Here are the recipients:
Actor's Express: actors-express.com
Atlanta Ballet: atlantaballet.com
Atlanta Contemporary: atlantacontemporary.org
The Atlanta Opera: atlantaopera.org
C4 Atlanta: https://c4atlanta.org
Center for Civil & Human Rights: civilandhumanrights.org
Center of Puppetry Arts: puppet.org
Dad's Garage Theatre: dadsgarage.com
Dance Canvas Balletique: dancecanvas.com/home
Hammonds House Museum: hammondshouse.org
Horizon Theatre: horizontheatre.com
Moving in the Spirit: movinginthespirit.org
National Black Arts Festival: nbaf.org
Serenbe Playhouse: https://serenbeplayhouse.org/
Synchronicity Performance Group: synchrotheatre.com/
Theatrical Outfit: https://www.theatricaloutfit.org
TILA Studios: tilastudios.com
True Colors Theatre: truecolorstheatre.org
"We're so happy to continue to have WarnerMedia and AT&T as a partner and appreciate the donation," said Matt Terrell, Dad's Garage comedy theater communications director.
Turner, now WarnerMedia, has provided Dad's Garage with funding support for many years, he noted. And they have helped Dad's performers create digital programming for TwitchTV "until we return to normal in-person performances, he said.
Serenbe Playhouse received $10,000.
"We are very thankful to have companies like WarnerMedia and AT&T here in Atlanta that believe not only in storytelling for social change, but the people who are doing storytelling," said Mickey McGuire, Serenbe Playhouse managing director. "This is a difficult time not only for organizations, but for the artists and technicians who may be worrying about paying rent or providing for their families. This relief fund helps us support our amazing employees and local artists as we continue to tell our stories.