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Three Special Holiday Happenings at Theatrical Outfit this December

Three Special Holiday Happenings at Theatrical Outfit this December

Community Caroling Downtown. Mother-Daughter High Tea. Tom Key performs A CHRISTMAS MEMORY.

This December, Theatrical Outfit proudly offers three unique holiday-themed outings during the run of our Southeast premiere of Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley, a new holiday play and sequel to Pride and Prejudice.

COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS CAROLING DOWNTOWN - Monday, December 11, 6:30pm
Join Theatrical Outfit staff, patrons, friends, and artists from throughout the city as we gather to spread the joy of the holidays through the streets of downtown Atlanta.  Don your festive hat, bundle up in mittens and a scarf, and meet us at our home in the Balzer Theater. Walk through our downtown neighborhood, hitting some planned stops along the way, sing and enjoy the Christmas spirit and then complete the evening back at the The Outfit for cider and cookies.  All ages are encouraged to participate in this free event. Please RSVP.

MOTHER-DAUGHTER HIGH TEA - Saturday, December 16, 1:15pm
Join us as we honor the delightful British tradition of High Tea, complete with sandwiches and cakes served before the matinee in our rehearsal hall.  Mothers and daughters - sons and dads are welcome also - will meet cast members and move into the theater for our charming, girl-power sequel to Pride and Prejudice.

TEA+ MISS BENNET tickets are $50 per pair and $25 for each additional attendee and may be purchased ONLINE or by calling 678.528.1500. Ticket prices are subject to availability. Fees and taxes apply. 

TOM KEY in A CHRISTMAS MEMORY - Tuesday, December 19, 7:30pm - ONE NIGHT ONLY!
An Alabama native himself, Key narrates the semi-autobiographical, one-man adaptation of Truman Capote’s cherished story, “A Christmas Memory," the tale of a seven-year-old Alabama boy, Buddy, and his unique friendship with his elderly eccentric cousin, who are like “a lost pair of kites hurrying towards heaven.” 

A CHRISTMAS MEMORY tickets are $50 for adults and $25 for youth and may be purchased ONLINE or by calling 678.528.1500. Group pricing is available. Ticket prices are subject to availability. Fees and taxes apply. Order early as we expect this one-night-only event to sell out!

Consider taking MARTA to Theatrical Outfit! The Peachtree Center station is only two blocks north on Peachtree Street – easily walkable.

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Major funding is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. Sponsors: Fulton County Office of Cultural Affairs, Turner Broadcasting, City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs, Jackson Spalding, Publix Super Markets Charities, Audience Building Roundtable of The Blank Foundation, Macy’s, MARTA, The Shubert Foundation

ABOUT OUR VENUE: Theatrical Outfit's home space is The Balzer Theater at Herren’s at 84 Luckie Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30303.

OUR VISION: A compassionate, joyful, and just community.  

OUR MISSION: Produce world-class theatre that starts the conversations that matter.                             

www.TheatricalOutfit.org
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Tess Malis Kincaid Director of Development and Communications, Theatrical Outfit
AJ Stevenson Box Office Manager, Marketing Manager, Theatrical Outfit
Tess Malis Kincaid Director of Development and Communications, Theatrical Outfit
AJ Stevenson Box Office Manager, Marketing Manager, Theatrical Outfit
About Theatrical Outfit

THEATRICAL OUTFIT
Stories that stir the soul.



OUR VISION: A compassionate, joyful, and just community.
OUR MISSION: Produce world-class theatre that starts the conversations that matter.

ABOUT THEATRICAL OUTFIT: Atlanta’s second-oldest continuously-operating professional theatre company was founded in 1976 and has been led by Artistic Director Tom Key since fall 1995. Key led the company through the creation of its award-winning downtown home, the Balzer Theater at Herren’s, the first U.S. theater to achieve LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The Balzer Theater is also the historical site of Herren’s, the first restaurant in Atlanta to voluntarily desegregate in 1962; its first African American patrons, Dr. Lee and Delores Shelton, remain Theatrical Outfit patrons. Key's programming of classics, regional and world premieres, and musicals tell soul-stirring stories, with themes that explore diversity, equality, ethnicity, race, and religion; and often feature the best writers of the American South, including Ernest Gaines, Lauren Gunderson, Horton Foote, Harper Lee, Flannery O’Connor, Janece Shaffer, Sherry Shephard-Massat, Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder, and Tennessee Williams. After ten years of capital investment, T.O. is in new territory. Having retired its mortgage, the staff, trustees, and artists have launched a new 2018-2020 Strategic Plan designed to produce great art, diversify and grow our audience, increase revenue and reserves, develop artists who contribute to the dramatic canon, and maintain an effective organization. In September of 2018, Theatrical Outfit welcomed Gretchen E. Butler as Managing Director.

ABOUT OUR VENUE: Unless otherwise noted, Theatrical Outfit's productions are performed in The Balzer Theater at Herren’s at 84 Luckie Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30303. Theatrical Outfit utilizes a Loop Listening System, making The Balzer Theater at Herren’s the first theater in the state of Georgia to incorporate this technology. Attendees with T-coil hearing aids may participate automatically, and others needing enhancement may obtain system-compatible headsets from our lobby Box Office.


Theatrical Outfit
84 Luckie St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30303