Atlanta City Theatre productions serve as a link to the thriving Atlanta theatre and film community by engaging guest artists and providing professional experiences.
We strive to provide quality performance opportunities for students on stage and on film. We create a collaborative experience between professional directors, designers, other professional theatre artists and students. Recently we have produced scripted works such as Sweat by Lynn Nottage and She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen.
We produce student-written work through our Give Back Series that focuses on a subject affecting our students and community. We also have a Speaker Series each year that brings professionals to campus to discuss their professional careers in the entertainment industry. Previous guests include talent agents, casting directors, actors, voice-over artists, directors, writers, filmmakers and producers.
We have a dedicated database, GSU Role Call, for casting and producing film and theatre. Students and other professionals can sign up as talent or crew. Atlanta City Theatre productions serve as a link to the thriving Atlanta theatre and film community.
The Georgia State Theatre program is now accepting applications for two scholarships: the TRISPRO, Inc. Scholarship and the Scott-Norcostco Scholarship for Technical Theatre.
We are casting for a modern adaptation of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing called Bunmi & Babajide Much Ado in Lagos, 1963. This is a new work in progress, and the script will go through updates and revision throughout the rehearsal process.
Auditions will be self-tape monologues due September 8 by 9 p.m. and submitted online through role call.
If you are interested in auditioning, Sign up for the School of Film Media & Theatre’s new cast/crew Database on Role Call.
*Please create a profile and provide a link to an audition on Role Call. We look forward to seeing you.
Atlanta City Theatre strives to provide performance, directing, writing and technical theatre opportunities to students in an educational and performative environment. We aim to create a collaborative experience between professional directors, designers, technical theatre veterans and students.
ACT supports students as a direct link to working in a professional capacity in the thriving Atlanta theatre community. Formerly known as the GSU Players. Welcome to all students, REGARDLESS of major. Join the organization through the Panther Involvement Network.
* You must be Signed into Panther Involvement network to join.