The Alliance Theatre Presents “Max Makes a Million” Through July 21!

Poetry, dance, jazz, visual art, and most of all, dreams coalesce in a glorious theatrical adaptation of Maira Kalman’s one-of-a-kind book Max Makes A Million. Adapted and directed by celebrated theatre artist Liz Diamond, this play follows the beat-poet dog Max Stravinsky on his quest to get to Paris and celebrates those wishful thinkers who dare to dream beyond what seems possible. Max Makes a Million is produced in collaboration with the High Museum of Art’s exhibition, The Pursuit of Everything: Maira Kalman’s Books for Children, a colorful exhibition exploring the extensive catalog of Kalman’s imaginative stories and illustrations, which have delighted readers for more than 30 years.
 
Lauren and Peggy and their kids had the opportunity to enjoy both the play at the Alliance Theatre and the exhibition at the High Museum of Art.  A wonderful mix of art and entertainment for the whole family, this quirky and colorful play lights up the stage.  While written for children, the fast-paced music, dance and dialogue is also entertaining for adults.  Visiting the exhibition of Kalman’s stories and illustrations is the perfect transition after the play.  The exhibition features features more than 100 works including original drawings and paintings from Kalman’s many award-winning titles.  Don’t miss out on this opportunity OR the great deals below for a fun family outing before the show wraps on July 21.

 

 

 

Aha! subscribers may enjoy a 15% Discount on all individual ticket purchases via email at groups@alliancetheatre.org, over the phone at 404.733.4690 or by using the promo code: MomsforMax

This discount provides the following ticket prices:

Adults: $15.20

Kids 6-17: $9.76

Kids 3-5: $5.95

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