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In the true spirit of Christmas, the widely renowned Houston Alley Theatre has decided to forgo their usual in-person performance of “A Christmas Carol” and has instead released a free production of the classic that is available to view online now until Dec. 27.  All audiences need to do is register on the Alley...

If you’re a theatre person like me, you’ll be looking forward to new Broadway shows every year. Every show, even old revivals, brings a new voice and relevance to the theatre world. Here’s a look into the upcoming 2020 Broadway musicals.   West Side Story Inspired by Romeo and Juliet, “West Side Story” is well...

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...

“Politics is war,” said Brandon Potter, the actor portraying 36th U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson, in the play “All the Way.” Created by playwright Robert Schenkkan, “All the Way” has won numerous awards, including a Tony Award for Best Play in 2014. “All the Way” is featured at the Alley Theatre until Feb. 21. So...