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Our show ticket sale is on hold. We had to postpone staging our next three stage productions indefintely due the Coronavirus pandemic. We made the call just four days prior to our show date of March 15, 2020, as an abundance of caution.  Since then, we have been regularly monitoring and evaluating the COVID-19 situation and once we are satisfied that it is safe again to stage a play for our audience, cast and crew, we will set a show date and connect with you.  In the meantime, stay safe and well and take care of yourself and one another!

Venue: 

Red Clay Music Foundry3116 Main St, Duluth, GA 30096.

Ticket Prices:

Premium Reserved: $25
General Reserved: $15 

Online Tickets

We make our all efforts to assign you the best seat available at the time of booking your seat.  (Please refer to the seating chart below and email us at info@atltw.net if you any seating preferences.) Our online payment payment is serviced by PayPal.

Tickets by Email:

Please send an email to info@atltw.net (Subject: Tickets). Please provide the following information in the body of your email:

  • Your Name
  • A Phone Number to reach you
  • Number of tickets
  • Denominations of tickets (our tickets are priced $15 and $25, inclusive of all taxes and service charges.

Buy ticket on Phone

Please call 770-789-2311 with request.

The year 2020 will be our 10th year of existence…  13 successful plays within a short span of time.  From Bimal Bandyopadhay to Badal Sircar to Rabindranath- we presented to you a variety of stage productions.  However, two things did not change- our urge to do even better and your continued support.

We will be presenting three (3) One-Act plays for our 10th year celebrations at RED CLAY MUSIC FOUNDRY on Saunday, March 15, 2020, 3:30 PM.

  • Pathor (The Stone); Playwright- Bimal Bandyopadhyay
  • Pashupati Opera (The Pasupati Opera)- Bimal Bandyopadhyay
  • Kouto (Box)- Mohit Chattopadhyay

Atlanta Theater Workshop started its journey on April 2, 2011 with 2 one-act plays by Bimal Bandyopadhyay.  Bimal-da left us last year and we think it is only befitting that we pay our tribute to him by staging two of his plays.

Please stand by for more information. We hope to stage these procuctions very soon. Please stay safe and well…