Theater & Design

From Sketch to Stage: Alley Theatre's One Man, Two Guvnors

Set designer Hugh Landwehr talks recreating 1960s England in the Alley's $46.5 million remodeled space

10/02/2015 By Katricia Lang

Year in Review

Houstonia's Favorite Plays of 2014

The show did, in fact, go on.

12/18/2014 By Michael Hardy and Scott Vogel

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Review: The Old Friends Proves Good Company

Broadway veteran Betty Buckley shines in the Alley's invigorating production of 1960s-era Horton Foote dramedy.

08/21/2014 By Scott Vogel

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Review: Don't Open These Communicating Doors

Alley's production of 20-year-old Alan Ayckbourn comedic thriller is neither comic nor thrilling.

04/11/2014 By Michael Hardy

Picks

Top Things To Do This Weekend: April 11–13

Where to go, who to see, and what to do

04/09/2014 By Michael Hardy

Theater

Review: Fool Makes Fools of Us All

The Alley's production of their fifth Theresa Rebeck play proves one too many for our valiant critic.

02/28/2014 By Scott Vogel

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Review: Freud's Last Session and the Hierarchy of Bigness

An imagined conversation between Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis focuses more on metaphysics than personality.

01/30/2014 By Scott Vogel

Theater

Review: Other Desert Cities

New Alley production of Pulitzer Prize–winning play hampered by dated references, flimsy caricatures.

01/16/2014 By Michael Hardy