In light of the CDC’s updates regarding COVID-19, Atlanta theatres have been announcing the premature closing of most performances, and some are extending the closure through the rest of the season.

Below, Encore brings you announcements from all of the theatres, and we will continue to update as more become available.

Alliance Theatre


Serenbe Playhouse


The Fox Theatre


Atlanta Lyric Theatre

Dear Lyric family,Based on the most recent recommendations from the CDC, our production of BIG RIVER and our MEET THE…

Posted by Atlanta Lyric Theatre on Monday, March 16, 2020

Aurora Theatre


City Springs Theatre Company

Dear Patrons of City Springs Theatre Company, Due to concerns regarding COVID-19 and the health and safety of our…

Posted by City Springs Theatre Company on Friday, March 13, 2020

Synchronicity Theatre

Due to evolving public health risks related to COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, and out of concern for the well-being of our actors, crew, staff, and audience members, we are cancelling performances of Wayfinding. Our Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds Tour will be postponed as well as our 2020 Women in the Arts and Business Luncheon. New dates for those events will be announced soon.

  • If you have tickets to Wayfinding, please consider donating your ticket. You don’t have to do anything. Just sit back, and enjoy knowing that your money will help Synchronicity Theatre during this unexpected time. Tickets can be exchanged for an upcoming performance or refunded to the original payment method. Please contact the box office at 404.484.8636 or email boxoffice@synchrotheatre.com with inquiries.

Georgia Ensemble Theatre

Most recent update on shows is here. Our office will be open while the city allows the building to be open, but many…

Posted by Georgia Ensemble Theatre & Conservatory on Saturday, March 14, 2020

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