Does the theatre have a dress code? What is the typical attire?

Actor's Express does not have a dress code. Patrons usually opt for casual or business casual attire. Feel free to dress up for a special night out, dress down for comfort, or find your own happy medium. 

Do you sell food and drinks?

The Actor's Express bar sells both alcoholic (beer, wine, liquor) and non-alcoholic beverages. We also have assorted candy and treats available for purchase.

I want to have dinner before the show. Where should I eat?  

We highly recommend one of our Restaurant Partners. All our partners are located in West Midtown just a hop away from the theatre. 

Don't Be Late!

Unlike a music concert or a sports events, you may not be able to enter the theatrical space once the performance has begun. Late Seating is limited inside the space. Some latecomers may have to wait until intermission to be seated.

What's the difference between a Preview performance and a Regular performance?

The term "Previews" refers to any full-length public performance of a show before Opening Night. The purpose of previews is to allow the director, cast, and crew to identify opportunities for improvement that weren't found during closed rehearsals and to make adjustments before critics are invited to attend.

Is the theater handicap accessible?

The King Plow Arts Center and the theater space are both handicap accessible. Handicap parking is available in the traffic circle and in marked spaces throughout the parking lot and parking garage.

How do I know where my seats are located?

Actor's Express is a general admission house. Seating is first come, first served. We will offer a premium reserved seating section for subscribers starting in Season 28. Donors at the $500 level or above receive reserved seating.

When does the box office open?

The box office opens 1 hour before curtain. The doors to the theater open 30 minutes before curtain.

Where do I park?

Parking is available in the King Plow Arts Center parking deck. See the parking page for more information.

Is their public transportation near the theatre?

Yes! MARTA Buses get you very close to Actor's Express. Please visit MARTA's website to plan your trip accordingly. 

We also would recommend using a taxi, car service, or ride share service. 

Should I bring the kids?

Some plays and musicals contain adult themes. Before bringing children, make sure that the show is appropriate for their age or maturity level. Consider reading a synopsis on our website, and check with our ticket office staff if you aren’t sure.

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