Old Is New
Opera in the Heights’s double bill tackles #MeToo, loss of identity, and climate change.
Olivia Flores Alvarez
Even with a stellar cast, the Alley's production falls into the traps of reexamining history.
The play tells the story of the 1978 Camp David Accords, which brought peace between Egypt and Israel.
The play is the first in a trilogy being staged across over the next few weeks.
Life In Absurdity
The slice-of-life drama by Will Eno takes its audience up close and personal with existential questions about love and loss.
Two couples face the truth about mortality and illness in 'The Realistic Joneses.'
The homeless theater company continues its season downtown with Charise Castro Smith’s The Hunchback of Seville.
The Alley’s production of the buzzy new play tackling the financial industry is the second major show after New York.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
The two-person drama makes its U.S. debut at Stages Repertory Theatre.
Four centuries later, this enchanting comedy continues to delight audiences.
Stages Repertory Theatre collaborates with St. Louis's Upstream Theater in this thought-provoking play.
The complex 1970s play tackles religion, sexuality and psychological disorders.
Intricate set design and special effects help bring the frightening atmosphere of the mountain to the main stage.
Welcome to the newest, dumbest front in the mommy wars.
No Texas theater season has ever been more dramatic than the first.