Woodruff Arts Center (courtesy Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau)

The Woodruff Arts Center is the art capital of Atlanta, a dynamic gathering place for visual and performing arts. The center includes the Alliance Theater, the High Museum of Art, Young Audiences, the 14th Street Playhouse, and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. On any given evening, there is a lot to do and see. Now in its 141st season, the Alliance Theater has launched two Tony Award-winning hits to Broadway—Alice Walker's The Color Purple and Elton John and Tim Rice's Aida. The High Museum of Art is one of the leading art museums in the Southeastern United States, boasting a renowned collection of classic and contemporary art and acclaimed architecture, with works from masters like Georgia O'Keeffe, Chuck Close, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performs 200 concerts every year at Symphony Hall. Young Audiences brings the live-arts experience to students from preschool to high school, while the 14th Street Playhouse is a community theater with a variety of shows each month.

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1280 Peachtree Street Northeast
Atlanta, Georgia 30309

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Telephone Number: (404) 733-4200
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