There's lots of alternatives to the same old same old this year.
The Alley Theatre's production is funny — and forgettable.
Higgins makes over Eliza, and the Alley adds its fine touch to Pygmalion in a glorious production.
Goodbye paper books, hello Facebook.
The 39 Steps turns a Hitchcock drama into hilarious farce.
The Alley Theatre offers up a humorous look at the reality behind the magic of Macy's Christmas wonderland display
From "Toil and Trouble"It's your last chance to get your Sherlock Homes fix (a seven-percent solution, naturally) as the Alley Theatre's Summer Chills production of Sherlock Holmes and the Crucifer of Blood comes to a close.The Summer Chills shows are always entertaining, and Todd Waite pretty mu ... More >>
Todd Waite as Sherlock HolmesThe Crucifer of Blood, this year's ExxonMobil Summer Chills series at the Alley Theatre is based on Arthur Conan Doyle's novel The Sign of Four which was the second novel he ever wrote about Sherlock Holmes (after A Study in Scarlet). As Hair Balls wrote ... More >>
Photo courtesy Alley TheatreThis year's ExxonMobil Summer Chills production at the Alley Theatre will be Sherlock Holmes and the Crucifer of Blood, allowing company actor Todd Waite to once again play the master detective in all his dressing-gowned splendor.The show runs Wednesday, July 15 thr ... More >>
All Wrapped Up
Move Over Scrooge: The Alley Theatres Todd Waite is the new humbug in town
The Alley puts on a play from 1941 — and it's surprisingly youthful
Hapgood tries to thrill as it educates, but comes up short
With summer's arrival, murder and mystery take the stage at the Alley
Glengarry Glen Ross both haunts and thrills
The Underpants goes down in wild-and-crazy-guy style
The highbrow thespians at the Alley take on a lowbrow musical
You only live once, but not in Life (x) 3
Gregory Boyd's brave, inventive direction of Twelfth Night makes Shakespeare new again
Alley Theatre's Stones in His Pocket
Marie Jones's two-man play pits Hollywood against a tiny Irish town
Edward Albee tears up the Alley Theatre with his two Tony Award-winning plays
The Alley becomes a vocal disciple in Shaw's morality play against religious hypocrisy
The Alley transforms Shakespeare's Dream into a surreal high-tech landscape full of hilarious butt jokes
The Alley's dated Arsenic & Old Lace should take a dose of its own medicine