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The Woodruff Arts Center is one of the premier cultural centers in the nation. Located in Midtown Atlanta, The Woodruff campus houses four renowned organizations - Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, High Museum of Art, and Young...more
We went to the John McLaughlin concert here right before the holidays. The venue was beautifully decorated with a very large Christmas tree in the center. We have been here for many concerts but the Center seemed particularly attractive on this evening.
The venue itself...More
I was shocked when I got to the Woodruff Arts Center on Satuturday night to find out that I paid $19 online for parking. I asked the attendant and he just shrugged and said, "Yes, it's more online." The show, Nick's Flamingo Grill" on the...More
We attended Opening Night for the 2017/2018 Season at the Atlanta Symphony this past Thursday. What a wonderful venue for the Atlanta Symphony and Alliance Theater! The Atlanta Symphony is first-class all the way and they bring in wonderful musicians from all over the world!!...More
Enjoyed a fabulous Rachmaninoff program from the Loge. Acoustics are great. Could see and hear all the musicians with no difficulty. A friend who sat in the balcony (one level up) said the sound wasn't as good there.
We attended a recent symphony concert in this large theater and symphony hall complex. Parking is an issue as everywhere in Atlanta but available at a price. The hall is modern well appointed and the public spaces large and imposing. It can be quite a...More
I went to see "Ethel", a one owman show by Terry Berrell. It was AWESOME! However, some advice.... It was my first time to the Woodruff Arts Center. And a bit confusing if you're not familiar with that part of Atlanta as I was... My...More
We attended a Travis Tritt acoustical performance and really enjoyed the intimate setting. It was very easy to get in and out of the venue. The only negative aspect was no tissue in the ladies' room stall when we arrived and an overflowing trash receptacle....More
Thursday in the am, my husband and I took a stroll while downtown. Near the Arts Center is a park of sorts with chess boards. The community was alive with activity. Skateboarders, dog walkers, chess players, joggers, and walkers were plentiful. Nice clean area and...More
My association took over the campus at the beginning of February. The venue is very well kept and the staff is very helpful. I can't comment on the performance spaces because I didn't watch one. When in Atlanta, I would return to enjoy a performance...More