From actors to designers, directors to technicians, the city's brightest talent gets its due.
The Alley's Amadeus imagines relationship between two musicians.
Photo by Margaret DowningPaul Hope, the man from NebraskaPaul Hope was brought up Baptist and says his father is a lot like Ken Carpenter, the character Hope plays in Man From Nebraska, now being shown at Stages Repertory Theatre.The veteran Houston actor -- he used to be with Theatre Under the S ... More >>
The Alley ignites a firecracker production
James Black paints a magnificent portrait of evil
Everyone's favorite grump returns
Very bad behavior and exuberant joy meet at the Alley
A Christmas Carol dazzles and confounds in equal measure
Old Ebenezer shakes his chains again at the Alley Theatre
The Alley builds a better Mousetrap
Edward Albee tears up the Alley Theatre with his two Tony Award-winning plays
The Alley and Stages tell different sides of the Scrooge story
Peter Shaffer's Equus doesn't speak as compellingly to modern audiences
The Alley's dated Arsenic & Old Lace should take a dose of its own medicine
Gregory Boyd's fearless, farcical take on Shakespeare is no Error
Twelfth Night and The Taming of the Shrew at Miller Outdoor Theatre
Tom Stoppard's Travesties offers both
In Quills, Stages turns to the past to ask a modern question: Can censorship ever be justified?