Our story is your story.
I am the Fox, I am Atlanta.
There is no place like the Fox Theatre in Atlanta. With magic, glamour, tradition and grit, our walls represent our city and reflect the people who live here. Take a look behind the curtain to get to know the Fox Theatre. Find your own story through ours, brought to life by the people that make up our great city.
The Fox Theatre has been home to countless unforgettable moments from first dates to wedding ceremonies. For generations the theatre has remained a tradition for families throughout our community.
Susan and Richard Sprayberry met for their first date at the Fox Theatre in 1960, it was a connection that would last a lifetime. Susan and Richard later became ushers and ambassadors of the Fox Theatre. Their lifelong adoration for each other is as palpable as their love of the Fox.
Diverse cultures make Atlanta magical and the Fox Theatre welcomes them all. With a variety of shows to serve all communities, the Fox is the home of mesmerizing moments in entertainment.
The I Am the Fox spot “Magic” features Atlanta entrepreneur and filmmaker, Sam Herrera-Ramirez. She is a passionate advocate for the Latinx community and an ambitious creative.
Known for it's charm and glamour, our theatre has drawn in the people of Atlanta for generations. The Fox Theatre has shared its success by supporting community theatres by providing preservation grants. The Fox's advocacy for the arts is truly unstoppable.
"Unstoppable" features trailblazing journalist and entertainer, Robin Meade, national TV's longest-running female morning anchor. Just as Robin has proven her longevity in media, so too has the Fox Theatre for the arts community.
Over the past 90 years, the Fox Theatre has outlived trends, persisted through adversity, and solidified its iconic status. As a survivor, the Fox continues to remain relevant and cultivate culture in Atlanta.
In the first of the I Am The Fox commercial series, Survivor channels and celebrates the legendary history of the Fox Theatre. The story of the grassroots Save the Fox campaign of the 1970’s is brought to life in this spoken word performance.