Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company 20th Anniversary Season

JOIN THE TROUPE

We invite you to become a member of the True Colors’ family! In honor of our 20th Anniversary, we created the True Colors 20th Anniversary Troupe. The Troupe consists of recurring donors, whose monthly contributions sustain the productions that tell your stories and fill your hearts! We invite you to become an inaugural member of the True Colors 20th Anniversary Troupe. All it takes is a monthly gift of at least $20/month for the next 12 months.

Your gifts make a meaningful impact:

  • $20/month, or $240 annually, can provide scripts for a production
  • $40/month, or $480 annually, can provide ASL support for the hearing impaired at a performance
  • $80/month, or $960 annually, can cover the cost of props for a production

WE ARE DEEPLY GRATEFUL FOR YOU AND HOPE THAT YOU WILL CONSIDER JOINING TRUE COLORS’ FAMILY!

JOIN THE TROUPE HERE
Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company 20th Anniversary Season

JOIN THE TROUPE

We invite you to become a member of the True Colors’ family! In honor of our 20th Anniversary, we created the True Colors 20th Anniversary Troupe. The Troupe consists of recurring donors, whose monthly contributions sustain the productions that tell your stories and fill your hearts! We invite you to become an inaugural member of the True Colors 20th Anniversary Troupe. All it takes is a monthly gift of at least $20/month for the next 12 months.

Your gifts make a meaningful impact:

  • $20/month, or $240 annually, can provide scripts for a production
  • $40/month, or $480 annually, can provide ASL support for the hearing impaired at a performance
  • $80/month, or $960 annually, can cover the cost of props for a production

WE ARE DEEPLY GRATEFUL FOR YOU AND HOPE THAT YOU WILL CONSIDER JOINING TRUE COLORS’ FAMILY!

JOIN THE TROUPE HERE
True Colors 20 Year Anniversary Cabaret and Fundraiser

CABARET AND FUNDRAISER

20 Years in 90 Minutes

Date: November 11th – 13th
Location: Southwest Arts Center (915 New Hope Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30331)

Join us for three unforgettable evenings full of hors d’oeuvres, libations, and celebrations! We are celebrating our 20th Anniversary with a collection of performances commemorating this momentous milestone!

GET TICKETS HERE
True Colors is proud to be recognized as a Southern Cultural Treasure

True Colors is a Southern Cultural Treasure!

True Colors is proud to be recognized as a Southern Cultural Treasure as defined by our mission of celebrating the rich tradition of Black storytelling; our vision of thriving at the intersection of artistic excellence and civic engagement; and our 20-year history of centering Black stories, artists and playwrights.

We are among 17 organizations that were chosen for their vital impact on communities in South Arts’ nine-state region, which includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. The 17 were chosen from among 240 organizations invited to complete a full application that then went through a pair of national reviews before undergoing an interview process with South Arts’ leadership.

South Arts partnered with the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta to provide grants and support of $300,000 for general operating support over three years to four Georgia organizations – True Colors Theatre Company and Ballethnic in Atlanta, Savannah-based Deep Center, Inc. and the Otis Redding Foundation in Macon. Click here for the complete list of Southern Cultural Treasures and to learn more about this transformational program.

True Colors is proud to be recognized as a Southern Cultural Treasure

True Colors is a Southern Cultural Treasure!

True Colors is proud to be recognized as a Southern Cultural Treasure as defined by our mission of celebrating the rich tradition of Black storytelling; our vision of thriving at the intersection of artistic excellence and civic engagement; and our 20-year history of centering Black stories, artists and playwrights.

We are among 17 organizations that were chosen for their vital impact on communities in South Arts’ nine-state region, which includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. The 17 were chosen from among 240 organizations invited to complete a full application that then went through a pair of national reviews before undergoing an interview process with South Arts’ leadership.

South Arts partnered with the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta to provide grants and support of $300,000 for general operating support over three years to four Georgia organizations – True Colors Theatre Company and Ballethnic in Atlanta, Savannah-based Deep Center, Inc. and the Otis Redding Foundation in Macon. Click here for the complete list of Southern Cultural Treasures and to learn more about this transformational program.

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Thank You Sponsors

Season Sponsors:

The Wish Foundation

The Amos Family Foundation
AEC Trust

David, Helen and Marian Woodward Fund

Small Business Administration
MARTA: True Colors Theatre Company Sponsor

Jordan and Kristen Silton

Next Narrative Monologue Competition Sponsors:

John H. & Wilhelmina D. Harland Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Delta Community Credit Union

Sartain Lanier Family Foundation

Production Sponsors:

Wilmington Trust: True Colors Theatre Company Sponsor

PR Consultants:

True Colors Theatre Company: Public Relations Sponsor

Season Sponsors:

The Wish Foundation

The Amos Family Foundation
AEC Trust

David, Helen and Marian Woodward Fund

Small Business Administration
MARTA: True Colors Theatre Company Sponsor

Jordan and Kristen Silton

Next Narrative Monologue Competition Sponsors:

John H. & Wilhelmina D. Harland Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Delta Community Credit Union

Sartain Lanier Family Foundation

Production Sponsors:

Wilmington Trust: True Colors Theatre Company Sponsor

PR Consultants:

True Colors Theatre Company: Public Relations Sponsor