Upcoming EVENTS














May 8, 2021 | 7PM

Pay What You Can!

Only one ticket needed per household.

This cast of five ATC Young Artists will captivate you as they fearlessly take the stage and perform LIVE from The Bill Nunn Black Box Theater on Saturday, May 8th. Exploring topics like isolation, identity struggle, and fear of an uncertain future, this talented cast will have you glued to your screen as you follow their stories told through brilliant poetry, monologues and scenes; incredible choreography; and spectacular vocal performances.



Weekly Episodes May 19 - June 23, 2021


This hilarious fake behind-the-scenes look at ATC will have viewers roaring with laughter. Look for weekly episodes starting May 19th. This series may be picked up for a second season!



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How do you survive being the ‘only Black girl’ in class? How do you process the barrage of police brutality against women? How do you navigate the perpetuated stereotypes flooding social media? With Black Girl Magic, of course.


LIVING IN COLOR is a sketch show about a day in the life of 6 Black girls. Through raw conversation, witty scenes and fresh poetry and song, they share their lived experiences and bring truth to power.

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This 20-minute ATC-style high-energy stage production will transport you to The Bill Nunn Black Box Theater where these brave young artists take the stage.

“You will not be able to plug in, turn on and cop out… the revolution will not be televised.” Inspired by these words from Gil Scott-Heron, ATC’s collection of spoken word, song, and dance demands that viewers take the revolution from their screen to the streets. The ATC artists share their experiences as young Black Americans and issue a strong call to action: “You need to listen, then do.”

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ACT 33
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On January 16th, ATC partnered with Words Without Walls to present a reading of ACT 33; a new play written by the Juvenile Creative Writing Class at the Allegheny County Jail. The reading was followed by a panel discussion.

The play is named for ACT 33 which allows a juvenile defendant to be charged as an adult because the alleged crime meets certain criteria.

This writing project was led by Mike Bennett through Words Without Walls. The reading is directed by Alona Williams.