Ellis Hotel joins Theatrical Outfit to offer a value-filled package
Ellis Hotel, downtown Atlanta’s historic hotel, has partnered with the historical Theatrical Outfit (Atlanta’s second oldest professional theatre company) to provide you with a great value in the new Theatrical Outfit Package. You will receive the following when you purchase The Ellis Hotel’s Theatrical Outfit package:
- Discounted Overnight Guest Room Your package includes 10% off an overnight room, which is better than our best available rate!
- Coupon for 10% off Theatrical Outfit tickets (up to 2 tickets) Once you purchase this package, you will be contacted by Theatrical Outfit to purchase up to two tickets, at 10% off the ticket price.
- Coupon for one complimentary appetizer at The Ellis Hotel Choose from any appetizer on the Terrace Bistro Menu at The Ellis Hotel. (One complimentary appetizer per table.)
- Coupon for Two Drinks at the Theatrical Outfit’s Bar You can pick up your 2 complimentary drink tickets at the Theatrical Outfit Box Office when you pick up your performance tickets. Drink tickets are only redeemable at the Theatrical Outfit’s bar, not The Ellis Hotel’s lounge.
Ellis Hotel is conveniently located in the city center in close proximity to restaurants, nightlife and entertainment. Whether you’re in the city to enjoy a date night or make memories with friends; The Ellis Hotel is the perfect location. Just a short walk away from iconic attractions such as the World of Coca-Cola, the Georgia Aquarium and only one block away from Theatrical Outfit. This offer is not combinable with any other offer. Gratuity is not included for appetizer. Guest rooms are on a space available basis.
To see a complete list of shows, visit the Theatrical Outfit website here or see below.
Theatrical Outfit 2019 Performances
"The Pitman Painters"
February 7 - March 24, 2019
When a group of miners and a dentist hire a professor to teach Art Appreciation, they embark on one of the most unusual experiments in art history. As the pitmen become painters, suddenly avant-garde artists become their friends, their work hangs in prestigious collections, and they are celebrated in high society. But every day, they still risk their lives down in the mine. Based on a true story, this heartfelt lesson about character over class and talent over privilege challenges the way we look at art and reveals our universal desire for a richer, more colorful existence.
"I Love to Eat"
April 10 - May 5, 2019
A flamboyant yet introverted gastronomist, James Beard was his own greatest promoter and harshest critic. He weathered shifts in foodie culture for half a century, and the award bearing his name today is craved by chefs worldwide. Drop into Beard’s Greenwich Village kitchen for bean-spilling anecdotes, on-air flashbacks, and a salty voyage around the world of love, life, and comfort food. Sit close and sample a taste!
“Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend”
April 14, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.
Jazz and theatre sensation, Deb Bowman, honors Marilyn Monroe with singin’ and swingin’ and impersonations of the Some Like It Hot star.
"Five Guys Named Moe"
May 29 - June 30, 2019
The tunes of R&B pioneer Louis Jordan, whose slant on jazz paved the way for rock and roll in the ‘50s, drive this musical tribute. Nomax is broke, his girl is gone, and he’s listening to the radio in the wee hours of the morning. Five guys — Big Moe, Four-Eyed Moe, Eat Moe, No Moe and Little Moe — materialize and encourage Nomax to shake off the blues and live life to the fullest.
“Lady Day Sings the Blues”
June 23, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.
Joe and Broadway superstar Terry Burrell pay homage to one of the greatest jazz singers of all time, Billie “Lady Day” Holiday.