An exceptional year brings new work and performances center stage.
A Few Good Men at the Alley delivers strong performances while showing the perils of unsupervised power.
It's no holds barred in this powerful Alley production.
Houston's theater scene offers a tasty sampler of holiday treats.
Corin Redgrave, who has been a part of Alley Theatre for years, died today at the age of 70, the Alley announced.He was the son of Sir Michael Redgrave and the brother of Vanessa and Lynn RedgraveAlley chief Gregory Boyd said of Redgrave: Corin Redgrave was one of the great theatre-artists -- a s ... More >>
The 39 Steps turns a Hitchcock drama into hilarious farce.
Who Knows Whodunit
Everyone's favorite grump returns
Agatha Christie's memorable characters make great company
Forgotten theatrical deities play on in the compelling Orson's Shadow
Dance through the Land of Nod at The Nutcracker
Old Ebenezer shakes his chains again at the Alley Theatre
Six people freed from death row tell tales of injustice in The Exonerated
At the Alley, an old man dies, and everyone's a suspect
Gregory Boyd's brave, inventive direction of Twelfth Night makes Shakespeare new again
The Alley builds a better Mousetrap
This dance festival has got the world's best ingredients
June 3 - 9, 1999
April 1-7, 1999
The Alley's Greeks is grander in notion than in execution
Inherit the Wind should be moving debate; the Alley makes it one-sided argument
A trio of takes on Dickens' classic shows why it's lasted so long
Droll and in drag, Irma Vep comes to the Alley
The Alley's Crucible gets more than it deserves, the audience less.
The Alley takes a plunge into the depths of Mississippi