After Work Groups
Singles Mixers or Mini-Getaway
Youth Mentoring Groups
Public, Private or Home Schools
Church Outings or Senior 55+ Groups
Milestone Birthday/Anniversary Celebrations
Meet-ups or Day Parties
Parties of 10+
Generous Commissions: 10 - 30%
Free Motor Coach Parking
Easy Payment Terms
30 min. Pre or Post Show Gallery Reception
Private Cast Meet & Greet w/ Photo Ops
Groups of 25+
What an experience the Atlanta Black Theater Festival has provided our organization. We have been taking our young men for the past 3 years, and each year the experience has been wonderful. Exposing our young men to the Arts, providing them with new experiences has been great.
Every play that we have attended has been in line with many of the topics and events that effects our young men. We will continue to visit the ABTF every year, seeing the best of the best that they have to offer. Keep up the great work!
Daud Haseeb Guide Right Director (2013 - 2017)
Lawrenceville-Duluth Alumni (GA) Chapter
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc..
From Start unto Finish...Truly...An Affair To Remember! Also, one of the MOST enjoyable plays/monologues I have ever seen/heard! CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!!! ~M. Bruce
The ABTF proves that black theater is alive and thriving!!! An amazing group of actors, producers, authors and theater lovers. I enjoyed every minute of the two days I attended!!! Keep up the great work....see you next year. ~D. Sappy
African American Theatre in the south will rise because of the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival. The tightly bound doors when our stories were not told, now have a place to open the eyes of all ages. We are not monolithic, but we have shared the struggle on stage and off. This week of performers have truly given their hearts to theatre and the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival has led the way. ~W. Jones
The ABTF is a professional organization that is managed by an excellent staff. I wasn't disappointed in anything and the plays were outstanding. ~B. M. Buttram
I love the energy of the ABTF. As a playwright, I always find myself leaving the festival more committed to writing our stories. - A. Wilson