Our 19th year for this annual Atlanta holiday tradition! This year we bring our Christmas of the Imagination to the Tucker Recreation Center (4898 Lavista Rd, Tucker, GA 30084) for an evening filled with the Magic of Radio.
To celebrate the “12 Days of An Atlanta Christmas” we give you the gift of the opportunity to save big on tickets to this cherished holiday tradition. Prices start at $5 and then will go up by $1 per day beginning on December 4. Advance tickets on the day of the show will be $17 and they’ll be $20 at the door, so get yours early!
Saturday show at 8:00pm
Sunday show at 2:30pm
Our sixth year at this grand Sherlockian event! Programming details coming soon!
ARTC returns to the largest free fan experience in Atlanta!
On the docket for this performance: Terrific Park by George Alec Effinger, adapted by Brad Strickland, Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: The Colour of the Shadow Of the Outsider Over the Mountains of Madness Out of Space by Ron N. Butler, three episodes from our series Mildly Exciting Tales of Astonishment by Jonathan Strickland, and a special live performance of Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope!
ARTC returns to our biggest shows of the year! Stay tuned for additional programming details.
ARTC is pleased to announce our return to one of our favorite conventions! Stay tuned for additional programming details.
Join members of Atlanta Radio Theatre Company as they present live drama for the community. Originals, adaptations and re-imagined literary favorites will be featured. Stop in for a few performances or stay for the entire time.
This performance is FREE and open to the public!
Our return to this magical convention! Coming this November: ParaNoirmal Encounters. The story of a town where the supernatural is commonplace and evil forces are warded off by a team known as The Hats. Created and written by Paige Steadman.
Also, a live performance of Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope.
Our debut appearance at this convention! Stay tuned for programming details!
Back at Dragon Con for another year! We’ve been at every one so far, why stop now?
Friday, August 31: Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope, The Dead Watcher by Kelley S. Ceccato, and A.L.I.C.E. by Elisabeth Allen
Sunday, September 2: Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne, adapted for audio by David Benedict and Brad Strickland
Our 14th year at one of our favorite conventions! Programming details coming soon!