RoleCall Theater, an independent theater which produces and exhibits plays, films, and live comedy acts with a mission to foster and elevate new stories and voices from the creatives of Atlanta, has found a new home. 

The theatre has debuted a reimagined space at Ponce City Market, where it will continue its mission to empower local, independent Georgian filmmakers and playwrights through its newly adopted nonprofit status.

Ponce City Market is a historic, mixed-use community hub featuring local and world-class food and retail, residential lofts and office space. The new theatre is situated between West Elm and J. Crew. 

“Nothing empowers an indie artist more than the opportunity to showcase their craft at one of the most popular destinations in the Southeast,” said RoleCall founder Stephen Beehler. “Together, Ponce City Market and RoleCall are ushering indie artists from the fringes to the mainstream.”

The new space features improved acoustics and its walls and ceilings are painted a dark green hue, helping to immerse audience members into a traditional black-box experience.

The revamped space will serve RoleCall as it offers a curated lineup of comedy, music, film, theater, variety and immersive experiences in the city.

This month’s programming includes a lineup of Valentine’s- themed cabarets and comedy shows plus a love-ballad edition of the theater’s popular Karaoke Comedy night. Additionally, RoleCall will produce a short film and a short form series created by local Atlanta filmmakers throughout the month.

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PHOTO: RoleCall Theater’s New Home at Ponce City Market