A scene from Class of 3000 LIVE
(© Greg Mooney)
A scene from Class of 3000 LIVE
(© Greg Mooney)
The cast and creative team is set for Alliance Theatre's world premiere of Class of 3000 LIVE, to play the Woodruff Arts Center, March 6-29, with an opening on March 7. Rosemary Newcott adapts and directs the production.

Based on Cartoon Network's animated television series created by André Benjamin and Tommy Lynch, the show is about an international music star who flees his own celebrity to return to Atlanta, and discovers new inspiration in the form of a group of young musical prodigies at a performing arts middle school in a desperate search for a music teacher.

The cast will include Jonathan Davis (Kam), Bernard Jones (Li'l D), Wendy Melkonian (Madison/Bianca), Brandon O'Dell (Phil), Sinatra Onyewuchi (Sunny Bridges), Zany Pohlel (Kim), Justin Tanner (Eddie), Scott Warren (Bus Driver/Manager/Principal Luna/Mr. Baylor/Puppeteer), and Sharisa Whatley (Tamika).

The creative team will include Iris Goode (choreography), Kat Conley (set), Sydney Roberts (costumes), Pete Shinn (lighting), Clay Benning (sound), and Justin Ellington (music direction).

For more information, call 404-733-5000 or visit www.alliancetheatre.org.