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Through his iconic work, Charles Dickens is credited with inventing the modern form of Christmas in the U.S. and England, and the Alley Theatre’s annual production of “A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story of Christmas” keeps the holiday tradition alive in Houston. “A Christmas Carol” is a magical and heartwarming story which...

When Motor City breaks down, it seems like the American Dream is breaking down with it. The Alley Theatre offers Houston audiences a glimpse into what it was like to live through the Great Recession in a Detroit automobile factory with their new show “Skeleton Crew.” Skeleton Crew is set in 2008 at the start of the...

Picasso and Einstein walk into a bar. It’s not the beginning of a punchline, it’s the start of an evening of laughter and ideas for the future over drinks. In “Picasso at the Lapin Agile,” comedian turned playwright (sic) Steve Martin shows us what might have happened if these two giants of the 20th century walked into...

A play about the making of a terrible movie makes for great entertainment. You don’t have to be a fan of the 1963 film “Antony and Cleopatra” to enjoy the Alley Theatre’s production of “Cleo.” Even Cleo’s playwright Lawrence Wright calls it a terrible movie. “Cleo” is surprisingly funny for a show about an infamous love...

NOTE: REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS Let The Right One In had a lot of expectations when it was adapted for the stage in 2013. With a bestselling novel and a critically acclaimed film already produced, the Jack-Thorne-adapted play had little room for error. But four years later and the story by John Ajvide Lindqvist has...