A Few Good Men at the Alley delivers strong performances while showing the perils of unsupervised power.
Love it or list it.
The Alley Theatre's production is funny — and forgettable.
The Houston Shakespeare Festival serves up a tragedy and a comedy in fine form.
The Landing Theatre Company is starting at the top
The Alley presents a dark and moving Christmas Carol.
You'll never look at a postage stamp the same way again
A talented playwright focuses on an oft-overlooked figure
All Wrapped Up
James Black paints a magnificent portrait of evil
Everyone's favorite grump returns
The Alley puts on a play from 1941 — and it's surprisingly youthful
Agatha Christie's memorable characters make great company
The Alley presents a rather austere production of an old warhorse
Very bad behavior and exuberant joy meet at the Alley
You'll either rave about or despise the Alley's pop adaptation of The Miser
The Pillowman will cut you to the bone
Dance through the Land of Nod at The Nutcracker
Our critic weighs in on theater around town
Old Ebenezer shakes his chains again at the Alley Theatre
Six people freed from death row tell tales of injustice in The Exonerated
Two siblings named Lincoln and Booth battle it out in Topdog/Underdog
Disaster is in the cards for two brothers named Lincoln and Booth
The Alley and the Opera tackle the same story, but the results couldn't be more different