Inside the Rehearsal Room of ‘American Mariachi’
Family, love, and tradition are at the core of a heartwarming play that hits the stage at the Alley Theatre. 'American Mariachi' opens September 22 and runs through October 22. In a time when women could not be mariachi's Luca and her cousin break the mold showing the power of music to celebrate, honor, and heal. Mel Camp takes us inside the rehearsal room of 'American Mariachi'.
Clue at KPRC 2 Studios
Friday at 3:00 p.m. on Houston Life, was it Mrs. Peacock in the newsroom with the wrench? Or Colonel Mustard in the studio with the microphone? But where was Miss Scarlet? Based on the hit movie and the classic board game, ‘Clue’ is now playing at the Alley Theatre. Director Brandon Weinbrenner and local Houston actress Michelle Elaine will join us, Friday at 3:00 p.m. on KPRC 2.
🔒 ENTER 2 WIN: Tickets to see ‘Sense and Sensibility’ at Alley Theatre
Don’t miss the timeless romantic classic, SENSE AND SENSIBILITY, at the Alley Theatre. A playful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel following the fortunes (and misfortunes) of the Dashwood sisters —sensible Elinor and sensitive Marianne. Performances March 4 – 27, 2022.
Here’s how you can watch Alley Theatre’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ performance for FREE
Houstonians can get in the Christmas spirit early thanks to a citywide gift from the Alley Theatre. In partnership with ConocoPhillips, Alley Theatre is offering Houstonians the opportunity to watch its “A Christmas Carol” performance for free. From Dec. 4 - 27, Houstonians can watch a digital production of the timeless holiday classic online. For a complete viewing experience, the Alley Theatre has created a digital program that provides cast bios, sponsor backgrounds, virtual conversations and video interviews with the cast and creative team. Click here to register to receive a private link to view the digital performance of “A Chrismas Carol.”
Alley Theatre’s annual production of ‘A Christmas Carol’ is going digital this year. Here’s how you can watch it for free
HOUSTON – The show must go on for Alley Theatre this holiday season. A digital production of “A Christmas Carol,” the timeless holiday classic by Charles Dickens, is in the works, and Houstonians can watch it for free. In a press conference Tuesday, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner joined the theater’s Artistic Director Rob Melrose to announce plans for the virtual production. This holiday season, the Alley Theatre will proudly present a *free* digital production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL! “It’s going to be a very unique, very intimate ‘Christmas Carol’ like none you’ve never seen before and its going to be special," Melrose said.
Essay: Alley Theatre associate producer on what he loves about Houstons art scene . . . and how he says Houstonians can support it
Yet we come back Houston strong every time. However, Houstons performing arts sector, including the Alley, will be reeling from the pandemic for years to come. A pandemic wont stop Houston audiences from missing their performing arts or from yearning to return to those venues. In Texas the arts support over 375,000 jobs and contribute over $46.5 billion dollars to the state. With help the performing arts will survive.