A Compassionate Community Grounded In Dignity, Justice, And Equity


Produce World-Class Theatre That Starts The Conversations That Matter


We Create Theatre with a Purpose

Our work has the power to deepen connections, promote understanding, and serve as a catalyst for change

We Invest in Atlanta

By creating a home for artists in Atlanta and investing in meaningful relationships with our community, we help build a brighter future for our city

We Live Our Values

Inclusion and a sense of belonging are part of who we are and central to how we work

In order to create an inclusive and safe space, and to move towards a more equitable future, we acknowledge the harms that have been and continue to be perpetuated against people of color in our theatre, our city, our country, and our world.


Long before the foundation of the state of Georgia, the territory which Atlanta now occupies was the home of the Muscogee (Creek) people.  During the Trail of Tears in the 1830s, many of these communities were forcibly removed from the state, and there was an intentional erasure of their cultural and religious practices as well as their individual rights.

We stand in solidarity with indigenous peoples across the United States. We recognize the harm caused to them by colonialism and commit to learning more about the true history of our region, and our place within it.


These resources are a starting place for those who wish to learn more:


To work towards a more inclusive environment, the staff and board of Theatrical Outfit commit to the following:

  • Our programming will reflect the diversity of Atlanta and the communities we serve, including the selection of plays, writers, creative teams, casts, and technicians
  • We will consciously diversify our staff and foster an inclusive culture
  • We will actively recruit board members from diverse backgrounds
  • We will prioritize vendors from MWBE (Minority/Women-owned Business Enterprises)
  • We will actively engage our community, sharing our space and resources and including the community in our work
  • We will provide regular inclusion and anti-racist training for our staff and board to create a welcome environment for staff, artists, and audiences
  • We will continue to actively listen, learn and act to end racism


These resources are a starting place for those who wish to learn more:

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