The Ansley Park Playhouse was a cozy theatre located in Midtown Atlanta that recently closed its doors in 2014. Over its 12-year run, this 140-seat theatre showcased many great contemporary plays under the leadership of founders John Gibson and Anthony Morris. It’s most notable production was arguably the comedy Peachtree Battle, a story of a scandalous Atlanta love affair between the son of a high society family and a Hooter’s waitress. Today, the site of the Ansley Park Playhouse in the Peachtree Point (Invesco) building has been taken over by the Synchronicity Theatre troupe.
Though Ansley Park Playhouse was only around for a little more than a decade, it played an important role in the Atlanta theatre scene. Ansley showed a different side of Atlanta theatre, demonstrating that great theatre can come in all forms and sizes. Today, this website promotes the thriving Atlanta theatre scene, keeping patrons up-to-date on the latest productions in the area. Experience the thrill of Atlanta theatre, whether it’s an off-Broadway production at the Fox or an intimate performance at the Ansley. There’s something here for everyone.