Theatrical Outfit, Atlanta’s second-oldest continually-operating professional theatre, aspires to create a compassionate, joyful and just community by starting the conversations that matter.
From The Hunchback of Notre Dame, a timeless, epic musical co-production with Aurora Theatre (our third year in a row), to the conversation-starting new play Boy about gender reassignment, to the Atlanta premiere of GA native Lauren Gunderson’s new, co-authored, Jane Austen-inspired holiday hit Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley, to an intimate look at one of legend Billie Holiday’s final solo appearances in Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, to the Atlanta professional homecoming of Perfect Arrangement, local writer Topher Payne’s mid-century gay-rights comedy, to a world premiere collaboration with Atlanta Opera, to T.O.’s non-traditional update on the sizzling Broadway classic 110 in the Shade, to year two of our Unexpected Play Readings, our 2017-2018 Season of Character truly offers something for everyone.
“Character is destiny.”
“Character matters. The character of an individual matters. The character of a nation matters. And, if the human story is ultimately a cruel tragedy or a glorious comedy, the character of the human species will matter the most. In these times of division, I know of no better place than the Theatre to understand how our common human character can create and sustain a global community—compassionate, joyful and just. Envision a wonderful destiny. Join us for a Season of Character.”
– Tom Key, Artistic Director
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