A two-day theatre party bar none!
October 29, & 30, 2021
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2021
Join us for our popular 12 staged readings, panels, workshops, talk back and a Black to the Future Rooftop Soiree! (Come Early & join the Pre-festival ABTF Reunion on Thu. Oct. 28th. @5pm)
255 Courtland St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303
Don't miss out! Only 200 passes will be available due to social distancing policies.
Each day is sold separately.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2021
A foot-stomping, hand-clapping celebration of music and theatre under the stars.
Picnic Baskets, Coolers, Beer and Wine Permitted!
5239 Floyd Rd SW, Mableton, GA 30126
Seating will be limited due to social distancing policies. There's a two ticket minimum for VIP tables and Terrace seating. Lawn seats can be purchases singlarly. Rain or Shine!
Each day is sold separately.
We've attended a number of trainings and consulted the experts before drafting our re-opening strategy. We will post updates here as the situation changes. In the meantime, please stay safe and if you're feeling sick or uncomforable, please stay home. We need you healthy and creative!
YOUR HEALTH MATTERS MORE THAN ANYTHING...
The Atlanta Black Theatre Festival (staff, board, organizers, sponsors, and volunteers) will follow all CDC guidelines, our advisors and the guidance of the venue operators.
Additionally, due to our commitment to the safety and health of our community, the following precautions will be taken:
October 29, 2021 @ Hilton Atlanta Hotel
October 30, 2021 @ Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre
For those who have already purchased passes, we've already processed a full refund. Please check your bank statement for credit details.
We appreciate your understanding as we work through these challenging changes.
WE MUST TELL OUR STORIES!
The last 18 months have been difficult for so many. As a Black arts organization, we are tirelessly committed to keeping Black theatre alive. The fight is real, but we are here to win. Sometimes things happen and we are forced to make changes to keep going.
Unfortunately, DeKalb County, after making a public announcement of a June reopening, has just notified us that the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Center will be closed until 2022.
We are angry, disappointed, and frustrated, but we've been here before. The struggle for Black arts organizations is so real on so many levels. We are so sorry for all the inconvenience this will cost/cause you and us.
In spite of it all, we're still winning! We have secured the new venue and we are determined to tell our stories. Absolutely nothing is going to stop us from celebrating 10 years of Black theatre excellence, your support, and the artists' contributions that made the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival a world brand!
THANKS TO YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT AND UNDERSTANDING!
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