Shows for Seedlings

Amphitheater Performances


Enjoy a variety of live performances from some of Atlanta’s best storytellers, puppeteers, musicians and magicians.

Scroll down below or click on a date to the left to view details about upcoming Shows for Seedings.

Every Friday at 10:30 a.m.
Every Saturday at 10:30 & 11:30 a.m.

May - September
Every Friday at 10:30 a.m.
Every Saturday at 10:30 and 11:30 a.m.

August 17th & 18th

“The Traveling Garden Variety Shoe Show” with Andrea Zoppo & Sean Conlon

The Garden Variety Show features numerous comedic and educational skits highlighting environmental lessons. Through music, storytelling and interactive elements, each show aims to instill a sense of wonder and stewardship in our natural world.


August 24th & 25th

“Imagine If!” with Betty Ann Wylie

Get ready to use your curious mind while exploring Betty Ann’s Imagination Box. You never know what you might you find and the stories those object have to share.


August 31st & September 1st

“Rosie and the Butterfly” with Cathy Kaemmerlen

This show is inspired by the parallel lives of Rosalynn Carter, former first lady, and Rosie, the monarch butterfly. With the use of puppets, costumes, and narrative, the early life of Rosalynn Smith Carter and the monarch butterflies come to life in this animated, lively, narrative show. Follow the life cycle of a monarch and learn something about Georgia’s former first lady as their lives intertwine. Learn about the Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail that begins in her hometown of Plains, GA and extends to Washington, D.C. Remember: all journeys end in the same place—Home.


September 7th, 8th, 9th

“Music InterACTION” with Michael Levine

Children and families will sing, dance, shake, laugh, wiggle & learn together as Mr. Michael gets silly with his guitar! On stage he shares his music & storytelling inspiration with children as they sing interactive songs & Pete the Cat stories together.

Sunday show is at 11:30 am & 12:30 pm


September 14th & 15th

“Magical Garden Stories by Queen Emeralda” with Kay Rosenblum

Listen to enchanting stories full of appreciation for plants and animals. These fanciful folktales and their magic will appeal to youngsters in this imaginative performance.


September 21st & 22nd

“Mr. Greg’s Musical Madness” with Greg Roth

Greg Roth, aka "Mr. Greg" from Mr. Greg's Musical Madness, delights audiences throughout the country with his joyous, interactive, fun-filled, and educational family-friendly performances. Featured on PBS, themes of his shows and live performances include: Treating People with Kindness; Environmental Awareness; Physical Fitness; and much more! Bring your sense of humor and your "jumping shoes"!


September 28th & 29th

“Scatty the Scarecrow” with Betty Ann Wylie

Soon the Garden will once again be bursting with scarecrows of all shapes, sizes and descriptions. Scatty can hardly wait! In her stories and songs you’ll encounter not only scarecrows but also possums, bears, foxes and a “Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything.”