Best Theater Season - 2003
One of the best things about the Alley Theatre's 2002-2003 season was its diversity. The productions ran the gamut from Kaufman and Hart's 1930s comedy You Can't Take It with You to Shakespeare's daunting Hamlet. Then there were the shows covering such oddball subjects as sex with goats and conspiracy theories on the Kennedy assassination. Put it all back to back, throw in a terrific company of actors, a handful of slick directors and the technical charm offered by some of the country's top designers, and you've got one hell of a season of theater.