Alliance Stage Series Presented by The Coca-Cola Company
Hertz Stage Series presented by Turner
Family Series presented by Delta
Enter a young boy’s wild and surreal world of magic and adventure in this jazzy Broadway-style musical by Tony-nominated music and lyricists Pasek and Paul (A Christmas Story).
Trixie, Daddy, and Knuffle Bunny take a trip to the Laundromat. But the adventure takes a dramatic turn when Trixie realizes somebunny was left behind. Using live actors and beautiful projections, this play tells a true-to-life tale about what happens when Daddy's in charge and things go terribly, hilariously wrong.
Theatre for the Very Young
Meet Roob & Noob: two overly curious scientists who love nothing more than discovering something new. Join them on an interactive adventure, as they build machines from simple objects and explore the wonder and sensations of each of the four seasons. Inspired by Rube Goldberg's magical machines, this unique theatrical performance combines science and the arts, proving that sometimes the most profound discoveries are achieved by simply playing.
$10/ticket for patrons over 12 months of age.
Children under 12 months of age are free and do not require a ticket.
The Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, High Museum of Art, and Arts for Learning are thrilled to present the second annual Toddler Takeover: an arts festival for the very young! The Takeover is May 29–31, 2015 at the Woodruff Arts Center. This one-of-a-kind experience for children from 0–5 years old will feature performances of six original productions from Alliance Theatre for the Very Young, the return of Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's Music for the Very Young, stroller tours and art-making at the High Museum of Art, and an interactive playspace hosted by Arts for Learning.
Education Performances Produced by our Education department and acting class students
The St. Catherine's drama club is struggling to put up its first school play – Sophocles' Antigone. As if staging this tragedy in an all girls’ Catholic school isn’t challenging enough, the cast’s beloved director ends up betraying them in an unforgivable way. And it’s almost opening night! The actors must then figure out the right course of action, all while rehearsing the classic play about impossibly difficult choices. What is the right thing to do? And must the show go on?
Previously This Season
Featuring new & developing work by Nichole Palmietto, Mark Kendall, and Haddon Kime
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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