2020 Festival Event:

In My Granny's Garden

The Alliance Theatre's Bernhardt Theatre for the Very Young meets science! Join us for this play, based on the book by Pearl Cleage, that explores the glory of growing your own food. We'll be joined by a special scientist guest, Chelsea Thomas, who will share knowledge about some of the creatures living in our gardens. Use discount code ASF2020 for 50% off your ticket for this special Atlanta Science Festival preview performance.

Getting there: The Woodruff Arts Center (which includes the High Museum of Art, Alliance Theatre, and Symphony Hall) is next to the Arts Center MARTA station. Take a red or gold line train to the Arts Center MARTA station, then exit the train and follow the signs pointing to Arts Center Way. After going up two sets of escalators to Arts Center Way, cross the street and walk up the stairs or use the elevator between the large white buildings. At the top is the main courtyard of the Woodruff Arts Center. To the left is the High Museum and to the right is the entrance to Alliance Theatre.
Paid parking is available in the Woodruff Arts Center garage, as well as metered street parking.

Presented by Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Botanical Garden

Topics: Nature & Environment Visual & Performing Arts Science & Society
Audience: Preschool Families

Where

Alliance Theatre Selig Family Black Box Theatre

1280 Peachtree St NE

Atlanta, 30309

When

Sunday, March 15th, 2020

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Admissions

Price: Adults $10, Children 6-17 $5, Children 5 and under free (use code ASF2020 for discount)

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