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Atlanta Black Theatre Festival Pass

The Atlanta Black Theatre Festival celebrates the creativity of artists from around the globe. Patrons get to experience world-class stage performances, film screenings, speakers, staged readings, and a Black expo marketplace. You don't want to miss this unique cultural celebration!The pass includes VIP access to all film screenings, plays, staged readings, workshops, panels, the comedy awards show, and parties with priority seating. Festival Pass: $185

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Atlanta Black Theatre Festival Pass


      • Sonya Welch’s My Shattered Soul | Thu. Aug 31 @7pm

The story of a family that's tested to its limits and the power of love and faith to help us overcome even the greatest challenges. By Sonya Welch [MA- Adult Mature Themes Gospel/Inspirational]


      • Colorblind | Fri. Sep 1 @ 7pm

A powerful new play that will challenge your perceptions of race, love, and identity. Meet Mr. Muhammad, a Black militant who finds himself torn between two women - a black woman and a white woman - in a society that's deeply divided along racial lines. By Wallace Demarriá (Brooklyn, NY[MA - Mature Audiences. Strong Language]


      • The Stilettos Monologues | Fri. Sep 1 @ 9:30pm

a modern, episodic play set on the fictional island of St. Iletto (pronounced Saint Ill-let-toe) and centered around the iconic stiletto, where all things shoe are always in vogue, and the stiletto is queen. Here, sixteen characters – women and female gendered shoes of various ages – tell dramatic and humorous stories on identity, relationships, love, desire, and female empowerment. By Alethea McCollin (Virginia) [MA- Mature audiences only. Strong language.]


      • The Journey | Sat. Sep 2 @ 2pm

For the past decade, “The “Bag Lady” has walked many-a-mile to meet people right where they are. With her modest demeanor, seasoned wit, and down-home charm, “The Bag Lady” weaves timeless wisdom into messages of hope that heal and transcend generations.


      • Why Goodbye | Sat. Sep 2 @ 4pm

Relationships are so complicated. This show explores the complex and often humorous ways relationships shape our lives. Whether you are single, in a relationship, or somewhere in between, this POWERFUL show examines love, friendships, family, and all! By Mary McCallum (Nashville, TN) [MA- Mature audiences only. Strong language.]


      • Midnight in Mississippi | Sat. Sep 2 @ 8pm

Step into the world of Agnes, the town midwife in 1950s Mississippi, in a powerful play that will leave you breathless. Agnes loves bringing new life into the world, but she's unable to have children of her own. Desperate to become a mother, she's willing to do whatever it takes - even if it means bending the rules. By Melody Samuels (Atlanta)

[MA- Mature Audiences. Strong Language Drama with Music]

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