Teen Ensemble

Alliance Theatre Teen Ensemble is a group of 18-20 high school juniors and seniors from all over Metro Atlanta who are interested in performance, writing, and theater production. The goal of the Teen Ensemble program is to give Atlanta area high school students an inside look into the work being done at Alliance Theatre, and provide opportunities to create world class theater experiences with a teen perspective. The group is selected by audition and interview in the spring of each year and, throughout the following season, members attend first previews and meet and greets with the cast and crew of all Alliance Theatre productions, write reviews for every show in the season, attend monthly workshops with Alliance Theatre teaching artists and guest artists from all over the country, and work with Alliance staff and guest artists to create both traditional and experimental theater pieces.

Contact samantha.provenzano@alliancetheatre.org with any questions.

Teen Ensemble Performances

ENOUGH: Plays to End Gun Violence Staged Reading
Directed by Maya Lawrence
Location: Selig Family Black Box Theatre, 3rd Floor Memorial Arts Building
When: Monday, November 6, 7 PM

Join us at 7 PM for a FREE performance - RSVP required 

RSVP for Nov. 6


Teen Ensemble History


A Brief History of Fire
By Phillip DePoy
Directed by Richard Garner
Summer 2018

By Phillip DePoy
Directed by Richard Garner
Summer 2016

Antigone: Presented by the Girls of St. Catherine's
By Madhuri Shekar
Directed by Laura Hackman
Spring 2015

fml: how Carson McCullers saved my life
By Sarah Gubbins
Originally commissioned by Steppenwolf Theatre Company
Directed by Patrick McColery
Fall 2013

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