Theatrical Outfit, Atlanta Ballet, and The Atlanta Opera team up to offer a Princess Pirate Package

October 13,2015

Buckle your bootstraps and brace yourselves for three enchanted adventures with a Princesses and Pirates Package, brought to you by Theatrical Outfit, The Atlanta Opera and Atlanta Ballet. Celebrate your inner royalty with Theatrical Outfit’s A Little Princess, the plucky story of one girl’s imagination and the new worlds only her inner-magic and courage can summon. At The Atlanta Opera, watch charming heroes and baritone buccaneers swashbuckle and sing in The Pirates of Penzance. Then, head back to dry land at Atlanta Ballet for Twyla Tharp’s The Princess and the Goblin, a 19th century fairy tale about a special princess’s fearlessness in the face of danger and evil, brought to breathtaking life through dance.  For $75 a package, book all three daring adventures! Perfect for the whole crew, no matter what age. All aboard!

A LITTLE PRINCESS at Theatrical Outfit (Balzer Theater at Herren’s)
Wednesdays, December 9, 16, 23*, 2015 at 7:30 pm or Fridays, December 11, 18, 2015 at 7:30pm.
*Wednesday, December 23 has two shows: 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm.

Privileged Sara Crewe, daughter of an adventurer in Africa, finds herself shipped away to drab Victorian-era London. Though she wows new school chums with tales of magic and mystery, she also draws the wrath of the Headmistress, Miss Minchin. When grim news arrives from afar, Sara’s charmed life crumbles, and she’s forced to become a servant. Relying on imagination, courage and inner-royalty, Sara faces adversity with the dignity of a true princess. Based on Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic novel, this spunky family musical, full of African music, dance and exotic locales, is a treat for all! Starring Broadway’s Emerson Steele (Violet)!

THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE at The Atlanta Opera (Cobb Energy Centre)
Tuesday, March 8, 2016 at 7:30 pm or Friday, March 11, 2016 at 8 pm.

As Frederic enters the rank of full pirate at the end of his apprenticeship, he and his fellow pirates court the daughters of Major-General Stanley. This sets off a hilarious course of riotous events that pit Frederic against his pirate clan. The Pirates of Penzance is a rollicking show with serious operatic chops. Seán Curran will direct this exciting interpretation of a Gilbert & Sullivan classic. David Agler will conduct. Bass Kevin Burdette, known for his energy and comedic range, sings the role of the Pirate King in his Atlanta debut.

TWYLA THARP’S THE PRINCESS AND THE GOBLIN at Atlanta Ballet (Cobb Energy Centre)
Friday, April 15, 2016 at 8 pm

Adapted from the 19th century fairy tale by George MacDonald, Twyla Tharp’s The Princess & The Goblin returns after its 2012 world premiere with Atlanta Ballet. Take your family on an incredible adventure into the kingdom of the goblins, where a young heroine must call upon friends, family and her own courage to perform a daring rescue!


$75 per person for adults or children + 8% sales tax + $9 per package handling fee.

Reserve through Theatrical Outfit:

How to Order the Princesses and Pirates Package:
1. Select your performance dates for Theatrical Outfit’s A Little Princess and The Atlanta Opera’s The Pirates of Penzance from the dropdowns in link below.  Twyla Tharp’s The Princess & the Goblin will be presented by Atlanta Ballet on Friday, April 15 at 8 p.m. 

2.  Select the number of ticket packages you would like to purchase. 

(Note: choosing “best available seating” will insure that all of your seats are together.)

Confirm your performance dates and your order total.  PLEASE NOTE that The Atlanta Opera and Atlanta Ballet perform at Cobb Energy Centre and will assign your seats manually once your order is received.  Seats for The Pirates of Penzance will be in the center Grand Tier (2nd balcony), and seats for The Princess & the Goblin will be in the side Mezzanine (1st balcony). 

Aisle seat requests will be honored for all three shows pending availability.