyming and simple language of the books, this theatrical experience will invite our young audience to identify Cat the Cat’s parade of animal friends, mimic their animal sounds, and even learn a new language! When Cat the Cat meets a newcomer on the scene, the audience shares in the nerves and the joy of the experience, and ultimately makes a room full of new friends themselves. Come play the play with Cat the Cat!



Tue, Jan 12 to Sun, Feb 14

Near a majestic mountain in a vast jungle with many mango trees, it has not rained for weeks and weeks. The village well and pond are dry. Monkey and his friends look everywhere for water, but they have no luck. And then Monkey remembers a story his mama used to tell him, a story about how peacocks can make it rain by dancing. Join Monkey on his journey and together, we can discover if this magical story is true. Filled with traditional Indian music and dancing, this charming retelling of a classic Indian folktale promises to engage the senses and inspire the imagination. 

Tue, Mar 8 to Sun, Apr 3

An interactive adventure based on a famous Mexican folktale about a time when El Sol, (the Sun), disappeared from the sky. Young ones and their caregivers will help the tenacious Lizard find the sleepy El Sol and finally coax him out of his hiding place. Colorful puppets and bright Mexican inspired music and dance will lead everyone along in this tropical tale that promises to culminate in a grand festival to celebrate sunshine and friendship and all the joy that life can bring!


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Featuring new & developing work by Nichole Palmietto, Mark Kendall, and Haddon Kime

TVY Grant

The Woodruff Arts Center announced today that it has a received a $6.6 million grant to support ‘Art From The Start’, a new program designed to provide families and students greater access to the Arts Center’s art and arts education work.


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