Jay Sullivan finds the beauty in The Elephant Man.
Love it or list it.
The Alley Theatre's production is funny — and forgettable.
Wrapping up Houston's holiday shows.
Jeffrey Bean as Ebenezer Scrooge and James Belcher as Spirit of Christmas Present. The setup: The Alley Theatre adaptation of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol returns in all its theatrical splendor for the 16th time. The execution: This adaptation, by Michael Wilson, premiered at the Alley i ... More >>
The Alley's Amadeus imagines relationship between two musicians.
The Alley presents a dark and moving Christmas Carol.
Photo courtesy Alley Theatre Brandon Hearnsberger as Philo T. FarnsworthTwo people arguing over electrons, cathode rays and how much light it takes to transport a moving image across the country may not sound like a riveting evening to most people -- but they'd be pretty much wrong. For ... More >>
You'll never look at a postage stamp the same way again
All Wrapped Up
This play will frighten you even as you laugh
The Alley stages the marvelous Doubt
Very bad behavior and exuberant joy meet at the Alley
At the Alley, chivalry and honor survive in the face of horror
The Pillowman will cut you to the bone
Spider's Web is a thriller with twists and turns galore
Glengarry Glen Ross both haunts and thrills
The Underpants goes down in wild-and-crazy-guy style
Our critic weighs in on theater around town
The highbrow thespians at the Alley take on a lowbrow musical
You only live once, but not in Life (x) 3
Alley Theatre's Stones in His Pocket
The Foreigner is right at home at the Alley
Marie Jones's two-man play pits Hollywood against a tiny Irish town
The Alley and Alegría offer all-ages shows that adults will actually enjoy
There's something missing from the Alley's Frame 312
Tom Stoppard's Travesties offers both
The Nerd and Ten by Ten do little to liven up the season
The Food Chain loves the sound of its own voice; luckily, so does the audience
The Alley concocts a Blazing Shambles of its slapstick commedia dell'Tartuffe
Why theater critics get grouchy in December, and a review of the audience at 12 Steps to a More Dysfunctional Christmas