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Orchestra Noir pre show performance Feb. 14th

We are thrilled to announce that Orchestra Noir, Atlanta’s African-American Orchestra, will be performing for our True Colors’ audience on Feb 14th prior to the performance of King Hedley II. Arrive at 6:30pm to listen to Orchestra Noir’s string trio warm your hearts. Complimentary cheesecake and champagne* will be provided as well.

Founded in 2016 by Music Director, Jason Ikeem Rodgers, Orchestra Noir acts as a living testament to the African-American legacy of excellence and resilience in Atlanta and the nation.  To find out more about Orchestra Noir click here.

Pre Show Concert:
6:30pm – 7:30pm
Performance of King Hedley II:7:30pm -10:30pm
complementary cheese cakes by
Kheesekakes by Kelli
*limited quanity available
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King Hedley II
Written by August WIlson
Directed by Jamil Jude
Southwest Arts Center
915 New Hope Road
Feb.13 – Mar. 11
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August Wilson’s work is back for the first time in FIVE years! True Colors Theatre Company presents August Wilson’s classic, King Hedley II. In a world filled with uncertainty, an ex-con with gritty determination, fury and grief fights against his painful past in order to rebuild a new life. In a 1980s inner city Pittsburgh neighborhood taken over by urban blight, King dreams about opening his own business using the money he has made selling stolen refrigerators. Passionate and soulful King, along with his mother, wife, friends and next-door neighbor, will capture your attention with  their wise-cracking sense of humor and their insightful exchanges. King Hedley IIas woven by one of our greatest storytellers, will resound like a deep, spirited voice.

Aurora Theatre

Ontario Was Here
By Darren Canady
Directed by Cynthia D. Barker

A passion for helping without getting emotionally involved is the fine line that social workers walk every day. Penni and Nathan are on the front lines of Kansas City’s Department of Children and Families. Tempers flare when these co-workers find themselves at odds over the best interests of a nine year-old boy, Ontario. Beyond their relationship and careers, what’s at stake is literally life and death.
February 10 – March 4
Tickets $20–$30
Order online with promo code CARE and get $5 off

Alliance Theatre

Pearl Cleage
Directed by Timothy Douglas

Exclusive offer for True Colors patrons – $10 off tickets to see 2 One Act Plays by Pearl Cleage on stage at the Southwest Arts Center
Alliance Theatre Mellon Playwright in Residence Pearl Cleage offers two one-act plays separated by 30 years but connected by the presence of Jenny Anderson. Jenny’s longing to understand her mother in Hospice has become the center of her life in Pointing at the Moon.  Taken together, these two plays offer a rare glimpse of the playwright in passionate dialogue with her younger self.  Onstage at the Southwest Arts Center March 1 – 25, use code TC10 for $10 off* tickets at or by calling 404.733.5000.
* Cannot be combined with other offers and not valid on previously purchased tickets. Subject to availability. Valid for all performances. Excludes Price Level 4 seating.

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